It’s June, so we go green 🙂 We hope you will enjoy our newest Art Recipe.
Our new visual moodboard consists of:
– 4 products to choose from – they are shown on the right
– colour palette – right next to the products and each colour has their own circle
– and visual inspiration in a form of several beautiful images.
It is easy to remember – things in circles are the core of the challenge (colours and products) and things in squares/rectangles are only a visual inspiration to help you get creative juices flowing.
Just to make sure, you are all well informed, we would like to let you know, that challenges will be going live each second Sunday of the month. So please do not be surprised, that Inlinkz is closed the day before. Please keep that in mind planning you are entering the challenge 🙂 because we love your projects so much and we do not want to lose any of them!
The rules are very simple. Each challenge consists of a colour palette and products. You need to stick to the colour palette and use at least 2 of the products listed in a challenge.
Products to choose from:
Jewel Effect Paste
The colours: lime green, deep green, pistachio
If the products on your project are not easy to recognize, please add in description information, where exactly we can see them.
Challenge is open till July, 9th. The winner will be invited to be Guest Designer on our blog.
This month Guest Designer is eMKa
Hi, my name is Magda, on social media you may know me as eMKa. I am very happy to be the Guest Designer for the new Art Recipe challenge. This month’s colors are totally not my thing because there’s green, but I will try to take on the challenge.
For this color palette, I decided to decorate my Art Journal Pages.
I used green Liquid, gold jewel paste, green and silver waxes, as well as silver glitter and other products in the colors provided. I filled the empty spaces with patterns from the stencil.
I hope you like it.
Thank you for the invitation!
Have a nice day!
Hello creative friends! June Art Recipe inspired me to create a mixed media panel I called City Legends. The starting point for my fantasy was a fish from Nautical Tissue paper. I absolutely love this month’s moodboard! I do love the green colour and that is why it was interesting for me to combine different shades of this colour in one project.
Products I have used:
961459 Art Basics – Heavy Gesso – Black 968199 Finnabair Tissue Paper – Nautical 961435 Art Basics – Soft Gloss Gel 968267 Art Alchemy – Liquid Acrylic – Lime Green 967802 Art Alchemy – Metallique – Dragonfly 965112 Art Alchemy – Metallique – Golden Moss 964610 Art Alchemy – Impasto Paint – Bottle Green 961398 Art Basics – 3D Matte Gel 961503 Art Extravagance – Texture Paste – White Crackle 969066 Art Alchemy – Antiquing Wax – Sepia 963965 Art Alchemy – Metallique Wax – Aged Brass 964023 Art Alchemy – Metallique Wax – Bronze Age 968717 Art Alchemy – Matte Wax – Sage Leaves 967338 Art Alchemy – Liquid Acrylic – Umber
Ahead of us is another Art Recipe inspired by our design team. This time green is in the foreground and although I rarely use this colour, I really wanted to create this Project.
I love decorating canvases and my collection is constantly growing. This time, I chose metal flowers from Finnabair, a few Clay elements and Art. Pebbles of different sizes. I glued the all elements together with Heavy Body Gel and dried it. Then I applied a thin layer of Clear Gesso.
For the first layer of colour, I used the Old Walls texture pastes in a beautiful shade of green and beige. These pastes, in addition to great colour, have particles in them and leave a structure.
Next, I used several paints from the Liquid Acrylic Paint series in the following colours: Avocado Green, Lime Green and Black Ink. In the end, I also gently whitened the whole canvas for a better effect. Finally, green glitter particles from the Spring set.
Have a nice Day,
Products I have used:
967321 Art Alchemy – Liquid Acrylic – Avocado Green 968267 Art Alchemy – Liquid Acrylic – Lime Green 967345 Art Alchemy – Liquid Acrylic – Ink Black 966034 Art Extravagance – Texture Fantasy – Old Walls 961466 Art Basics – Gesso – Clear 961442 Art Basics – Heavy Gesso – White 963040 Art Basics – Heavy Body Gel 968489 Finnabair Mechanicals – Desert Flowers 967154 Finnabair Mechanicals – Woodland Ferns 968618 Finnabair Mould – Vintage Portraits 969103 Art Ingredients – Glitter Set – Spring 963323 Art Ingredients – Melange – Art Pebbles
The crazy colours of June’s art recipe motivated me to play with art journal. I decided not to set myself an ambitious goal and just enjoy the process of creation.
This is how I came up with my crazy green stripes that I created using True Emeralds jewel paste and Lime Green liquid acrylic paint. I sprinkled glitter on the flowers and added some metallic embellishments. Of course I couldn’t resist splashing my project at the end.
Products I have used:
968267 Art Alchemy – Liquid Acrylic – Lime Green 967321 Art Alchemy – Liquid Acrylic – Avocado Green 964511 Art Alchemy – Impasto Paint – Snow White 968717 Art Alchemy – Matte Wax – Sage Leaves 969035 Art Extravagance – Jewel Effect Paste – True Emeralds 969103 Art Ingredients – Glitter Set – Spring
967918 Finnabair Stencil – Dandelions 967109 Finnabair – Mechanicals – Machine Parts 967093 Finnabair – Mechanicals – Hardware Accents 963392 Finnabair – Mechanicals – Barn Stars
1. Create a project with our colour scheme and 2 products from the 4 listed at the beginning of this blog
2. If any products are not well visible on the project, please leave the information on where to find them on your project in the description on your blog
3. Enter using Inlinkz below.
Finnabair June 2022 Art Recipe (Scroll to the bottom)
Challenge will be closed on July, 9th. The lucky winner will be announced by the end of June.
We hope you feel inspired and we can’t wait to see your projects
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