Friday, March 9, 2018

My Favorite Mixed Media Backgrounds Part 4









Ciao!
Dear hearts..
I have been working with these
techniques lately and 
thought it would be fun
to share them with you..


Glass Bead Gel
Drywall Tape
Fabrics
Plaster Cloth

so here is my latest video
to view..
Part 4 in the series..








I hope you enjoy the video and can use the techniques..

thank you as always for watching and reading.. 
and have a lovely weekend,
dear viewers..


xox 

10 comments:

Carol said...

These were wonderful techniques! Thanks so much for sharing!

Bleubeard and Elizabeth said...

Wonderful video, Cat. I've had a jar of those micro-beads for years and had no idea what to do with them. Bought the jar on clearance one year and have never opened it. Now I have some ideas what to do with the product.

One question. Where do you buy plaster cloth? A woman told me she was going to send me (and several swappers) some when we were in a swap together and she wanted me/us to use it on her project. Before she could send it to me, she quit the swap group and none of us got any of the cloth. I have wanted to get some but don't know any place in Wichita where I can get it. Any suggestions? I don't buy anything online because I don't have a secure computer.

Caterina Giglio said...

Hey Carol, thank you dearheart! So happy you enjoyed it!! x

Caterina Giglio said...

Hey Dr. E. thanks for watching the video... and I am so glad I chose it to use in my video, you can get it at any Micheals or Hobby Lobby or any art supply store. Have fun with it, and let me know how you like it!! x

Bleubeard and Elizabeth said...

Thank you, thank you, thank you, dear Cat. The next time I'm at either Hobby Lobby or Michaels, I will ask for plaster cloth. I am fairly certain JoAnn's doesn't carry it, but I will check there, too.

Caterina Giglio said...

Dr. E. I have never seen it at JoAnn's, but I have purchased it once at Michaels. Check it out there! x

Ruth Andre said...

Love your blog. The post today was most interesting. I loved seeing the textural supplies used. Wonderful Blog.

Caterina Giglio said...

Hi Ruth, I love your blog too!! So happy you enjoyed the post and I love to share with other artists!! Thank you!!

ELFI said...

je pense que tes explications vont aider à beaucoup d'artistes en herbe! bises

Sharmon Davidson said...

I love your videos, but have fallen behind in watching them... I think maybe tonight will be You Tube time! xoxo

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