Create Art- Paint Palette OTP- with the Flying Unicorn September Kit

The Flying Unicorn Mixed Media Kit comes with a fun artist palette and brushes. 
I loved it so much that I decided to alter it.

I put the brushes aside and then primed the palette with gesso.
Then I started adding many different colours around it. I used Derwent Art Bars, Gelatos and Color Bloom sprays to colour each area. Finally I added texture using modelling paste and one of the new Prima Stone stencils. I also added some circular paint marks randomly in the background.
After all the mediums were dry, I aded some chipboard pieces (Prima’s Bloom collection), Prima flowers (which were sprayed in matching colours) and old paint brushes from my stash.

The black art title came from an old set of chipboard alphabet.

Artist Palette- Flying Unicorn Kit
Derwent Art Bars
Chipboard: Pirma Bloom collection
Chipboard Alpha: SEI
Prima: Finnabair Art Basics Modeling paste
Prima Finnabair Art Basics white gesso
Farber Castell Gelatos
Prima stone stencil
Prima’s Color Bloom sprays
Prima’s Ingvild Bolme chalk edger: black coal
13 Arts white paint
paint brushes
Staze-on black
Prima stamp
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  • Reply Lizzyc September 7, 2014 at 6:31 am

    Looks wonderful!! such a lot of yummy texture too.

  • Reply Astrid Maclean September 7, 2014 at 6:57 am

    What a fun idea, love the finished result!

  • Reply mamablitger September 8, 2014 at 5:16 am

    Wow… Exciting palette with fab texture and pretty colors.
    Thanks for sharing.
    Hugs from Monica… Spain

  • Reply Jaya Raghuvanshi September 9, 2014 at 6:36 am

    Outstanding! Awesome transformation! Love the loads of textures.. Fabulous creation!

  • Reply Francine September 12, 2014 at 6:07 pm

    Hi Keren. Love this! It is so, so, pretty. I looked for that Palette on the Flying Unicorn, but I could not find it. Are they not selling it anymore? 🙂

  • Reply Eila Sandberg September 17, 2014 at 7:41 pm

    This is so cool n' artsy n' just full of yummie textures! LOVE it Keren! xoxo

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