I started by randomly applying strips of paper to the corrugated cardboard. Then I randomly applied gesso in places. After the gesso was pretty much dry I took a stencil and applied paint. I would use one color with the stencil and then move the stencil and do another color. I wasn't trying to stencil the actual pattern. After the paint was dry I used a couple of green markers with my airbrush. I love the result I got
For my flowers I took wooden pieces by Calico Studio and airbrushed them. Then I glued a gem in the center. For my stems I used a chenille stem which I also airbrushed since it was originally white,
As I said in my last post the eBrush twinchie challenge ends Sunday. It was fun to see what I could do with such a small size and to try new things. Who knew that ordinary corrugated cardboard could turn out so pretty.
Wishing you Happy Frugal Crafting till we meet again!