Wednesday, 22 April 2015

Bleeding Art Tissue Technique and a Donna Downey Stencil

Hello  ... just a very quick post tonight, to share this 10 x 8 Canvas with you .
Once again its the ''Bleeding Art Tissue'' technique.  See my You Tube Video Here. 
 

I think you know by now, how much I enjoy using this technique. I've used a few other stencils, along with some Aquawax (as a resist) and Distress inks, for the background layers, before placement of the main, Poppy image.


The Bleeding Art Tissue is from Amazon UK and the Donna Downey Stencil, Poppy Forest, is available from Oyster Stamps. 


Thanks for looking today .
Back soon
Eileen x

22 comments:

  1. Oooooooo lurve this Eileen, gorgeous xx

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  2. wonderful card. I love it.
    Bye Ballie (Bennarda)

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  3. Missed your resist techniques using Aquawax. I shall have to see if I can find a video about it. Beautiful colours and that stencil is fabulous. xx Margaret Col.

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    1. Maggie you are not alone, I missed it also x

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  4. beautiful Eileen - need to find time to watch your video as the results are brilliant xx

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  5. Another stunning masterpiece Eileen. I think I need to take the time and watch this video.

    Sue xx

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  6. This is beautiful Eileen. I watched your You Tube video which is really excellent thanks for sharing your talents x

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  7. Beautiful......just beautiful! Love it xx

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  8. Another beauty Eileen and love the colours. Will look on Amazon for the tissue. x

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  9. Love the pieces, Eileen! I've checked on Amazon for the art tissue. There are a couple of brands. Could you tell me what brand you used in the video and on these samples?? Thanks!

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  10. Cor blimey, Mrs, You have done it again. Fab U Lous darling x

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  11. OOOH I like this one EVEN MORE than the last one! FANTASTIC Matey.

    Hugs, Sarn xxx

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  12. This is so pretty Eileen - I love the way you have created the layers too. Wonderful!!!

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  13. SO pretty! I have been using bleeding paper to color paper before, but then more randomly, just tearing pieces off... good idea!

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  14. Striking! Haven't gotten the tissue paper to try this yet, but I plan to. Really enjoyed the technique video, and still going back to rewatch the Brusho techniques again too. Thanks for such grand inspiration! Hugs

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  15. Amazing designed, Im excited!
    Lieve groetjes Anja

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  16. Linda, I believe Eileen mentioned eslewhere that she uses Spectra tissues.

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  17. Simply beautiful!!!! I just discovered this technique while searching for a topic for my garden club program. I started playing around with the tissue on a canvas panel and a floral stencil using ink dye. BUT, since I am really not familiar with stenciling, the ink bled under the stencil. I am using a spouncer (?)How do you get yours so crisp?

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  18. Thank you for the kind comments Lauren x I used a round blending tool and Black Archival ink... After taping the stencil firmly down onto the canvas, I build up the layers of black ink very carefully using a gentle dabbing movement... taking my time and going over and over until the image was very dark ... E xxx

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