Tuesday, September 15, 2015

Pebeo Prisme Fantasy Paint

I love texture! I especially love texture that's easy to achieve...I'm lazy like that...heehee

When I first discovered Pebeo Fantasy paint I instantly fell in love with it...
I mean all you do is apply it and let it dry.As it dries it creates this yummy crater effect.Last year I used it on some chip board puzzle pieces(the pieces had to be sealed first so that the paint would not sink into the chipboard) and I loved the way they came out and was fortunate enough to get them published. The blue one always reminds me of Van Gogh's Starry Night. 


Recently I started working on some Tombstones for a swap with Retro Cafe. I made these about for different ways and I just wasn't happy with any of them. Then I thought about the Pebeo. So I turned my tombstones over and added one color of paint,then dropped in smaller drops of another color. Then I took a toothpick and gently swirled the paint around. I just loved the way the came out.


When they dried,I added a wonderfully wicked image of Mr Poe, some of his words and black chipboard cut outs.Then I sealed it completely with Modge Podge. Lastly, I covered all the pieces in Clear cast and sprinkled on star glitter and micro beads. 


Simple,but full of yummy texture! 


I loved the pebeo paint effect so much that I did again, but this time I used a Flaming Heart Shrine and made it the focal in a new journal.




Gotta love easy peasy texture.

Retro Cafe Products I used in this tutorial:
and my new favorite tool

"Long ago God drew a circle in the sand exactly around the spot where you are standing right now. You were never not coming here. This was never not going to happen.” — Elizabeth Gilbert

Here's to making every minute count,

5 comments:

Katalina Jewelry said...

I always love learning from your experiences Cat! I've never heard of this paint but it certainly looks like it would be fun to use!

Carolyn Dube said...

Cat- this is beyond stunning- love that you just flipped it over and added the Pebeo!

Lupe Meter said...

Awesome creations!! I have some of those Pebeo Paints...just have to find the time to try them out on polymer clay! You are so creative as usual!!

Sherry said...

Just found your blog and I love what I see! I've never heard of the Pebeo paints before. Excited to get my hands on some and give them a try. Thank you for sharing and looking forward to your next post!!!
Sherry
Wild Burr Designs

lynnesbowsandbelles said...

Gorgeous effect with those paints, which I have heard of but never tried because I wasn't convinced about them, you are making me have a re-think.
As always, inspirational.
Wishes
Lynne