Sunday, June 24, 2012

Mixed Media @ Webster's Pages

From Webster's Pages Blog ;) 

" Jaz Lee often does "off the page" type projects, and we often gasp when we see them! Here, Jaz is turning junk into art by starting with a recycled box as her base: 

Believe it or not, Jaz prepared the box for altering in five simple steps:
Step One: Layer tissue paper all over the box 
Step Two: Apply Mod Podge. Then gesso.
Step Three: Mist with mask. Then mist the top of the board till its wet enough to drip down.
Step Four: Randomly add glitter.
 
 
But it's Step Five where she really shines! 
Step Five: Embellish using cutouts from Webster's Pages papers and products from Webster's Pages. You could stare at these photos for hours and still not see everything there is to see here. Wow! "

Sincere Thank you D&K for your gorgeous photo.
Hope you like the gift ;) 
Thank you for dropping by.
love,
jaz

8 comments:

Desire Fourie said...

This is beautiful and so creative. Love everything about it.
Hugs
Desíre
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Doing Life

Tina Connolly said...

Wow, what an amazing creation. You are so talented girl!

sandi said...

Wow Jaz this is just amazing! Wow!!!!!!! Love everything about it!

pattyo said...

Beautiful gift!

Spiritoso said...

DaeBak ! (in korean means AWESOME!)
Lovely work Jaz ! Been following your work , and so proud of your growth ! such an inspiration!Saranghae !

Tina Jin said...

Hi Jaz,

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Tina

Keely Yowler said...

I love your beautiful art, Jaz! I want to jump on a plane to Singapore to create with you :)

LindaBrun said...

Beautiful and very creative.