Permastone New Year Card By Barbara Rankin of Altered Pages
PermaStone Casting Compound
Blue card stock
Green card stock
Altered Pages Supplies:
Very Vintage New Year collage sheet
6x6 Glitz Paper Pads (Happy Travels)
DecoArt Chalk Paint (Timeless Cream)
Art Anthology Sorbet Paint (Red Velvet)
Mica Paint Palette (Pearlescent & Metallic)
Mix'd Media Salazar Inkx (Leather)
Ranger Blending Tools
Kraft Paper Clock
I want to share a mixed media card with you today using molded
embellishments made with PermaStone Casting Compound from
ACTÍVA. This product is quite versatile and very easy to use.
I mixed the PermaStone casting compound per the
package directions and poured it into my roses and
frame molds. I got busy making multiple pieces because
I was having so much fun. The PermaStone dries pretty
quickly, in about 20-30 minutes.
When completely dry, I removed from the mold and
gave each piece a coat of glaze medium.
Next, I coated each piece with Timeless DecoArt
I painted three roses with Red Velvet Art Anthology
Sorbet paint. This paint is dimensional and thick,
and has a beautiful glitter in it. It even has a
translucency to it if painted on thinly.
I added water to a blob of burnt umber acrylic paint
Arrange and adhere the leaves with the red molded roses,
as shown. Aleene's Tacky Glue works really well for holding
everything in place.
Here are a few more close-ups of the card.