Wednesday, June 18, 2014

The "Inside" Scoop

I am excited to be a guest designer on the PaperArtsy blog. PaperArtsy is a UK-based company that manufacturers rubber stamps, designer paper, and paint/paint-related products. But they are so much more including a community that is represented online by a blogYouTube channel, Twitter feed, and Pinterest boards.


Head on over to their blog for a step-by-step tutorial on how I combined PaperArtsy products (including Fresco Finish Paint, Grunge Paste, and rubber stamps) and my stencils from StencilGirl Products to create Inside. The tutorial includes three different stenciling techniques. While you are there, take a look around. And stay tuned for another guest project from me in August.

7 comments:

Darcy UK said...

Huge thanks Seth for joining us this evening with a brilliantly,inspired piece.

Living to work - working to live said...

Seth - hello and it's a small world in mixed media!!

This is the comment I left with Paperartsy.

Love this!! I've used texture paper before to great effect for printing on fabric ( a long story involving City and Guilds) and for all in the UK if you pop down to B&Q and peruse the wallpaper aisles, you will find the textured wallpaper also known as Anaglypta. At my local branch you can get samples of this wallpaper, small pieces about half a metre long. Ideal to make stamps such as this!

Jo Murray said...

Your CV must be about a mile long Seth....congratulations.

Sue Marrazzo said...

ALL the Best, Seth!
I will check it out.

isisimaginings.com said...

It was great to see you on the PA blog last night & your project is fantastic.

~Rasz~ said...

You really make it around don't you, lol. Sounds like being a guest designer was fun and "Inside" is very cool. Going to check out their blog.

JackieP Neal said...

You are all over! How cool to see you at PA!! I love their products- stamps especially- and your art is perfect for using their stuff! Congrats to you Seth!!