Tuesday, April 24, 2018

The Bakery: 3

It has been so exciting to see what all you creative people out there are doing with Baked Texture, my new embossing powder for artists from Emerald Creek. My hope with these powders was that people would find non-traditional ways to use them. And you haven't disappointed. Here are some of the beauties I have come across online this week. Click each link to see more...


Jenny used Chunky Rust to create this textural tag. And in the technique video that follows, she shows how to use Tim Holtz's new Distress Resist Spray to create the effect.


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Autumn used a variety of products to achieve this rusty surface, including Chunky Rust Baked Texture on the doily underneath her flowers.


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Patricia added both Ancient Amber and Vintage Beeswax into the background of this incredible Mixed media piece. 


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Linda created the most beautiful surfaces on a series of tags using Vintage Beeswax, Ancient Amber, Patina Oxide, Chunky Rust and Rocky Road.


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Nikki used Patina Oxide Baked Texture to create a textural and dimensional frame around the edge of this rusty and crusty piece.


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Have a look at this dimensional, textural, and layered background that Amanda created with Patina Oxide, Deep Sea, Ancient Amber, Dirty Sand and Chunky Rust. 


She also used Vintage Beeswax on the center circle focal point.

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12 comments:

Kim Collister said...

Seth,
these are amazing. Yep,I can see I'm gonna have to get me some!!
Thanks for the creative share!

Jenny Marples said...

Thank you so much for sharing Seth! Totally drooling over the other projects in your post. We don't associate much texture and depth with embossing powders traditionally - you have really re-imagined them and re-invigorated my love for embossing. So many thanks for sharing your genius with us all x

Patricia Lintner said...

Thank you so much Seth for sharing these wonderful works of art! These embossing powders are like no other and I love to see the various ways artists are using them!

Craft Addicts - Tracy Evans said...

Wonderful projects, amazing texture and attention to detail. Thanks for showcasing Seth. ❤️❤️

Ann Barnes said...

So much amazing talent being shared, this is wonderful inspiration as well as eye candy!

craftytrog said...

Wonderful inspiration Seth! I now have some Patina Oxide to play with :-)

Tristan Robin Blakeman said...

What a plethora of engaging and beautiful work ... all of them unique and fully individual. All of the finished pieces are intriguing, but I must say, that piece by
Amanda Pink would be quite easy to live with every day!
Thanks for gathering these special works to share!

Linda M. Cain said...

These projects are so amazing. Thanks so much for including my simple tag. Always an honor to be on your blog.

A Pink said...

Thanks a million , Seth for featuring my 'baked art! Its a real honour , not only to be featured on your blog but to be sat amongst so many talented artists who have all baked amazing projects.
Your baked textures ROCK!
x

A Pink said...

Much appreciated thanks Tristan for your kind words x

Jackie P Neal said...

Wow these pieces are gorgeous! Everyone created such fine works, so different and really highlighting your powders!
Jackie ")

Autumn Clark - SewPaperPaint said...

Seth, I have been craving chunky EPs for so long and am sooooo happy that it was you who brought the trend back to life! Your colors are amazing and so easy to work with. I love this new product and am honored to be featured here among the greats. :)