Pam Bray Designs: A Girl With Flair

Sharing creative ideas through mixed media, stamps, embossing powder, charms, chipboard, stencils and designer collections

 Are you ready for a little bit of mix media fun today!!!
WELL …
I am sharing with you a fun bangle I created using DecoArt Media. 
SO…
Grab a bangle!!!
AND…
Your fabulous mixed media paints from DecoArt Media!!!
 Begin by first painting your bangle and beads with a good coating of White Gesso. 
Allow to dry completely.
 Mix a bit of Titanium White to Yellow Oxide. 
Dry brush mixture to bangle and beads with flat brush. 
Allow to dry.
 Mix Titanium White and Pyrrole Red to create a pink hue. 
Dry brush on bangle and beads with flat brush. 
Allow to dry.
 Stamp bangle with background stamp and Carbon Black paint. 
Allow to dry completely.
 Attach prepared beads to bangle with glue. 
Allow the glue to dry completely before proceeding. 
Dry brush Quincridone Red to bangle.
Dry completely.
 Using Metallic Gold and round brush, paint line work around edge of bangle. 
Stipple with stencil brush with Metallic Gold. 
Allow to dry completely.
 Apply English Red Oxide Antiquing Cream to prepared bangle.
Whipping off here and there with wet one.
 Using a fine tip Sharpie add line work. 
Dot the bangle and beads with Carbon Black and stylus. 
Allow to dry completely. 
 Seal with Satin Varnish. 
Allow to dry completely.
 I hope you enjoyed my quick and easy Mixed Media Bangle!!!
Try making a few for gifts or for yourself. 
Enjoy!!!
Pam
DecoArt Media Supplies:
Other Supplies:
Bangle 
Stampendous Toxic Stamp Set
Bead Gallery Beads
Beacon Zip Dry
Round and Flat Brush
Fine Black Sharpie
Wet Ones
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6 thoughts on “Mixed Media Bangle with DecoArt Media

  1. Unknown says:

    So unique and fun Pam. Loved reading your step by step. Andy's toxic stamp looks so great on your bracelet. Like your line work too – so cute! Great colors! So fun seeing how each of you have created so many different designs. 🙂 Thanks bunches for such a treat. j.

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  2. Vicki says:

    Pam, this is gorgeous! Wow, what a fabulous MM project you had created. Lots of different techniques and amazing colors too!! Do you need my address?

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  3. Candy C says:

    Absolutely love your bangle! A great tutorial as well. Wonderful pictures of your steps. I think I NEED one of these!

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  4. Stampendous says:

    Ooooo, this is gorgeous! It's a great idea for a mother's day bracelet and tailor it to the colors and style she will LOVE! Thank you for sharing Stampendous Andy Skinner stamps on your project!

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  5. Redanne says:

    Absolutely beautiful Pam! I placed my vote for you! Hugs, Anne xx

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  6. maria soto says:

    just beautiful!!

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