Pam Bray Designs: A Girl With Flair

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

Hi everyone!!! I hope you have had a wonderful time this week hopping along with the Stampendous Design Team using Andy Skinner’s excited stamps along with fabulous paint, paste, and other medias from DecoArt Media.

Base coat board randomly with yellow, red and teal; dry. 
Apply Weathered Wood; dry. 
Paint with Crackle Paint; dry. 
Paint over prepared canvas with wash of Persian Blue Hue; dry.
 Stipple sides and edges with stencil brush. 
Stamp image and sentiment on film with black paint; dry. 
Fussy cut images out. 
Place on canvas. 
Apply matte finish over top of prepared canvas; dry. 
Lay stencil on prepared canvas; apply red paint using stencil brush. Dry. 
Lay stencil on prepared canvas; apply gesso using palette knife. Dry. 

Apply matte finish over top of prepared canvas; dry. 


Stampendous Supplies:
ASRS08 Skuldoggery
DMLX7026 Chevron Stencil
DMLJ913 Houndstooth Stencil
Dreamweaver Palette Knife (DPK)
Dreamweaver Stencil Brush

Other Supplies:
Masters Touch 5″ x 7″ Gesso Board
DecoArt Media Paint: Primary Yellow, Cadmium Red Hue, Cobalt Teal Hue, Persian Blue Hue, Crackle Paint
Americana Weathered Wood
Americana Ultra Matte Varnish
Ranger Frosted Film
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15 thoughts on “Skulldoggery 5" x 7" Mixed Media Canvas DecoArt Media Blog Hop with Stampendous!

  1. Unknown says:

    Yes – it's been REALLY fun seeing all the DecoArt/Andy YUMMINESS on the STAMPENDOUS blog hop – YEAH!!! And your creation is AWESOME too Pam. My favorite part is that you used stencils to enhance the stamps. But that you didn't make the stencils precise – love the grunginess!! SUPER FUN! Xj.

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  2. Unknown says:

    The crackle paint perfectly enhances your image. Beautiful!

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  3. Jean says:

    Such fun! You guys have rocked it this week!

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  4. Totally awesome! I absolutely love this fun and eerily spooky piece! This collaboration has been so much fun! TFS!

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  5. JPScraps says:

    Terrific canvas! The crackle definitely adds to the 'fear' factor.

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  6. I love a crackle finish and it's perfect with the skull. Great piece of art!

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  7. I have to get the crackle paint out andplay with it again. The skull makes a fierce-looking piece. The crackle really adds to the feel ofold.thanks for sharing.

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  8. sharon g says:

    The crackle paint looks really cool on this project. I just love this whole project.

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  9. Fabulous project. TFS

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  10. He's lookin' pretty scary on that awesome background you made!

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  11. Amy Martin says:

    This is such a cool canvas. I really love the background and how it turned out. Awesome job Pam!!!

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  12. Jackie P says:

    Spectacular canvas! I love the use of the crackle paint. Thanks for sharing!

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  13. Jackie PN says:

    Wow Pam! What a great piece! Love me some crackle!Jackie \”)

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  14. BethW says:

    You know I love it. The crackle is the perfect touch.

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  15. Sabrina says:

    Absolutely amazing!!

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