On Sunday December 5th the Helmar Design Team will be having a holiday blog hop. I have been invited to take part as a guest artist. I am really excited about the project and tutorial (of course) that I plan to share, a fun luminary project.
To be a little bit of a tease, I thought I would share some images of a few other luminaries using the same technique. I normally share lots of project details, but this time I am saving them for the big post on the 5th. Until then, I will be sharing a finished example each day until the 5th when I finish off with the holiday themed luminary and instructions.
The scene is created with alcohol inks on acrylic.
The border is a thin metal die cut with the Tim Holtz On the Edge Townscape die.
The base and light inside is a Febreze Luminary.
I love how this one looks both lit and unlit. With the light off you can see the colors a bit more clearly, with green behind the house. Just above the trees there is a clear space and then yellows and blues mixed together for the sky.
Be sure and check back tomorrow when I share a really elegant version using the Paint Dabber reverse stamping technique I shared last week.