Angela | Vino Decor

IMG_6273[1]Hi painting friends! It's me again, Angela Anderson! Let's have some fun painting with ColourArte Radiant Rain Color Concentrated Daubers! Of course when I think of daubers, I think of grapes! So, grapes it is! This project features amazing products and not only fun things from ColourArte, but some great tools from Rebecca Baer®, Inc. and Gina's Designs!

Vino Supply List:
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Rebecca Baer Stencil 

Rebecca Baer®, Inc. Supplies:

Radiant Rain Color Concentrate (Daubers)
  • Solar Gold 
  • Blue Ice 
  • Mallard 
  • Copper 
  • Jasper Red 
  • Nutmeg 
  • Passion Fruit 
  • Poppy
Radiant Rain Shimmering Mist 
    Colorarte | Radiant Rain
  • Gold Pearl
Gina's Designs Supplies:
Dynasty Brushes
  • 1/2" Flat (gold synthetic) 
  • #6 Round (white synthetic)
Painting Surface
    Watercolor Paper
  • 9" x 12" 
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    Gina Designs | Grapevines
  •  6.5" x 9"
  • 3" x 3" Ivory 
  • 1.5" x 2.5" Ivory cut with a decorative border 
  • 2 - 3" x 3" pieces to create a riser for the foreground
Other Supplies: 
  • Water Basin
  • Paper Towels
  • Standard Fineline Applicator (filled with glue) 
  • Stampendous Lux Mica and Glitter Mix
  • DecoArt Decou-Page, Glamour Dust, 
  • Gesso 
  • Eye Dropper 
  • Empty Mister (to make Mallard mixture) 
  • Heat Gun (optional) 
  • Old brush for glue 

Preparation: Shake daubers before use.

Background: Refer to video instructions (below) throughout. For the smaller watercolor background, cover with Solar Gold working from the top left to the center of the page. Dilute 4 parts water to 1 part Mallard in a mister and spritz background. Using a 1/2" Flat brush, blend colors. Add Blue Ice and Copper. Mist with Gold Pearl Shimmering Mist. Allow to dry. Using the grape vine chip boards, Place them on the background and create shadow leaves by misting with diluted Mallard.

For the larger watercolor background, place the grape vine chip boards all about the page spritzing with diluted Mallard and Gold Pearl Shimmering Mist. Using Jasper Red, Nutmeg, Solar Gold and Copper, hit the background firmly to get a splattered grape. You can allow to dry or move the paint around with a heat gun.

Use Wine and Roses around the edge of the smaller background and Copper around the large background.

Large Chip Board Grape Vine: While the backgrounds dry, prepare your large focal vine by covering with dabs of color: Copper, Nutmeg, Solar Gold, Wine and Roses. Spritz with diluted Mallard. Allow to dry. Using an old brush, cover vine with Decou-Page and cover with Gold Lux Mix.
Leaves: On the smaller background, dab on Nutmeg and with a dampened 1/2" Dynasty brush, paint grape leaves. Add Mallard to painted leaves and then paint additional leaves using Mallard. Add a few dab splatters using Mallard, Copper and Wine and Roses.

Grapes: Using the daubers in a dab and twist motion alternate the following colors to paint grapes: Wine and Roses, Copper, Passion Fruit, Poppy, Solar Gold.
Dragonfly Embellishment: Secure the RB Dragonfly Fantasy Stencil | ST-607 to a 3 x 3 piece of ivory cardstock with painter's tape. Use the RB Artiste™ Stenciler 2 loaded with varying shades of Solar Gold, Wine and Roses, Copper and gently rotate the stenciler to create the dragonfly embellishment. Spritz with diluted Mallard and Gold Pearl Shimmering Mist. While wet, sprinkle with Glamour Dust. Use Copper to outline edge
Vino Embellishment: Outline small piece of cardstock (with creative border) with Wine and Roses. Use a #6 round brush loaded with Wine and Roses to paint the word "Vino." Spritz with diluted Mallard.

 Assemble the remainder of your project following the layout in the picture. Use the Fineline Standard Tip Applicator to apply the glittered vine. If desired, use #6 round brush loaded with varying colors to outline your leaves and grapes. Fold 2 3 x 3 pieces of cardstock to create a dimensional stand for the foreground as shown on the video. Secure with double-stick tape or glue. Adhere the top piece to the bottom piece.


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