Feb 28, 2010

Lil Prim Portrait

I'm loving my day in the studio. It's peaceful and fun. I'm putting in a hard day of play. LOL I had made a littl "prairie portrait" for a prim friend. She liked it so much, I had to make 3 more. Her sister, sister-in-law and friend had to have one. Giggle. They were so fun I had make another for ebay. Pictured in my ebay offering. I have to get the frame yet. It's been another busy week, in a string of them. So I got directly out of bed and headed to the studio with a big mug of hot coffee. It doesn't get any better than that. I got my artsy head going and a way I went. I love when I get an idea and things go fast and good.
I'm loving the Plaid Modge Podge matte, it's perfect for my prim stuff. FolkArt's One Step Crackle is awesome. I won't use any thing else. You can see the crackle on the pictured portrait. It's as subtle as you want, or thicker and bolder. It's a perfect product with a little practice. I top with FolkArt antique medium. When completly dry. I use a top coat of matte varnish or bees wax. I don't use glass on my prairie portrait frames.


Tolentreasures said...

Very, Very nice! Great job on that, I love it!


Catherine said...

Hi PammyJo, Thanks so much for joining in my Feb. celebrate your Muse blog party - it was fun to see what inspires us all! I've posted a link to your blog here:

Coralie Cederna Johnson said...

I'm so glad you came to visit...I do love your blog so much and was so happy to hear from you! Your Prairie Portrait is beautiful...I love the colors! Have a great day in your studio...HUGS, Coralie

Linda said...

This is delightful Pammyjo...and good that you enjoyed the process so much! The dark background works really well.

The Dreaming Bear said...

Hello from Iowa! Thanks for visiting my blog! Love your work too! And love the pics of your little munchkin! Too cute! Glad to meet you!