I was so excited for the galaxy tumbler sleeve I did yesterday that I made another one. This time I added more blues and used more white acrylic paint to depict the stars.
I am pleased with the outcome of my experiments from the tutorials that I followed. It was a wonderful opportunity to learn and play at the same time. This week I’ll be using the first galaxy sleeve and see if my favorite baristas will like it. I hope they do.
For the longest time, I wanted to make another tumbler sleeve, today is a wonderful day to make one. I chose a galaxy theme from the the blog tutorial from Jana of Tangled Pen and you tube videos of Ana Victoria Calderon . Thank you ladies for those tutorials.
Here is the full spread of my galaxy.
And this is how it looks inside my 8 oz. Starbucks tumbler.
Happy weekend everyone!
I think the mark making/doodle theme over at the Academy had hit me big time. In between creating for facebook group projects to personal projects this is what’s been making me more crazy.
Its been quiet a while since I designed a new tumbler insert to grace my beloved Starbucks tumbler. This is the kind of in between project I do to relax my mind or if I am waiting for another project to dry or if I do not know what to do but wanted to create something. This tumbler art thing is the best go to art activity for me to date.
I played with inktense blocks with a lot of sprayed water for the background with Kelly Panacci funky flowers stamp and Stampotique hanging hearts stamp. Colored the flowers with gel pens and added small circle doodles all around the insert.
Below is a collaged 360 view of the insert I did with an app called photogrid.
I would be bringing my tumbler when we visit our third place again this coming Sunday and hope to make my favorite barista smile.
Do you have an in between project?