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Monday, March 12th Prills Frills Blog Hop

Prill Frills Cards  Happy Monday and welcome to Prills Frills – the Blog Hop. Visit each blog and comment to win your choice of 6 prills colors !  Winner will be announced at USArtQuest on March 18th. Be sure to enter by Midnight on March 17th  …

 Here are three cards made with the new prills.  They are a pearl-like embellishment that you can add to give your work extra texture.

 The “spring” card was constructed by making three Easter eggs and painting them with MicaColors. Using Perfect Paper Adhesive and a small brush, designs were painted onto two of  the eggs and the Prills were added for texture. The purple egg was placed under a stencil mask,  101 Artist’s Cement was applied with a palette knife and then the Prills were added.

Paint the eggs with MicaColors
Apply Artists Cement Heavy through a Mask

 

For the Shell Card, PPA was applied to a rubber stamp and then stamped onto black card stock. The ivory Prills were added and allowed to dry before fussy cutting and then adhering to mulbery paper. A piece of twine was used to close the card.

The blue card was a direct to paper application of the PPA with a brush. This is an fun and easy technique that a child might enjoy. You could paint one large easter egg on a card with the PPA and add several colors of Prills. They are perfect for kids becuase they are non-toxic and will accept color (not that you need to because there are many colors available.

Hope you enjoyed these three ideas and you find a fun way to play with the Prills. Continue on your Blog Hop to see some other ideas and for your chance to win !

1. USArtquest

2. Terri Sproul

3. Leslie Venable

4. Becky Thackston  

5.  Ann Krier    (You are here !)

6. Sally MacDonald

7. Joe Rotella  

8. Lea Cioci

9. Kristi Van Doren

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20 thoughts on “Monday, March 12th Prills Frills Blog Hop

  1. Love the idea of adding the Prills to a card. They are a nice dimension added to the eggs… when I enlarged the picture I could see all the detail you described. Thanks for sharing.

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