From Assemblage Art to Flaming Hearts, Create These 9 Projects with Sandra Evertson’s Relics and Artifacts

Relics and Artifacts Projects collageRelics and Artifacts are extremely versatile. Whether you’re creating a necklace or a piece of mixed-media art, Relics and Artifacts pair well with a wide variety of materials. Create something modern, or age the matte resin pieces for instant vintage glamour. From flaming hearts to wearable pieces of assemblage art, make a statement with these projects from The Studio using our best-selling selection of Relics and Artifacts.

1.  Rusted Steampunk Heart Project

 Rusted Steampunk Heart Project

Create this rusted steampunk heart with a match made in heaven — Finnabair’s rust paste and Relics and Artifacts. Finnabair’s rust paste pairs perfectly with the old-fashioned motifs, plus it creates a realistic rusted look that makes everything look worn and antiqued.

Click here for a closer look.

2. Dreamer of Dreams by Relics & Artifacts Ambassador Wendy Morris-Saponaro

Dreamer of Dreams Project by Relics and Artifacts Ambassador Wendy Morris-Saponaro

Relics and Artifacts fit seamlessly with PaperWhimsy’s Amazing Alterables to create a three-dimensional piece of assemblage art that is bursting with personality.

Click here for a closer look.

3. Rising Spirit Relics and Artifacts Project

 Rising Spirit Relics and Artifacts Project

Add some metallic touches and make a futuristic piece of art with Dina Wakley’s paints. This Rising Spirit project can be used as an ornament, necklace, or even a gift topper.

Click here for a closer look.

4. Take Flight Necklace by Sandra Evertson

 Take Flight Necklace Relics and Artifacts Project by Sandra Evertson

Sandra Evertson, creator of Relics and Artifacts, lends her artistic eye for this necklace using the Milagros and Rising Spirit II sets. The metallic paint adds a subtle shine, while maintaining the look of age on the piece.

Click here for a closer look.

 

5. Relic Castings Statement Necklace by Christen Hammons

Relic Castings Statement Necklace by Christen Hammons

Wear your heart on your sleeve, or should I say around your neck, with this statement necklace by Christen Hammons. In just a few steps, create a bold piece with vivid colors and vintage accents.

Click here for a closer look.

 

6. Perspectives and Whimsies Canvas

Perspectives and Whimsies - Relics and Artifacts Project

Relics and Artifacts blend perfectly with other piece of mixed-media art, too. Take a few pieces for a mixed-media canvas, or pair them with chipboard embellishments. These pieces from the Regalis collection get a funky makeover when paired with bright acrylic paints, metallic touches, and smooth gelatos.

Click here for a closer look.

 

7. Burning Heart Project by Danita

Burning Heart by Danita

Danita transformed her flaming heart into a shrine for Frida Kahlo. With whimsical details and bright pops of color, this assemblage piece captures the colors of Frida Kahlo and Danita’s shared Mexican heritage.

Click here for a closer look.

8. Charity Book Shrine by Sandra Evertson

Charity Book Shrine by Sandra Evertson

A tattered antique book gains new life as a book shrine with the help of Sandra Evertson. She shares hoe to hollow out the book, and create a piece of embellished book art with this complete tutorial.

Click here for a closer look.

9. Heart Ornament by Cynthia Shaffer

Heart Ornament Project by Cynthia Shaffer

Cynthia Shaffer shares her technique for carving and scratching into Relics and Artifacts to create even more design possibilities. Sanding and distressing the edges created a hand-carved look on this ornament celebrating hearth and home.

Click here for a closer look.

Looking for even more inspiration? Check out our entire line of Relics and Artifacts, project ideas, and coordinating stamps inside the Sandra Evertson Collection.

Relics and Artifacts Collage

Shop Relics and Artifacts

Related Posts:


Posted: Friday, July 8th, 2016 @ 10:44 am
Categories: How-To Project Tutorials.
Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , .
Subscribe to the comments feed if you like. You can leave a response, or trackback from your own site.

Leave a Reply

Sarah How-To Project Tutorials ,,,,,,,,,,,,

Relics and Artifacts Projects collageRelics and Artifacts are extremely versatile. Whether you’re creating a necklace or a piece of mixed-media art, Relics and Artifacts pair well with a wide variety of materials. Create something modern, or age the matte resin pieces for instant vintage glamour. From flaming hearts to wearable pieces of assemblage art, make a statement with these projects from The Studio using our best-selling selection of Relics and Artifacts.

1.  Rusted Steampunk Heart Project

 Rusted Steampunk Heart Project

Create this rusted steampunk heart with a match made in heaven — Finnabair’s rust paste and Relics and Artifacts. Finnabair’s rust paste pairs perfectly with the old-fashioned motifs, plus it creates a realistic rusted look that makes everything look worn and antiqued.

Click here for a closer look.

2. Dreamer of Dreams by Relics & Artifacts Ambassador Wendy Morris-Saponaro

Dreamer of Dreams Project by Relics and Artifacts Ambassador Wendy Morris-Saponaro

Relics and Artifacts fit seamlessly with PaperWhimsy’s Amazing Alterables to create a three-dimensional piece of assemblage art that is bursting with personality.

Click here for a closer look.

3. Rising Spirit Relics and Artifacts Project

 Rising Spirit Relics and Artifacts Project

Add some metallic touches and make a futuristic piece of art with Dina Wakley’s paints. This Rising Spirit project can be used as an ornament, necklace, or even a gift topper.

Click here for a closer look.

4. Take Flight Necklace by Sandra Evertson

 Take Flight Necklace Relics and Artifacts Project by Sandra Evertson

Sandra Evertson, creator of Relics and Artifacts, lends her artistic eye for this necklace using the Milagros and Rising Spirit II sets. The metallic paint adds a subtle shine, while maintaining the look of age on the piece.

Click here for a closer look.

 

5. Relic Castings Statement Necklace by Christen Hammons

Relic Castings Statement Necklace by Christen Hammons

Wear your heart on your sleeve, or should I say around your neck, with this statement necklace by Christen Hammons. In just a few steps, create a bold piece with vivid colors and vintage accents.

Click here for a closer look.

 

6. Perspectives and Whimsies Canvas

Perspectives and Whimsies - Relics and Artifacts Project

Relics and Artifacts blend perfectly with other piece of mixed-media art, too. Take a few pieces for a mixed-media canvas, or pair them with chipboard embellishments. These pieces from the Regalis collection get a funky makeover when paired with bright acrylic paints, metallic touches, and smooth gelatos.

Click here for a closer look.

 

7. Burning Heart Project by Danita

Burning Heart by Danita

Danita transformed her flaming heart into a shrine for Frida Kahlo. With whimsical details and bright pops of color, this assemblage piece captures the colors of Frida Kahlo and Danita’s shared Mexican heritage.

Click here for a closer look.

8. Charity Book Shrine by Sandra Evertson

Charity Book Shrine by Sandra Evertson

A tattered antique book gains new life as a book shrine with the help of Sandra Evertson. She shares hoe to hollow out the book, and create a piece of embellished book art with this complete tutorial.

Click here for a closer look.

9. Heart Ornament by Cynthia Shaffer

Heart Ornament Project by Cynthia Shaffer

Cynthia Shaffer shares her technique for carving and scratching into Relics and Artifacts to create even more design possibilities. Sanding and distressing the edges created a hand-carved look on this ornament celebrating hearth and home.

Click here for a closer look.

Looking for even more inspiration? Check out our entire line of Relics and Artifacts, project ideas, and coordinating stamps inside the Sandra Evertson Collection.

Relics and Artifacts Collage

Shop Relics and Artifacts

Related Posts: