Mixed Media on Artist Panel
Working with Mod Podge, fancy napkins, old greeting cards, and tissue paper one can create lovely artwork.
Get yourself an Artist Panel, Mod Podge, any clippings from old greeting cards, napkins, tissue paper or whatever paper you like. Plan out your design before you begin.
Once you have your design laid out, you can begin Mod Podging it onto the panel.
You can start with a painted background using Chalk Paint, or Acrylic Paint. I laid tissue paper for the background, and built up from there.
Most napkins come as 3 ply and you must peel away 2 plys before placing napkin on panel. Using napkins (as I did with the black & white background) allow the Mod Podge to dry before applying the top coat or napkin will shred.
Allow Mod Podge to dry before adding a top coat. You can add accessories as well, such as glitter, beads, charms.
Make sure to paper the sides, top and bottom as well, for a 3-D effect. You can also work on the inside, back portion of the panel if you chose.