with Linda Crocco

Linda Crocco will be demonstrating creating these adorable and fun collage boxes.

 

Video Presentation

 

Materials List

Trinket boxes by Linda Crocco

www.LindaCroccoStudio.com 

  • Small paper mache box
  • White acrylic paint
  • Black acrylic paint
  • 1” foam brush or regular brush
  • Clear Gesso or matte medium
  • Ranger Collage Paper. I used Typeset/Composer for this tutorial.
    • Optional: plaint white tissue paper, Ranger archival ink pad, various stamps.
  • Fimo Leather Effect polymer clay. You can substitute any other Fimo or Premo clay
    • Optional: purchased legs from Amazon.  I searched for “jewelry box legs” to find a variety of options
  • Small knob for top. I used one from Home Depot for this project
  • E6000 glue
  • Sealer or varnish. I used Minwax water based Polycrylic for this project

 

Reference Image

 

 

 

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Linda Crocco

I am a self taught mixed media artist in Massachusetts, USA. I love working with acrylics, inks, watercolor, paper making, eco printing, fiber art, clay and photography. I especially enjoy creating my own gel plate prints. Over the years I have exhibited at many local art festivals, including the Lowell Folk Festival. I have donated artwork to the Brush Art Gallery for their annual Four by Four exhibition and have displayed works in other local galleries. A tutorial for my polymer clay snowmen pins was published in Polymer Cafe magazine. I was a contributor in the Alcohol Ink Art Community and truly enjoyed being an instructor in that amazing group. For ten years, I was the owner/operator of a handmade soap making business called JoyLin Naturals. I like to surround myself with bright colors. Much of my artwork is influenced by what I see outdoors. My art reflects the part of me that whispers "Let's go out and play".

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