How To…DIY Abstract Painting with Acrylics and Gold Leaf

I used DecoArt Americana Premium Acrylic Paints and Gold Leaf to paint this Abstract painting for my daughter’s room. A few scattered hearts throughout the painting reminds her that she is ‘A Piece of My Heart’…a perfect gift for Valentine’s Day or any day. #decoartprojects

The Colors I Used:
Quinacridone Red
Titanium White
Primary Magenta
Vermillion Hue
Cadmium Red Hue
Whispering Turquoise

These paints can be found at: http://fave.co/2D3Vmwu

Mona Lisa Metal Leaf Adhesive http://amzn.to/2DpueFV
Gold Leaf http://amzn.to/2qTGkEA

Comments

Crafting with Cass says:

I want!! This turned out super pretty!

Weekend Craft says:

What a gorgeous painting! I could watch you do this all day!

Kim T says:

Hello… Do you need to let each layer dry before moving on to the next? Thanks!

Mae Ann says:

did you prime your canvas first?

Domer Home says:

I’m loving all the pinks and golds right now for spring! I know it’s abstract, but I like the floral vibes. It looks like watercolor from far away! Great job and cute kitty!

ToolBox Divas says:

This is great Lynn! I never thought to include gold leafing in my art before. I am definitely trying this out next time. I’m currently painting new wall art.

Colleen Pastoor says:

This looks lovely! I love using gold leaf in my paintings.

killscrew says:

omg that cat is too funny

Sarah Vanderkooy says:

This is beautiful, I love watching your technique. And that gold leaf adds so much. It looks great in your daughter’s room.

P.S. I Love You Crafts says:

Very pretty! I love how you incorporated the gold leaf. I have some golf leaf flakes, but I’m not sure what to do with them. Beautiful!

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