Sunday, 19 May 2013

Le Jardin - A Mini Hanging by Lynne Moncrieff



 


This little hanging is an alternative to sending a card to a friend. I incorporated a piece of driftwood as it was originally gifted to me from a lovely friend who collected it from the seashore near her home in Denmark but you could easily use a piece of doweling or suchlike.

Once again I have made use of PaperArtsy Crunchy Tissue Paper. It is a wonderful stamping surface, adding those extra  little bits here and there.
 

SUPPLIES
Oxford Impressions Le Jardin
Speedball Brayer
Archival Ink Jet Black
PaperArtsy Fresco Finish Vintage Lace
PaperArtsy Crunchy Tissue Paper
Gesso 
Glossy Cardstock
Silicone Glue
Extras:- lace, x 2 buttons, driftwood, re-cycled corrugated cardboard.

 
INSTRUCTIONS

·       Firstly apply PaperArtsy Fresco Finish Vintage Lace to re-cycled corrugated cardboard. Also apply to PaperArtsy Crunchy Tissue Paper. Next apply a wash of Gesso to vintage French book text.
 

·       Ink up Speedball Brayer with Archival Jet Black ink and stamp the woman from Oxford Impressions’ Le Jardin stamp plate onto glossy cardstock.



 
 

·       Now stamp text stamps onto the painted Crunchy Tissue Paper. Tear out.
 

·       Layer all the prepared pieces along with a torn panel of fabric onto the painted re-cycled corrugated cardboard.
 

·       Next have fun embellishing the panel with lace and a paper flower.



 
 

·       Finally tear fabric into two equal lengths. Stitch two buttons for decorative purposes and then wrap the two pieces of fabric around either end of the driftwood and attach with silicone glue. 
 

Until next week.

Lynne x

12 comments:

  1. Anothor gorgeous confection. I like the torn fabric attached with buttons.

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  2. This is absolutely gorgeous! I love it! Hope you managed to get yourself a good stash of the Crunchy Tissue Paper. Hope you are starting to feel a little better now,

    Lucy x

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  3. Oh how very lovely and sweet in every detail!
    Thank you for always inspiring and sharing your how to!
    oxo ♥

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  4. Another stunning hanging from Lynne.

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  5. This is such a beautiful and inspiring piece Lynne, I love it! Hugs, Anne x

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  6. Gorgeous hanger Lynne, You are right this would make a lovely gift instead of a card... thanks so much for the tutorial...I love the torn fabric...love it all... Hugs May x x x

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  7. It is the most beautiful, and lovely piece -and I know!!! as is here in my room being admired daily! thankyou my dearest Lynne !
    The fabrics used are so sweet and gives a wonderful summerly feeling to this gorgeous hanger. I love it and it is the loveliest "card" I ever recieved !!
    Hugs from Dorthe

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  8. What a beautiful project Lynne! I love your use of fabric & buttons to hang your art!
    Alison xxx

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  9. Absolutely lovely alternative to a card - I was just wondering whether it was Dorthe's driftwood, and then there she is having received this absolutely beautiful hanging! Gorgeous work, as always, Lynne.
    Alison xx

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  10. Love this instead of a card too,its an exquisite little piece of ART as always, all that beautiful lace, I thought you had transferred the image, beautiful stamp, loved how you hung it on to the perfect piece of driftwood, Excellent work Lynn, and I see you when you're feeling up to snuff :O). Have a restful healing week,,

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  11. Wie wunder-wunderschön, liebe Lynne <3

    Sophie xx

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  12. Such a beautiful hanging... love the project and the way its' been hung.

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