Sunday, 21 July 2013

Parisian Pin by Lynne Moncrieff


 
 

 

Recently I made a pendant using Oxford Impressions Marie Antoinette plate.  I return to that particular place, this time to make a pin. 

The use of the Trinket Pin was inspired by a friend, who gifted me a beautiful piece of jewellery where she had used such a pin.

 
SUPPLIES

Stampbord
Distress Ink:-  Pumice Stone and Antique Linen
Jewellery Pliers
Extras:- Metal Filigree Cabochon Frame, Pearl Bead, Eye Pin and Jump Rings

 

INSTRUCTIONS

·       Starting with the Stampbord:- Set Stampbord on craft mat. Apply the Distress Inks directly to create texture. Set with heat gun. Stamp damask design (Oxford Impressions Marie Antoinette) with Pumice Stone. Heat set.
 

·       Stamp Paris with StazOn Jet Black. Heat set (although this isn’t necessary).  Liberally apply Ranger Crackle Accents. Leave to set.


·       At this stage I picked off some of the crackle to create a more distressed appearance. Lightly apply Pumice Stone with sponge. Apply PaperArtsy Satin Finish. I applied 3 coats.
 
 
 
 
 

·       Now to create the pin:- Adhere Stampbord to metal filigree frame with silicone glue. Using jewellery pliers ,attach a selection of jump rings, eye pin and pearl bead to a Tim Holtz Trinket Pin.
 

·       It is now ready to pin onto your chosen garment.

 

Until next week.

Lynne x

13 comments:

  1. This is gorgeous Lynne and very inspiring. I love the way you have pieced this together....Stunning !!

    Have a lovely restful Sunday

    Hugs Annie x

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  2. Stunning!! So clever with that trinket pin and I love how the stampboard just fits perfectly on top of the filigree metal embellishment, the whole thing looks fantastic!!

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  3. Stunning work Lynne, Love how you have put this all together... Great tutorial..very inspiring..Hugs May x x x

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  4. So enchanting, Lynne!
    Alison x

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  5. Absolutely beautiful Lynne! Nicola x

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  6. A very pretty pin Lynne and love the crackle effect.
    Fliss xx

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  7. The pin works beautifully on your crackled Paris pin...great finishing touches all around
    oxo

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  8. Gorgeous brooch love that crackle gorgeous frame, who could ask for anything else.. Thanks for sharing..

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