Saturday, 21 December 2013

Christmas Wonderland by Paula Whittaker


 
 

 

Supplies:



Other items:

 
Flowers
Moss
Foliage
Book Pages
Bird Embellishment
Wooden Snowflakes

 
 

·       I’ve used the back section and one frame section from the triple arch layered frame kit – which means, there are plenty of other parts left over to create more arches.

·       I’ve painted the back section and frame with a rough coat of Beach Hut. Once dry (which should take about 5 mins naturally) add bits of torn book pages across the inside of the arches. Then glue the back section and frame together.

·       Add some of the Frantage, the small normal looking embossing powder and heat that on to the arch but please beware the stuff will fly all over the place as you really should heat it from the back! I glued the larger pieces from the Frantage kit on to the arch.

·       Rub the Brilliance ink around the edges of the arches.

·       Add all the foliage and moss to the frame.

·       Rub some of the white remnant wording on to some stiff clear packaging (acetate) and then cut round the words. Glue these to the frame.

·       Stamp the Alice image using the grey ink on to some paper, colour with alcohol pens, cut out and add to arch.



 


·       Finally, add all the other embellishments to the piece.
 
 
Paula

9 comments:

  1. this is just beautiful - thanks for the inspiration xx

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  2. What a wonderful piece, Paula. Alice works perfectly for Christmas.

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  3. i very much love the mix of wonderland "alice" and wonderland "christmas". very clever. this is gorgeous. x

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  4. A beautiful Alice in Wonderland project Paula, Annette x

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  5. Stunning Paula, love Alice in her starry wonderland!
    Hope you have a peaceful and joyful Christmas! I know this year has not been easy, but hope that 2014 will bring you lots of happiness and creativity as well as lighter times and joy! xoxo

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  6. Gorgeous work. Lots of greats details.

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  7. Fabulous creation Paula and a very innovative use of the lovely Alice.
    xx

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