Sunday, 6 April 2014

Her Secret Is Patience by Lynne Moncrieff


 


 
 

This stamp has always been a favourite of mine and one which when I first bought it I seemed to use constantly. It has been fun inking her up once again to create this Renaissance style panel.
 

Supplies

Martha Stewart Paints:- Putty, Rose Chrome and Rose Gold
EcoGreen Crafts:- Pure Copper Acrylic
DecoArt One Step Crackle 
Indigoblu Slap It On
Stencil Stipple Brush
White Tissue Paper
Canvas Board
Extras:- button, torn lace, seam binding, vintage trim and sentiment (this piece was a partially piece of torn sentiment from another project), crumpled found paper (another leftover piece from another project – it has been painted with gesso and Twinkling H20s)

 

Instructions

The time consuming part of this panel is the paint application to achieve texture and a timeworn appearance but it is also the most fun part.
 

Achieve texture with Gesso and paints, manipulating with palette knife and heat gun.
 

Remove some of the paint from the central area, this is where Cosmos will sit. 
 

Once the texture has been achieved ink up Cosmos with StazOn and stamp onto tissue paper. Adhere to the panel with Slap It On, be generous with this application.
 
 
 
 
 

Leave to dry. 
 

When dry stipple more paint onto the panel.
 

Randomly stamp CI-406 with StazOn. 
 

Gather various trims, a button, a piece of torn sentiment and crumbled found paper which had Gesso and Twinkling H20s applied to it.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

Until next week,
 

Lynne

20 comments:

  1. A fabulous panel that really puts your favourite image in a glamorous setting. Jenny x

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  2. A stunning make Lynne, thanks for the reminder of that stamp! You have used it so beautifully here, love the subtle textures and embellishments!

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  3. Love all the glorious texture around the central image, it really sets her off.

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  4. beautiful work Lynne - gorgeous texture and no wonder you love that stamp xx

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  5. stunning project Lynne x Love the fabulous texture and layers of paper and fabric. TFS

    Annie x

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  6. Absolutely beautiful, Lynne - with such a wonderful look of antiquity - glorious!
    Alison x

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  7. This is stunning Lynne! ~Diane

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  8. Wonderful creation Lynne. The textures and colours are fabulous and work so well together. Hugs Rita xxx

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  9. Dear Lynne, oh this is a beautiful creation.
    What a fantastic background you have made, and the stamp on tissue paper looks as if she is born on the canvas.Love the appearence of gesso here and there and the schript stamps.It is gorgeous .
    Hugs ,Dorthe x

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  10. Dear Lynne, I really do love your style... This project is no exception....
    Wonderful !
    Corrie x

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  11. Just gorgeous Lynne. Such a beautiful shaaby chic effect.
    Fliss xx

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  12. Oh, that looks like straight from heaven. Suzanne x

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  13. Stunning work Lynne. I can see why you love this stamp.
    Julie x

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  14. What a wonderful, Renaissance creation. I've always wanted this stamp. You use it to stunning effect! x

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  15. A beautiful composition Lynne...I love the lacy bow on her shoulder! xxx

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  16. Simply Gorgeous Lynne, The background is fabulous... Love the stamping & great design...WOW...Hugs May x x

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  17. It's gorgeous, Lynne! Love the stamp and how you used it, it's so dreamy!

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  18. This realy is a great card with this beautiful lady, Lynne.
    Some stamps never get old!
    Groetjes Gery

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  19. Lovely piece, and definitely worth the time to achieve all that texture and gorgeous detail.

    So "Her" is really "Lynne," right? ;)

    That stamp is in my stash, too--it's a beautiful image.

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  20. A beautiful piece Lynne.
    xxx Hazel.

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