Sunday, 8 June 2014

Her Spirited Heart by Lynne Moncrieff





 

This is my first inking of All The Gals. I was eager to play with this stamp set because it is that little bit different from my usual stamp style. 

I wanted to inject as much texture on the page to create interest so randomly applied various items that were already to hand on my work area.
 

Supplies

TCW Rebekah Meier Designs – Mini Gothic Romance and Mini Harlequin Circles
PaperArtsy Fresco FinishLondon Fog, Snowflake and Moonlight
IndigoBlu Slap It On
Idea-ology Tiny Attacher
Caran d’ache NeoColorII Watersoluble Crayons
Extras:- Muslin, corrugated cardboard, lace, tissue paper, stained seam binding and stained lace (I previously stained them with Twinkling H20s)

 

Instructions
 

Apply torn muslin, tissue paper, lace and corrugated cardboard onto journal page with Gel Medium.

 
Use Mini Gothic Romance stencil and texture paste.
 

Apply Moonlight – I applied it randomly, some areas a wash of Moonlight and in other areas applied straight from the bottle. Create splatters with lilac watersoluble crayon.  Manipulate the paints with heat gun. 
 

Apply concentrated lilac watersoluble crayon onto lace.
 
 
 
 
 
 

Randomly stamp hand-writing (Textures).
 
 
 
 
 

Use Mini Harlequin Circles with London Fog paint and Black Soot Distress Paint. 
 
 
 
 
 

Onto cardstock apply texture paste to heart stencil (Mini Gothic Romance).  Once dry scribble lilac watersoluble crayon, mist with water. Fussy cut and edge with London Fog and Black Soot. 
 
 
 
 

On area of journal page where the heart will be, apply Distress Paint Black Soot with the heart stencil. Heat dry. Adhere texture paste heart with Gel Medium.
 

Stamp spirited onto painted cardstock scrap. Edge with fine tipped black pen and Black Soot. Adhere to heart with silicone glue.
 
 
 
 
 

Stamp Gal onto tissue paper. Adhere to journal page with Slap It On. Embellish Gal with stained lace and seam binding.
 

To finish the page create more splatters with the lilac and black watersoluble crayons and Snowflake page and embellish with seam binding and a fragment of lace.

 

Until next week,
 

Lynne

19 comments:

  1. That's a great creation. Love the color scheme and the texture. Very inspiring.

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  2. I love how you used these wonderful stamps Lynne...the texture is fabulous!
    Alison xxx

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  3. Love how you've adapted Dina stamps to your style - amazing texture!

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  4. This is one of those pieces that begs to be touched, you really have created some wonderful texture and that Dina lady stamp is beautiful. x

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  5. Stunning textural work Lynne and I love how you used that Dina stamp, it really suits this style!!

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  6. this is beautiful Lynne - the texture is amazing! Hugs rachel x

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  7. A fabulous piece Lynne - great textures and a lovely colour.
    xxx Hazel.

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  8. Wow...this is wonderful. Thanks for sharing how you created your textured background. I was wondering how to add some texture to a plain ceramic tile I am making and now I know how. Your work is always fantastic!

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  9. Wow, wonderful page, Lynne ! Love all the texture and colour and the Gal of course !!
    Corrie x

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  10. Gorgeous tactile piece Lynne, love the purple and touches of black. Tracy x

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  11. That's very gorgeous, a bit different from your usual style, but really well done... And finally well with your own 'touch' I think!... Love what you did with the stamps Lynne!! Coco x

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  12. WOW...Gorgeous piece full of wonderful texture... The image & colours are simply perfect... Love it Lynne... Hugs May x x

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  13. gorgeous. i do love that heart. xo

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  14. Fabulous use of the torn muslin - well all the textures! I'm really eager to have a play with this kind of effect. I never cease to wonder at your wonderful creativity, Lynne! You are an inspiration!

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  15. Fabulous textures and pretty purple for this lovely creation Lynne!
    oxo

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  16. Wonderful textures and colour here Lynne. They suit the scribbly image perfectly.
    Fliss xx

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  17. Oh yes they are new kind of wemen in your hands, dear Lynne, but she is so beautiful placed in her lilac heart "room" , with your gorgeous created textures of fabric, lace and paper .
    The lilac tone is lovely, and the splatters create even more interest to the background.
    Such a wonderful piece.
    Hug and xx
    Dorthe

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  18. Brilliant use of those new stamps... I've been eyeing them and the scribbly birds, and thinking I shouldn't because they're not really my usual style. But your beautiful creation here might just nudge me to break out! Gorgeous!
    Alison xx

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