Sunday, 15 March 2015

Broken Glass by Lynne Moncrieff


 
 
 


 
For this card I stamped the focal image multiple times to represent fragments. 

 

Supplies


Cream Cardstock (or tall cardbase)
Baby Wipes

 

Instructions


Onto the watercolour panel working in a random fashion first apply Grunge Paste followed with the Martha Stewart and Distress Paints, misting with water and allowing the paints to drip down the panel and heat setting. During this process, remove some of the paint and in other areas use the heat gun to create texture with the paint, causing it to slightly bubble. Adhere panel to cardbase.
 
 
 

 

Stamp onto the panel with Archival. During the heat setting process remove some of the ink to create a distressed appearance. 
 



 

Stamp main image onto watercolour paper multiple times. One complete stamped image is required, this will be the base onto which you layer the stamped fragments. Paint the base image and fragments with Twinkling H20s, sponging Black Soot onto the edges before adhering the fragments onto the main image. 
 
 
 

 

Adhere panel to cardbase, embellishing the card with tassel trim.

 

Until next time,
 

Lynne

13 comments:

  1. I love the aged effect you have created, Lynne and the colours look wonderful with these images. I am reminded of Elizabethan tapestry and panes of old stained glass. xx

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  2. Lynn, this is gorgeous!!!!!! Very inspirational!

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  3. A stunning background with beautiful layers. Love the colour combination and LP stamp. Great idea to layer the stamp, which adds further depth to the image. TFS

    Annie x

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  4. Oh, this is gorgeous!!! I love the idea of stamping several times this wonderful image to create fragments!! That's very clever, and the whole panel is fantastic! Coco xx

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  5. Brilliant, really love this and how you pieced it together!!

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  6. Gorgeous. Love the stamp and what you have done with it.

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  7. Totally awesome Lynne. Amazing fragmented detail and just love the gorgeous amber tones.
    Fliss xx

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  8. Oh wow,this looks so delicate Lynne,I love the way you have created it. The colours are beautifully muted,lovely!
    Big hugs
    Donna xxx

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  9. loving the colours Lynne and the fragment idea works so well - brilliant xx

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  10. Simply fantastic, Lynne - I adore how you've created the multiple fragments of the image, and the colours are so rich and full of depth - amazing!
    Alison xx

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  11. Such a wonderful puzzles effect dear Lynne,- it looks fantastic, and your colours gives a feeling of glass mosaic!!! The tassel is a a great add, too.
    Hugs from Dorthe

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  12. Such a wonderful puzzles effect dear Lynne,- it looks fantastic, and your colours gives a feeling of glass mosaic!!! The tassel is a a great add, too.
    Hugs from Dorthe

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  13. As Dorthe said above you certainly created wonderful puzzle effects with your layering and more!
    Such warm and peachy colors too.
    Lovely down to the last detail dear Lynne ♥
    oxo

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