Sunday, 25 October 2015

An Invincible Summer by Lynne Moncrieff

   

I have been playing with the beautiful new Dinky Stencil Snowflake Background and a white/greyboard panel.
 

The Snowflake Background Dinky Stencil is beautiful and I was so impressed, with it being highly detailed, that the results with the embossing paste were so crisp.

 
 

 
 
 

Supplies


Oxford Impressions Stamp Set - Season of Giving
Prima Finnabair Clear Stamp – Messy
Distress Stain Sprays:- Picket Fence, Brushed Pewter, Antiqued Bronze and Tarnished Brass
Martha Stewart Metallic Acrylics:- Rust and Champagne
PaperArtsy Fresco Pearl Glaze
StazOn Timber Brown 
Gel Medium
Silicone Glue
Golden Crackle Paste (substitute - Prima Art Extravagance Texture Paste White Crackle)Wendy Vecchi Clear Embossing Paste (Ranger also do a Clear Embossing Paste)
That’s Crafty! Surfaces White/Greyboard Panel
That's Crafty! Dinky Stencil - Snowflake Background
Prima Bark Icon
White Cardstock
Palette Knife
Crop-A-Dile
Heat Gun
Extras:- Vintage crochet (cut from old doily), guipure lace, rusty tin wire, buttons and found paper (I used old paper packaging)
Substitute Idea-ology Salvaged Doll for the Prima Relics and Artifacts resin figure.




Instructions

Apply Champagne acrylic to panel, heat setting before randomly applying Snowflake Background stencil with clear embossing paste. Once dry mist panel with Distress Stain Sprays followed by applying random patches of Crackle Paste. Next, apply Rust acrylic, focusing on the Crackle Paste areas, before misting the panel again with the Distress Stain Sprays. When happy with the colour, apply Pearl Glaze, focusing on the snowflakes. The last touch is to randomly stamp Messy onto the panel.



 
Lay cardstock, bark icon, lace and figure onto a piece of white paper (I re-cycled some white heavy weight paper packaging) and apply Distress Stain Sprays. Stamp sentiment onto the cardstock, cutting into long strips. Onto the white paper, which will now have been coloured by the sprays, stamp Messy. Adhere torn pieces of the stamped Messy script onto the panel.  


 
 
 
 
 

Layer the figure to another piece of the Messy script, adhering to the bark icon and crochet element. To complete, adhere the sentiment with silicone glue and sew buttons to the stained lace, adhering to bottom edge. Create hanging by punching a hole and threading through rusty tin wire. 
 
 




Until next time,

Lynne
 
 

11 comments:

  1. I love the process of that wonderful background Lynne, and the added elements tie in beautifully! xx

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  2. A fabulous work on the background and stunning piece Lynne... Love it!!! xx

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  3. Breathtakingly beautiful Lynne. Keeping the colour palette so clean means your eye really takes in all the fabulous details too. I love the snowflakes and the little shell buttons at the bottom, Just lovely! Lx

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  4. I absolutely love this one Lynne, I adore those dolls but what I really love is that beautiful sentiment
    Hugs
    Donna xxx

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  5. Simply gorgeous - the textures are wonderful - love those snowflakes - and the beautiful vintage distressed look of the doll and the whole piece.
    Alison x

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  6. Lynne, your process amazes me! Stunning creation!!! Love these antique lace colors.

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  7. So absolutely gorgeous, dear Lynne, your background is fantastic.
    Love the qoute, with the wonderful distressed doll , and the snowflake stencil looks just beautiful.
    This is a masterpiece and all kept in your lovely soft tones !!
    Hug from Dorthe

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  8. A beautiful, serene work. Love the subtle color tones.

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  9. Absolutely beautiful art panel Lynne. Such stunning texture and detail and gorgeous colour too.
    Fliss xx

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  10. What a beautiful piece love the natural colours of it all. Fabulous textures too.
    Love
    Amanda x

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