Sunday, 28 February 2016

Freedom by Lynne Moncrieff


Have been playing with one of my all-time favourite Dinky Stencils, Bricks and one of That’s Crafty’s Alterable Surfaces.






Supplies

Prima Finnabair Cling Stamp Sets – Rust and Dust, Don’t Forget To Fly
Staz-on Timber Brown
Ice Resin*
Baby Wipes
Extras:- Muslin, button, cotton cord, tree bark, vintage French book text, re-cycled packing paper, stained lace and resin paper (*another time I will focus on resin paper as here I only included scraps)


Instructions


Cut panel to required size before applying paints with a baby wipe, aiming for a textured appearance. 





My tub of Grunge Paste had gone a little bit gungy due to the lid not being properly closed (I know, naughty me!!!) however I liked the effect because the result is very textural which I really like. Does this mean I need to always be careless with my tub of Grunge Paste?!!  Apply the Grunge Paste to the Dinky Stencil, leaving to dry.

Apply paints (excluding Toffee) to vintage book text. Once dry, stamp butterfly. Ink edges and slightly curl them upwards. Continue stamping, this time one of the Rust and Dust stamps and sentiment onto re-cycled brown packing paper. 






Gather items - I tend to incorporate pieces of this and that left over from previous projects. For this collage I incorporated:- tea stained lace, the tree bark which I had misted with Antique Linen, scraps of resin paper and muslin stained with dissolved walnut ink crystals.







Adhere all to panel, including button, with Gel Medium.


Until next time,

Lynne

12 comments:

  1. The most amazing textures and layers have been created Lynne. Love the dinky stencil and PA colours and your resin piece and other extra's are perfect additions

    TFS and best wishes
    Annie x

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  2. Gorgeously grungy and rusty looking Lynne and love that amazing texture.
    Fliss xx

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  3. Stunning and gorgeous so textured a real beauty

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  4. Fabulous texture - loved how this rustic bricks came about! A truly gorgeous creation!Chrisx

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  5. Wow amazing textures and a fabulous project.
    Hugs, Julie x

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  6. Thank you so much for sharing your process!
    Love the use of color and that Dinky brick stencil. And the grunge paste! Lots of texture and use of layering! ❤️

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  7. Wonderful rusty art Lynne! I love those bricks! xxx

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  8. Looks like you took a nature walk on the ranch Lynne!!!! This is just WONDERFUL... love the natural rustic look of it and especially the burlap and bark! The colors are just so peaceful and your placement of each item is perfect. And yes - your sentiment is so true... state of mind. Really STUNNING project. XX j.

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  9. Dear Lynne, your use of scraps has turned into one beautiful masterpiece! The urban style is evident n this piece as well!
    Love this piece! Jackie xx ")

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  10. Absolutely love this - brilliant use of the scraps, perfect composition, and fabulous textures in the background.
    Alison x

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