Sunday, 13 March 2016

Feathers by Lynne Moncrieff


Have you seen the recent additions to the Dinky Stencils? I was immediately drawn to the Feathers – so beautiful, as though they are floating in the air. I worked with this stencil and some new products (Artisan Powders and Distress Crayons) on a That’s Crafty! White/Greyboard Postcard.






Supplies


Prima Finnabair Cling Stamp Sets:- Rust and Dust, Don’t Forget To Fly
Prima Frank Garcia Memory Hardware Artisian Powder – Chapeliere, Parthenay, Vausseroux
Kraft Paper (I used re-cycled packaging paper)
Extras:- Muslin, vintage button, twine and resin paper (Ice Resin and vintage book text)



Instructions


Apply Grunge Paste followed by scribbling Distress Crayons onto the panel, misting with water and then sprinkling on the Artisian Powders. 

Stencil the feathers with the darker Distress Crayons, blending with a slightly damp paintbrush and cosmetic sponge. 




Before cleaning the paintbrush, I was able to work any colour onto a scrap of watercolour paper. Onto this piece of scrap, stamp the feather and sentiment, fussy cutting and inking edges. Wrap twine around feather also adhering a button.







The feather and sentiment were layered to the panel along with a torn piece of paper which had been stamped with one of the texture stamps from Rust and Dust, previously stained muslin and fragment of resin paper. 


Until next time,

Lynne

13 comments:

  1. A beautiful textured panel Lynne, I love the vintage colours of the crayons and powders! xx

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  2. So beautiful. What I always love about your work is the gorgeous layering. I love the subtle play of colour and the shifts in texture. I always find myself peering intently trying to pick out all the fabulous detail. Lx

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  3. This is so beautiful Lynne, what exciting new products you have had a chance to play with and how brilliantly you have shown them off!

    Lucy x

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  4. Wonderful textural piece! Great techniques and elements used! Love the final effect!!

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  5. Just gorgeous Lynne. Beautifully textural and vintage and love all the little details on your creation.
    Fliss xx

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  6. So clever you have a unique style love it

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  7. I love the distressed effect, which goes so beautifully with feathers! Not only do you explore new materials in an original and creative way, but you also bring a special imaginative and sensitive quality to all you create! xx

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  8. What a wonderful use of the feather stencil, dear Lynne, I never saw the powders before, but they look great and the crayons, too, -the colors you used are lovely.
    Beautiful with your stained muslin and the words. Love the texture you created first. Dorthe, xx

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  9. Gorgeous vintage style once again and yes that feathers stencil is rather yummy
    Hugs
    Donna xxx

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  10. Oh so unique and grungy in a marvelous way Lynne. Wow. The burlap was the 'piece de resistence', and what an incredible feather. It's just WONDERFUL. XXj.

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  11. So very pretty and organic Lynne! I actually though you had used real feathers!
    lovely! Jackie ")

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  12. Another great textural piece! Gorgeous! I love the natural setting for this feather. (We have numerous birds on our property from finches to eagles and have gathered many....except the eagle feathers that are unlawful to have, but we admire them where they lay.) Your great talent for layering all the right materials really give your pieces that organic look. Thanks for sharing another of your masterpieces! inkybru xx

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