Sunday, 20 March 2016

Poppy by Lynne Moncrieff


I seem to be enjoying the theme of nature at the moment. This week a panel featuring a PaperArtsy Hotpicks poppy alongside one of my all time favourite Dinky Stencils.






Supplies


PaperArtsy HotPicks HP1505
Distress Crayon Pack #3 (Antique Linen)
DecoArt Media Fluid Acrylics Quinacridone Gold, Red Iron Oxide (Transparent)
Extras:- Dried poppy pod, deli wrap paper, muslin



Instructions


Cut white/greyboard to required size then apply patches of Grunge Paste and in other areas, apply the Grunge Paste to the brick Dinky Stencil. Plan placement of stamp before applying the Grunge Paste. Once dry, scribble the Antique Linen Distress Crayon, misting with water and blending into the panel then continue to apply the paints, again, misting with water to allow the paints to blend. 






Also apply the paints to muslin scrap and Deli wrap.






Stamp poppy onto panel followed by stamping script (HP1505). Mist panel with Ground Espresso. Stamp script and the stamp from Rust and Dust onto the deli paper. Tear.  Adhere to bottom edge, finishing the panel with a dried poppy pod and the stained muslin.







Until next week,

Wishes

Lynne

11 comments:

  1. I love everything about this Lynne...the colours, the texture and that lovely poppy! xx

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  2. stunning details and textures in this fabulous MM creation Lynne x
    Love the stamp too

    Hugs Annie x

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  3. Stunning rustic creation,love that poppy
    Hugs
    Donna xxx

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  4. Totally looks like it is bursting out in front of a luscious brick wall Lynne. WONDERFUL - just WONDERFUL. Of course, my fav orangish colors so I'm a bit prejudiced - ehehehhehe!!! XX j.

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  5. Gorgeous creation Lynne and love that rustic look too.
    Fliss xx

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  6. Absolutely stunning Lynne and I adore the rich colours, perfect for your design.
    Julie x

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  7. A great composition and panel Lynne! I love this Poppy stamp and your addition of the dried Poppy pod, also the unusual rusted colours and all the textured parts... Really artsy and gorgeous!!! Coco xx

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  8. A great composition and panel Lynne! I love this Poppy stamp and your addition of the dried Poppy pod, also the unusual rusted colours and all the textured parts... Really artsy and gorgeous!!! Coco xx

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  9. Wow, Lynne! I love the rusty orange you have used and it compliments the brick stencils to convey that "beauty out of decay" look! Poppies are my favorite flower and orange one of my favorite colors! What a beautiful piece you have done! Thanks for sharing! inkybru xx

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