Thursday, 21 April 2016

Faux Ceramic Heart Pendant by Debs Wainwright



Good morning everyone Debs here with a pendant I created using a small shaped white/greyboard. 







Here's what I did


First I used a bubble stencil with crackle paste and allowed it to dry. I then used several sprays to colour the heart. On top of the spray I used guilding wax in gold and silver to highlight the crackle.

I wanted some more colour to show so using pigment ink in blue and green I added the colour to the back and front of the heart.

I wanted to add some interest to the heart so punched several holes. I liked this idea as I could have threaded ribbon or wire through the holes which would look good but chose to use screw brads. But first using clear UTEE I gave several coats to the back and front.





I added the brads and links to put the heart on a chain.






It's difficult to show the colours and texture on a photo but here are a couple of close ups.







And a last look at the whole thing






What I used


Ranger UTEE
Screw Brads



I love building texture and this heart is full of interest with colours showing as you turn it. Because of the UTEE it's difficult to capture on a photo, so you will have to trust me.

See you all soon hugs 

Debs xxx

6 comments:

  1. Absolutely stunning heart, Debs, love the way you created the texture on it!

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  2. Fabulous! Some really great effects there. Looks so cool. Lx

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  3. Great texture Deb, lovely
    Love
    Amanda x

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  4. Gorgeous crackle effects Debs and love the industrial look you've created.
    Fliss xx

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  5. Just amazing - the textures are fabulous and I love the metal touches.
    Alison x

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