Sunday, 10 April 2016

Time by Lynne Moncrieff


Laura always keeps her stock up-to-date but recently, have you seen all the amazing goodies in the What’s New? category, so many exciting new products.  

This week I am sharing a tag (That’s Crafty! MDF tag) featuring some new Prima products and new Dinky Stencils (Cogs and Clocks).  I also incorporated resin paper, which is fast becoming a favourite of mine.  Recently I’ve been including small pieces on my projects, this week it features more prominently.

This tag combines many textures, I adore texture so imagine the fun I had working on this! 






Supplies


That's Crafty! Dinky Stencils:- Cogs Background, Clock Background
Staz-on Timber Brown
PaperArtsy Fresco Finish:- Toffee, Old Gold and French Roast
Prima Frank Garcia Memory Hardware Artisian Powder – Chapeliere, Parthenay, Vausseroux
Translucent Embossing Paste (I worked with Ranger but That’s Crafty! stock several brands)
Ice Resin*
Extras:- Vintage French book text, rusty tin wire, torn wallpaper and numbers and text stamp (I worked with PaperArtsy ESN stamps)

*If making resin paper you might want to wear rubber gloves and place rubbish bags on your work surface to protect the area. You will also require an old piece of household sponge.


Instructions


Resin Paper


Lay vintage French book pages onto craft sheet. Follow manufacturer’s instructions to prepare the Ice Resin, working in a well ventilated area. With a piece of household sponge, apply the resin to the vintage book pages. The resin will need time to cure. Onto the margin of the book page, stamp numbers and time. Tear two more pieces from the page.





Paperclay & Rust Pastes


Create three paperclay elements working with paperclay. Leave to dry on flat surface.

Once dry, working with all three pots from the Rust Pastes set, apply the pastes to the paperclay elements. For the clock, I worked with a lighter hand, ensuring I retained as much of the fine detail as possible and dabbed Old Gold onto my fingertip and lightly applied to the clock, catching small areas with the paint.

Lay the elements aside for the moment.






Tag


Apply Translucent paste through Dinky Stencils, working randomly. Leave to dry before misting panel with water and scattering the various Frank Garcia powders. Continue to mist with water, apply more powders and Toffee and French Roast. Apply, in small areas only, the Rust Pastes. Dab Old Gold onto fingertip and lightly apply to stencilled areas, highlighting the relief pattern. 


Assembling


Gather the resin paper and paperclay elements along with chain, jump ring, rusty tin wire and scrap of wallpaper.





Layer the resin paper elements to the tag, wrap rusty wire around tag and layer the wallpaper and stamped resin paper. Suspend clock from jump ring and chain, finally adhering the other rusted paperclay elements.


Until next time,

Lynne

12 comments:

  1. An amazing creation from Lynne.

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  2. A fabulous step by step Lynne x you have incorporated so many details and I love all the textures created.
    The paper lay clock looks wonderful as does the resin paper

    Thank you for sharing x now have several items on my wish list

    Hugs Annie x

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  3. Stunning texture and detail Lynne and those colours are so rich and decadent. Love it!
    Fliss xx

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  4. It is such a gorgeous piece, dear Lynne.
    I totally love the old,rusty feel you created, all over, and the wonderful Prima Mould pieces are gorgeous with the two of them looking like old ion .You did a masterpiece with the Dinky stencil,and the Resin paper ,too.
    Such a beautiful piece.
    xxxx

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  5. wonderful results Lynne, loving all the fabulous techniques
    Love
    Amanda X

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  6. Wow stunned by the rusty textured beauty of it!
    Hugs
    Donna xxx

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  7. Just GORGEOUS! I am SO wanting those moulds. I love what you've done with them. Another really stunning piece of work. Lx

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  8. Completely reminds me of some rare artifact found by an archaeologist Lynne.... AMAZINGLY FABULOUS RUSTIC TREASURE. Xj.

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  9. My goodness, girl, but you do a lot of prep before you ever get to the assemblage part! I admire your patience with all the steps you take. You always impress me with the way you put a piece together and it looks so realistically vintage! This piece is truly a great work of art! I adore that watch! I have hesitated to work with ice resin due to my asthma, but really love the look it creates. This old French book page you have applied it too is a great background along with your dinky stencils to add even more depth and texture. Thank you for sharing and taking us step by step, Lynne! inkybru xx

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  10. Wow! What time and attention to details in this Lynne! Such a beautiful textural piece- I just love texture! Such beautiful elements combined to make this artwork- I just love it

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  11. Such amazing textures! A fabulous piece of art Lynne! xxx

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