Sunday, 1 May 2016

Fleur by Lynne Moncrieff


Played with Infusions and Frank Garcia Powders on this panel along with a beautiful and generously sized PaperArtsy stamp.






Supplies


PaperArtsy Infusions:- The Sage, Blackcurrant, Sunset Beach
Prima Frank Garcia Memory Hardware Artisian Powder:- Chapeliere, Parthenay, Vausseroux
Extra:- Cotton fabric, brown jute twine, watercolour


Instructions


Apply Gesso to panel before applying the Frank Garcia powders and Infusions, misting with water. Tilt panel to allow to drip and blend. Heat set or if you are patient (!) leave to dry. 

Stamp tulip and butterfly collage onto panel. Sprinkle Infusions onto craft mat. Mist with water to create watercolour, applying to stamped collage with watercolour brush to lightly colour the image. For the leaves, I also added a touch of green watercolour paint to brighten the Sage Infusion. I like to work quickly so the black ink hasn’t dried and I can get a nice effect when the colour is applied to the stamped image, it can soften it in areas.






Ink up Finnabair texture stamp, stamping randomly onto panel, focusing around upper right corner.

Coil Gypsy Cord, create three, layering to panel with a piece of cotton fabric stained with the Infusions. 








Finally wrap jute cord and a scrap of Gypsy cord around bottom edge of panel.






Until next time,

Lynne

13 comments:

  1. Dear Lynne, the colors, the beautiful stamps, and wonderful roses you created, all is becoming a gorgeous whole, in your hands.Your background is so much allive, the way you mixed and splattered, the colors. Another most beautiful panel, using Laura`s and others, wonderful materials.
    Dorthe,xx

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  2. Thanks for sharing your fun techniques on this lovely panel. Just love all the elements here. It gives my heart throb. Wishing you a lovely Sunday.

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  3. This is absolutely beautiful Lynne and so shabby chic in style I love it!
    Fliss xx

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  4. This is so beautiful!!!! Lovely work Lynne x

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  5. Beautiful Lynne
    Love
    Amanda x

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  6. Love the outcome of all your project elements Lynne

    The PA stamp is beautiful and your GC cord flowers look fabulous

    Tfs and best wishes
    Annie x

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  7. A very beautiful shabby chic panel, Lynne. I love the soft colors you have created with the FC powder and the PA infusions. I love the dreamy effect you have created for that lovely PA stamp. The tulips just jumps off the panel and, yet, the whole image (tulip, leave and butterflies) just seem to float in the background. Always love your textural effects and distressing work. What a wonderful idea for the GC flowers! Outstanding work! Thank you for sharing with us and inspiring us! inkybru xx

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  8. Outstanding indeed!! gorgeous work dear Lynne! xo

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  9. Lynne - this is stunning!! I adore your colors, and the use of the media.... including that powder, and the new Infusions from PA. Wow - definitely bookmarking this!! xxx Lynn

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  10. Just lovely Lynne!!! I love the little rope coil embellishments! xxx

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  11. Beautiful! Looking forward to using Infusions! Hugs, Chrisx

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  12. So delicately pretty - another beautiful creation. The Infusions look like lots of fun.
    Alison x

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