Sunday, 8 May 2016

Le Jardin by Lynne Moncrieff


When Springtime rolls around I always feel the need to ink up the beautiful photo real stamp from Oxford Impressions Le Jardin stamp set.  Here, it features as a focal on a Mixed Media panel.






Supplies


That's Crafty! Dinky Stencils:- Quatrefoil 1, Dragonfly Flight
PaperArtsy Infusions:- Lemoncello, Violet Storms, Royal Blood, Blackcurrant, Black Knight
Extras:- Flowers:- fabric and paper, yellow lace, black Stabilo watersoluble pencil (substitute with watercolour pencil), re-cycled paper scrap


Instructions


Apply a light wash of Gesso to panel. Follow this by applying Grunge Paste to the Dinky Stencils. Leave to dry. 





Apply Infusions to panel, generously misting with water, allowing colours to drip and pool. Heat set although if possible, leave to dry.






Ink up photo real stamp with Archival ink, using the brayer. Stamp onto glossy cardstock.  Abrade edges before layering to panel with torn pieces of lace and re-cycled paper scraps painted with Blackcurrant Infusions. 






I had a piece of paperclay border lying on my work area, from when I made a batch of them. I decided to break it into two, painting with the Infusions (all listed excluding Lemoncello) and gold gilding wax. 

I also had a fabric flower lying around (this is how I work, something will catch my eye!).  Violet Storms, Blackcurrant and Royal Blood were applied to the flower. To create an embellishment, a paperflower was layered to the centre and vintage yellow tulle (it was the backing on some vintage lace) torn into strips and adhered to back of flower.






Finally, a border created with the black watersoluble pencil.


Until next time,

Lynne x

10 comments:

  1. A wonderful setting for that beautiful image Lynne! xxx

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  2. Those dinky stencils look fabulous Lynne, particularly the Dragonfly....love it x the Prima mould is now on my wish list too.
    The OI stamp is beautiful and is the perfect image to this stunning piece.....beautifully adorned as always

    TFS and best wishes
    Annie x

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  3. Fantastic ideas with infusions!! Love this!

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  4. Gorgeous drippage effects around the texture with the Infusions - this is beautiful, Lynne.
    Alison x

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  5. Wow! This is absolutely stunning Lynne! Such amazing texture and detail.
    Fliss xx

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  6. Gorgeous, love how you have coloured the stamp and all the layers of paper and lace.

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  7. Wowser! What a stunningly beautiful piece of work. So many really wonderful details to drool over. It's gorgeous Lynne! Lx

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  8. Totally stunning Lynne! Love the work with those infusions over the textured background. Stunning work!

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  9. Such a nice vintage look. I love Oxford Impressions photo stamps. Love your use of the stenciled dragonflies and quatrefoil.....really adds to your theme. The Infusions are wonderful! I don't have any of those, yet! LOL Of course, the little fabric flower and the lace are the perfect touches to complete this Springtime piece of art. Thank you for sharing! inkybru xx

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  10. This really is a wonderful Spring panel! The colours (what a fabulous combination of the Infusions!)are perfect for this! Chrisx

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