Sunday, 11 December 2016

Heart of a Warrior by Lynne Moncrieff


Warriors come in all guises, some with quiet, inner strength.






Supplies


Prima Frank Garcia Memory Hardware
PaperArtsy Infusions: Black Knight, Violet Storms, Blue Blood
Clear Embossing Texture Paste (I worked with Ranger Wendy Vecchi)
Extras:- Chain, Rusted Fabric, Resin Paper, Dresden Trim


Instructions


Heart:-


I am such a fan of That’s Crafty’s substrates because they stand up to so much!
Apply Gesso to heart before applying clear texture paste to heart stencil. Apply Infusions and Memory Hardware powders to the heart, misting generously with water. I allow to dry naturally but you could speed up the process with your heat gun. Apply Rust Paste to the Dresden Trim then adhere to the edge of the heart, bending over the trim.






Relics and Artifacts:-


WingApply Rust Paste.






Archangel Apply Infusions and Memory Hardware Powders, working with water and a fine paintbrush.





Paperclay Element - Use the Prima mould with the paperclay. Once dry, break off a piece and apply the Infusions and Memory Hardware Powders.






Assemble - Wind chain around the heart. Layer the R&As with scraps of resin paper and rusted fabric. 









Until next time.

Wishes

Lynne

27 comments:

  1. Absolutely beautiful!!! I love the aged and refined look and holy smokes! No stamping??!! Who is this and what have you done with Lynne???? ;) Thanks for sharing your beautiful work with us.

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    1. Imagine .... no stamping!!! Lynne is in hiding under Christmas presents that still need to be gift wrapped!
      Lynne x

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  2. stunning! this is a beautiful creation!

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    1. Heather, thank you so much for taking the trouble to visit.
      Wishes
      Lynne

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    1. Yasmin, thank you so much! Appreciate your words.
      Wishes
      Lynne

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  4. Absolutely gorgeous Lynne, wonderful use of all those mediums, this really does look like a relic (in the nicest possible way of course!). Anne xx

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    1. A relic made by a relic LOL - I know what you mean and I appreciate it, I really do - thank you Anne x

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  5. Wow! This is amazing Lynne! So inspiring! Xx

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    1. Alison, many thanks - appreciate those words x

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  6. A stunningly beautiful creation Lynne, love it!
    Fliss xx

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  7. Gorgeousness Lynne this is beautiful!!!

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  8. Oh Lynne this is the most beautiful hear ever. Your warrior is stunning and so wonderfully distressed and painted, and the heart so amazing with the stenciling and broken piece of Prima mould. The rusted fabrics, and Dresden trims is the finishing touch making it all the more fabulous!! Dorthe, xx I could look at it forever !!

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    1. Thank you so much Dorthe. I will ask Laura if she will be stocking the Dresden Trims. Always appreciate your visits here xx

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  9. Love this one, it's my favourite of the Prima relics
    Hugs
    Donna xx

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    1. Donna, I'd been saving this R&A waiting for the "right" project! I've a terrible habit of "saving" items LOL.
      Thank yo so much xx

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  10. What a stunning inspirational project Lynne, love it.
    Julie x

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    1. Sherry, I had been saving the Archangel R&A but finally found a home for it :) Thank you, means so much the reaction I've received!
      Wishes
      Lynne

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    1. So glad you liked this - many, many thanks!
      Wishes
      Lynne

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  13. What gorgeous work!! This piece has everything I love about it.

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    1. Thank you so much! I so enjoyed working on this - amazed at the lovely reaction.
      Wishes
      Lynne

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  14. I didn't expect such a reaction - thank you everyone!xx

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