Monday, 11 September 2017

All Geared Up Jewellery Hanger by Tracey Fairgrieve


Hello everyone, I hope you have had a creative weekend?
Today I am sharing a make that I created along with my All Geared up Pendant for the That's Crafty! Rustica Blog Challenge which incidentally there is still time to join in.


Here in words and lots of pictures is my All Geared up Jewellery Hanger:






Using a That's Crafty! Cogs Upright I first painted the whole surface in Black gesso and applied texture sand paste in areas. I then created the rusted colour by painting on a coating each of Red, Chestnut and Metallic Bronze Multi Surface Paint and heat set to create a few more blisters on the surface.






Dots of Teal and White Multi Surface paint adds a touch of patina.






The large Surfaces Cogs were painted the same way as the Upright.







With highlights of Orange Shimmer paint and Metallic Gold Multi Surface paints the elements are ready to be glued onto the upright.







Glued onto the upright detail and shadow was stippled
on using small amounts of Prussian Blue by DecoArt.






Using 3D glue raises the elements away from the upright 
allowing enough room to hang and hold jewellery behind them.






Finally each corner of the base was embellished with bolts from the Large Cogs set, completing my Jewellery Hanger holding a small selection 
of my handmade jewellery.






The beauty of this upright Jewellery Holder is that you can 
use both sides and it looks so pretty when on display.

Thank you for sharing your time again today and please do check out the 

Take care and Stay safe until next time everybody.

Crafty Hugs

Tracey xx

Crafty Supplies:


That's Crafty! Surfaces MDF Cogs Upright
That's Crafty! Surfaces Bits & Pieces Large Cogs
That's Crafty! Multi Surface Paint
That's Crafty! Black Gesso
That's Crafty! Shimmer Paints
DecoArt Media Paint Prussian Blue Hue

23 comments:

  1. Amazing Tracey. Fabulous make. Love it.
    Bev. xxx

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    1. I'm so glad you like it Melina, Thank you very much xx

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  3. Love love love the colours and texture on this, what a fabulous make
    Love
    Amanda x

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  4. A totally amazing creation Tracey. Such fabulous texture and rusty effects on the cogs and the whole construction is so clever too. A stunning piece of steampunk.
    Fliss xxx

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    1. Really glad you like it Fliss, Thank you kindly. Sorry for the late reply it's been an eventful day xx

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  5. Wow this has me lost for words....very unusual as it is......I'm just in awe of this amazing creation Tracey
    Hugs
    Donna xx

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  6. This is amazing Tracey... Love it!

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  7. You are amazing, your creativity is amazing and I love this amazing result.xxx [aNNie]

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  8. Fantastic piece Tracey! Love your arty jewellery too!
    Alison xx

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    1. Thank you for popping over Alison, glad you like it xx

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  9. Coolest jewellery storage ever! Brilliant rusty textures and colours and how perfectly the grungy gears display the arty jewellery.
    Alison x

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    1. Hee hee.. Thank you Alison, it holds so much and a lot handier than rummaging through a jewellery box to find that hidden earring xx

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  10. This is gorgeous Tracey, just wonderful, and your jewelry looks fab! xx

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    1. Really pleased you like it Sue, thank you for stopping by xx

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  11. Tracey,
    Such a clever idea to make a jewellery hanger, love this project that it looks great but is also practical.
    Wishes
    Lynne

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