All in Helen Chilton


For my post this week I've taken an acrylic square and combined it with Lynne's flower stamps and the Multi Surface Paints. I love the acrylic as you can add so many layers.

I've overstamped several of the wildflower stamps and touched up with the Posca pen where necessary. If the stamping goes wrong it's very easy to rub it off and start again.

Then I've flipped the acrylic over and painted on the back. I've used three different types of the Multi-Surface Paint - Metallic Purple, Interference Lilac and Lime - as I wanted to see how they all worked together.

I then like layering the acrylic onto patterned paper for even more depth so decided to try out some of the 13 Arts paper - lovely designs and a good weight. I just ripped it diagonally and put it back together to fit as I wanted the lavender in both corners. Put your glue behind the painted flowers so it's not visible.

Then just add white embossed flowers:

and some text on a bit more paper:

And there you have it, so why not have a go!


That's Crafty! Surfaces: Acrylic Square Wall Hanging
That's Crafty! Clear Stamps Sets: Lynne's Wildflowers Sets 1 and 2
That's Crafty! Multi Surface Paints: Interference Lilac, Lime
That's Crafty! Metallic Paints: Purple
13 Arts 6x6 Paper Pack: Vintage Moments
White Embossing Powder
Posca Pen: Black

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  1. Helen, what an adorable, and gorgeous creation, I love how you used Lynne`s beautiful stamps, and using the acrylic panel, is a wonderful idea. So very beautiful.
    Hugs, Dorthe x

  2. This is really beautiful Helen. Wonderful layers on the acrylic surface and it really gives such depth to your artwork.
    Fliss x


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