Moments by Lynne Moncrieff

11:00

Hello


I came across a piece of kraft card which already had layers of Flat Matte Sprays, the Kraft coming from the That's Crafty! Surfaces Mixed Media Journal kit. It was time to actually make use of that piece of paper and decided to add more layers of sprays to it.

This is another project where I incorporate fragments, scrappy pieces of fabrics and papers, where I used the Liquid Acrylic Wax onto stained tea bag paper towards the right of the stamped leaf, which brings a translucency and another variation of textures to this panel.

Supplies

That's Crafty! Clear Stamp Set Lynne;'s Mark Making Stamps Set 1
That's Crafty! Clear Stamp Set Lynne's Affirmations Set 9
That's Crafty! Flat Matte Sprays: Aqua, Raspberry, Blackcurrant, Walnut, Sage, Basil
That's Crafty! Pearl Inks: Antique Gold, Bronze
That's Crafty! Walnut Ink Crystals and Tea Bag Paper
That's Crafty! Liquid Acrylic Wax
That's Crafty! Surfaces MDF Panel 
13Arts Ayeeda Mist: Patina, White
PaperArtsy Eclectica ECF05
Extras: scraps: calico, canvas, handmade paper.

Instructions

This was how the Kraft cardstock looked, with the inital layers of Flat Matte Sprays.


To this, adding 13Arts Patina


following with 13Arts White Mist


Once this was dry, it was adhered to the MDF Panel, onto which I then started to layer pieces of this and that and a stamped focal.

The PaperArtsy stamp, was stamped onto a piece of cardstock soaked with Walnut Ink Crystals, distressing and abrading the edges. Also inking up again, to stamp the script on three scraps of walnut ink stained rice paper.


This piece forms the focal of the collage, layering to lightly walnut ink stained rice paper, a strip of textile also stained with walnut ink crystals, which was machine stitched to a fragment of handmade paper which had been sprayed with Flat Matte Spay Basil, Sage and Walnut.


To the right of the stamped focal, a piece of stained Tea bag paper, which Liquid Acrylic Wax was applied to 


Stamped directly onto the rice paper with one of the Mark Making stamps, which I highlighted with That's Crafty! Pearl Ink.


The word moments, was taken from the Affirmation "Embrace the quiet moments" and finally, edging the panel  with Pearl Inks Antique Gold and Bronze.

Until next time,
Wishes
Lynne

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3 comments

  1. Wonderfully textural piece Lynne. The soft colours and subtle textures and little details make for an amazing collage.
    Fliss xx

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  2. Fabulous textural piece, Lynne. You have a wonderful ability to bring all the elements and colours of your creativity together so cohesively x

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