Friday, August 19, 2016

Sweet ***49 and Market***

Hello, today I am here to share with you a LO I did using 49 and Markets, Vintage Artistry Collection, Rustic Barn Blooms, Gabi's Butterflies are free stamp & burlap ribbon...

The photo's are of one of our Papillons

The 49 and Market used: http://www.49andmarket.com/shop/
The Report VA 4543
The Report
Speciman VA 4536
Specimen
Tattered VA 4550
Tattered
Vintage Artistry Ephemera Cut Out Sheet VA 4574
Vintage Artistry Ephemera Cut Out Sheet
Floral Fauna Cut Out VA 4567
Vintage Artistry Flora and Fauna Cut Out Sheet
Gabi Butterflies are free Stamp Set GP4611
Gabi's Butterflies are Free Stamp
Rustic Barn Medium Blooms RB 84321
Rustic Barn Medium Blooms
Rustic Barn Small Blooms RB 84338
Rustic Barn Small Blooms
Rustic Melon And Burlap Bloom Mix RB 84307
Rustic Barn Melon and Burlap Blooms
Burlap Ribbon - Natural 4" X 1m RB 84383
Burlap Ribbon Natural

The Scrapbook Diaries retails the 49 and Market products: https://www.thescrapbookdiaries.com/product-tag/49-and-market/

Other products from The Scrapbook Diaries I used:
PRILLS Heart of Gold

FilmStrip
FilmStrip
Filmstrips small
Filmstrips small
String Frames small
String Frame set small
Ferns
Ferns
Grass Cluster #1
Grass Cluster #1
mini Branches #2
mini Branches #2
Word Pack #14
Word Pack #14
Here are some close ups...

I cut a few strips from the Tattered sheet & Specimen-BS sheet, distressed the edges then glued them onto the Report sheet. I then hand stitched these together. The doily used is a Tim Holtz die, using the tattered sheet...


Shows layers & flower cluster using burlap ribbon, doily, Rustic Blooms & Dusty Attic Chipboard....

I stained the film strip with Tim Holtz Vintage Photo stain. I painted the grass & mini branches with clear crackle & once the crackle dried I painted the chipboard pieces with LuminArt Emperors Gold,then inked the edges...

I glued Prills on to the grass tops....

Here are a few more close ups...











Thank you so much for taking the time to Look.....Rachelle

2 comments:

  1. Fabulous work Rachelle! I bet it's even more beautiful in person!

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