Tuesday, December 19, 2017

Some Kind of Wonderful ***49 and Market***

Hello, today I would like to share with you a Winter/Christmas LO I did using 49 and Market & Dusty Attic's Beautiful products.......
The 49 and Market used:
Sand and Sea
SS-86356 Sand and Sea Collection: Seafoam a
SS-86356 Sand and Sea Collection: Seafoam b
Cottage Life
CL-86462 Cottage Life - Rooster Row B
Rooster Row-BS
CB-86097 Cottage Blooms - Cotton
Cottage Blooms-Cotton
CB-86103 Cottage Blooms - Poppy
Cottage Blooms-Poppy
BB-86172 Blossom Blends - Poppy
Blossom Blends-Poppy
GS-86240 Garden Seeds - Cotton
Garden Seeds-Cotton
GS-86271 Garden Seeds - Poppy
Garden Seeds-Poppy
jute Cording 5-ply
 The Dusty Attic used:
Foliage #9
Foliage #9
Pine Sprigs
Pine Sprigs
Layered Flourish
Layered Flourish
Fancy trim  #2
Border Trim #2
Flower Buds
Flower Buds
Mini Captions #10
Mini Captions #10
Wordpl@y #9
Wordpl@y #9
Other Elements used: White Crackle Paint, Prima Glass Glitter Pearl, Clear Gesso, Tim Holtz Distress glitter, Prima Pearls, Liquid Pearls-Rouge, Prills Mini Pearls

For the paper layers I used Seafoam, Seafoam-BS & Rooster Row. I ripped pieces for the top right & lowers left, then painted the ripped edges with white crackle paint & sprinkled on some glass glitter onto the wet crackle....
I altered the flowers with removing the centers,  painting them with clear gesso, sprinkled on the distress glitter onto the wet gesso. I then applied a thick coat of white crackle onto the outside edges & sprinkled on glass glitter onto the wet crackle. Last step was to glue on the pearls as the flower centers...

I primed the white pieces of chipboard with white gesso & the other pieces with clear gesso. I then painted some of the pieces with clear or white crackle paint, sprinkling on glitter onto the wet paint. Once the crackle dried I applied a thick coat of the white crackle & sprinkled on some glass glitter onto the wet crackle.....

I used the rouge liquid pearls on the buds & layered flourish, & after the liquid pearls dried I painted the pieces with clear gesso & sprinkled on glitter onto the wet gesso.......Here are a few more close ups....

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

1 comment:

  1. Breathtaking! I love what you've done with distressing and "icing"! The whole frosty look to this is amazingly realistic. As always, I just look at your work in awe.