|My niece Emma in 2003|
For this layout I used 2 pieces of a 49 and Market paper. I used the backside of the second sheet to make the die-cuts.
|49 and Market|
Looking Through - Lilac
I did some stencilling on the background with Mowed Lawn Distress Ink using a Clarity stencil brush.
These are the dies I used:
As usual, I layered the die-cuts over a darker version and offset them slightly to accentuate the edges.
These are the chipboard pieces I used:
Fancy Trim #4
I painted the Ariel Spray green then did a crackle glaze overtop. I brushed a brown glaze made from matte soft gel and brown paint over it to accentuate the cracks but the crackle hadn't cracked very much. I didn't like how that looked so I lightly rubbed some purple and white paint overtop with my fingertip.
I painted the Fancy Trim #4 dark grey then lightly dabbed some purple and white paint on top with a sponge stippler.
The medallions were made with a mold and Sculpey Ultra Light then painted.
|Prima - Iron Orchid Designs|
Oh My Tracy! This one "speaks" to me big time!! Love those purples!! And you have me convinced that I 'need' a set of clarity brushes - LOL! This layout is precious and I love all of the different techniques & textures! BEAUTIFUL!ReplyDelete