Hello, today I am here to share with you, a LO & a card I made using 49 and Market’s Vintage Artistry Collection, Rustic Blooms, Garden Blooms, Garden Vines ,Burlap Trim & Dusty Attic Chipboard & Stencils. I did step by step photo Tuts, on both projects….
The Future is Bright
Yes, the Future is Bright, can’t wait to see what new designs, “Janene”, “49 and Market” comes up with for the year 2017, loved all of 2016!!!!
The 49 and Market used:
The Dusty Attic used:
Other elements used: clear gesso, white gesso, clear crackle paint,Dreamweaver translucent paste, LuminArt H20- iridescent gold & Heavenly White, Prima Snow Flake texture paste, Prima glass glitter-pearl, Prima say it in crystals, Prima Pearls, corrugated paper, lace, pinecones
I cut the top of the Tattered sheet, at a angle, then painted it with clear gesso…
Did some stencil work, using Dusty Attic’s Bubble Stencil & Dreamweaver Translucent paste…
Once the stencil work dried, I glued the Tattered Sheet,onto cardstock & painted the Stencil work with LuminArt- iridescent Gold-H20…
I primed the corrugated paper with clear gesso, then painted it with clear crackle paint. Once that had dried, I glued ribbon under, then glued on the top piece of the tattered…
I painted the corrugated paper, with the iridescent gold, then using a brush, I applied the snow texture
and sprinkled on some Prima Glass Glitter-Pearl, on the wet texture
Primed the woodland pieces, with clear gesso, then painted them with white crackle paint, once the crackle dried, I applied the snow texture, to the outside edges, and sprinkled on glass glitter. on to the wet texture. I glued the photo onto card stock, then glued the dried woodland on.
I let the glue dry, then filled in with more snow texture & glitter..
Trimmed of the excess cardstock & glued it on to burlap..
All chipboard was primed with clear gesso,except for the icicles, I primed them with white gesso. I painted the pieces of chipboard, with clear crackle paint…
Once the crackle dried, I painted most of the pieces with LuminArt H20 iridescent gold, I used LuminArt H20-Heavenly White on the icicles. I applied snow texture paste, using a brush, & sprinkled on the glass glitter pearl, while the texture was still wet…
I painted the flowers, with perfect peals mists, biscotti, let dry, then I applied the outside edges ,with the snow texture, sprinkling on the glass glitter, on the wet texture. I put drops of glue, on the flower centers & sprinkled on some glass glitter…
Glued the top, on to the background..
Glued on the star banner…
Glued on a piece of scrap chipboard, to raise the photo..
Glued on the gem drop border, that I glued lace on to
Glued the icicles on to the lace. Wrapped Burlap around the photo & glued the photo down…
Glued on the Title & branches
& a burlap bow
Glued on rustic & garden blooms & more branches
Glued on more flowers
Added a few more flowers
Added the stars & crystals to the star banner…
Added more branches, in the large cluster, Also made 2 more clusters…
Added pine cones & pearls into the clusters..
Sparkle & Shine
The 49 and Market used
The Dusty Attic used:
Other Elements used: Other elements used: clear gesso, white gesso, clear crackle paint,Dreamweaver translucent paste, LuminArt H20- iridescent gold & Heavenly White, Prima Snow Flake texture paste, Prima glass glitter-pearl, Prima say it in crystals, Prima Pearls,Tim Holtz distressed glitter-clear rock candy, Tim Holtz Distress Glitter Dust-Vintage Platium
Primed with clear gesso..
On the 6×6 tattered sheet, I did some stencil work, using DA stencil- sparkle & translucent paste, I also did stencil work, on the Specimen sheet, using the DA- threaded Bead -stencil & the translucent paste
Primed the chipboard with clear gesso, except for the icicle, I primed it with white gesso
Applied Snow flake paste & glass glitter
Painted with LuminArt H20, Heavenly White (white flower) & iridescent gold (cream flower)
Painted chipboard with clear crackle
Applied Snowflake paste & glitter
Glued these pieces onto cardstock
then this piece
& this piece
glued on icicle
applied snow texture & glitter
glued doily under, painted the stencil work, with heavenly white H20
added holly flourish
added part of the title & swirly Christmas Tree
added sparkle & star
Started a cluster, with garden vines & pine sprigs
added more to the first cluster & started 2 more
added stars to the clusters
added pearls to the clusters
added DA pearls, to the swirly tree
added fancy trim #2
I did not have the glass glitter, our local store got some in, so I reapplied the snow texture, sprinkling on the Prima glass glitter-pearl over the wet texture. I do not like the snow texture, by itself, it is the glass glitter, that brings it to life.
May this holiday season sparkle and shine, may all of your wishes and dreams come true, and may you feel this happiness all year round……See you in 2017…..Rachelle