Hello beautiful people.
Today I show you my second project of the month for 49 and Market. In this case, I have made a layout with an original and authentic postcard from 1905 that I bought in an old bookstore of my friend. Vintage is a style that really defines what I do as you can see.
Next, I will detail the exhaustive step by step:
1.- I have used 2 pages of the collection Vintage Artistry Butter, a 2 mm cardboard as the base and I have made layers in degradation subtracting 2 cm. I aged the edges of the paper with distress.
2.- Between layers, I added a piece of Lacey Trim – White and one of the laser cut of the collection. With cardboard between paper and paper, I have got volume enough to add all the details.
3.- With a stencil and classic texture paste, I created a base that integrates patinas and pigments.
4.- With the Vintage Artistry Butter / Lilac Rub-On Transfers and Roughly Sewn Rub-Ons in Black plus the Ticket Express Stamp Set and Pascale’s Form Stamp, I created harmony as I filled the background with details.
5.- With the Vintage Artistry Everyday Ephemera Stack, I created volume and layers on the postcard.
6.- Between the different layers I added flowers Sugar Posies – Fluff, Maura’s Vineyard – Chardonnay, Pixie Petals – Sunshine, details of Lacey Trim – White and laser cut from the collection creating the main composition next to the image and another little one to get a balanced design.
7.- Once I finish the composition, I add some details, pages of Dusty Attic previously painted with vanilla paint, roses on polyurethane also painted, moonstones of different sizes, glitter and little crystals.
8.- As a final touch I splashed with white gesso and I put some pigment on the flowers and on the background to create shadows and lights.
49 and Market products:
- Lindy’s pigments
- Texture paste, paints, and stencil of Cadence
- Mitform metals
- Dusty Attic chipboards
I really enjoyed using all these wonderful products of 49 and Market.
I hope you like it and It inspires you.
Thank you so much