Plaque

Happy Sunday everyone, I hope you have been enjoying your day. I have been in the art room most of the day playing. I made some moulds which I ended up throwing away as they didn't do want I wanted. I will have to give that another try!

I then used some moulds I already had and made some hearts and roses to use on projects. I also played with some clay. 

Then my attention turned to my documented life journal which, I haven't touched yet. I added some extra paper to a couple of months and decorated the front. I was inspired to do this by Lorraine Bell which you can check out for yourself here for a very small fee. I will put up picture's later but want to get this post finished as I want to enter it into a challenge at Paper Artsy which you can see here.

So back to my plaque. I was thinking of getting my UTEE out today so this became the perfect project.

I aged my plaque with crackle glaze and then stamped some borders and corners from the hot picks range from paper artsy. Next I stamped my centre piece. I distressed round the edge. In this photo you can see that I didn't line up the corners as well as I could which breaks the symmetry. Further on you will see that I added embellishments to off set the distraction. 


Next I added some roses and and metal embellishment. I added some treasure gold in white fire to the embellishments



then my utee. 



This is a very quick blog but I was running out of time and my OH was calling to say dinner was ready. 

Thank for looking Debx 

Deborah Wainwright
Deborah Wainwright

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8 comments:

  1. I meant to have a go at one of these too, but the day has passed me by, doing nothing!! It looks lovely, well done.

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  2. Looks great, glad you are playing along with DLP too.

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  3. Beautiful Deborah. Made me smile! Elegant and interesting. X

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  4. Beautiful plaque Deborah and well done on finishing another entry to the PA challenge this week. Lurve the UTEE!

    Hugs
    Lesley Xx

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  5. fabulous, Deborah! I am cooking right now! Also trying to look after my mum so I'll be brief too. Well done - two gorgeous projects this week. Love that LP image and the way you've used it! xxx

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  6. Lovely plaque Deb, love all the white space, looks really effective like an old painted tile. The gloss really makes it look vintage and shabby chic.

    Sam xx

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  7. Great plaque Deborah, looks like you had fun! Love how CAS the colours you have used are fab. Glad you had a play with UTEE it is one of my fave products :-) xxx

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