My little plaque

Afternoon! thanks you for visiting, although this is going to a quick post as I want to get this into the Paper Artsy  challenge.

I loved what Liesbeth Fidder did which you can see by by following the link above, and wanted to catch some of the look onto my Plauque. 

I followed all Liesbeth’s techniqies until I accidentally put some embossing powder in gold around the edge. Then somehow I put some shabby blue frantage into some corners. I love  frantage,  ever since I was introduced to it by Jo Myhill. Anyway here it is.


And as my husband suddenly got interested in the post one he took 


Thanks for looking.

Debs xx


Deborah Wainwright
Deborah Wainwright

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10 comments:

  1. the frantage and gold embossing powder adds some more wonderful texture to this lovely piece, I can see why you couldn't resist adding it!!

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  2. It's beautiful Deborah and looks quite at home in the garden. X

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  3. A great plaque, and the embossing and frontage add a wonderful dimension!

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  4. Oh wow Debs, what a totally stunning piece! fabulous background with all that texture and I love what you did with the Lynne P stamp, so, so cool!!!

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  5. Fab make Deb, one question, how to you get that frantage stuff to stick? I tried putting some on something and it all just blew away, seems it doesn't stick to the versamark ink too well!!

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  6. Such an atmospheric and beautiful creation, Deborah, I love it. xxx

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  7. Looks wonderful Deb, I haven't tried frantage yet, in fact not been anywhere and seen any to buy lol I must look harder.

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  8. Stunning plaque, gorgeous colours and loads of texture. Another amazing project, thanks for the inspiration:-) xxx

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  9. This is beautiful! Gorgeous texture and I love the ocean swirls of colour in the background. Terrific plaque, Debs!
    Alison x

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