Aged Pencil Box

Hello, welcome back. I have started to build up my collection of pencils which currently are separated into water soluable and not. Using them more and started to prefer some to others, I thought it would be a good idea to start separating them even further and as I had this box it seemed ideal.

I coated  the top in French Roast from Paper Artsy and when dry added my crackle glaze  also from PA and dried it with the heat gun. To finish I added a coat of Vintage Lace. I knew not to put my brush back over the paint but did it anyway in the opposite direction. This pulled the pain, I still like the effect.



I sanded this down once dry and edged it in Treasure Gold Amythyst. 



I stamped the flower scene from IndigoBlu Poppy Meadow as well as the  sentiment. The edges I stamped with JOFY mini 34 and coloured with water colour pencils. I added some contrasting colours using prismacolour pencils


It's really difficult to take a picture of it but I hope you get it? 




Thanks for looking xxx


Deborah Wainwright
Deborah Wainwright

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4 comments:

  1. Great way to store loose pencils, love the decoration on your box.

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  2. Love the way that you went for contrasting pencil colours. Can't really see the whole box but it does look really fab. Nice sentiment....not got that one! Xx

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  3. Would be great to see the finished box you tease, lol. Pics show some fab finishes, looking forward to the reveal:-) xxx

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  4. This box looks fab and your crackle came out brilliantly

    Sam xxx

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