Ooh different for me.

Hello everyone, and welcome my home on the web. I love sharing my creations with you all and when you leave a comment I shine lol. I love being part of this community and interacting with so many talented people. It blows me away sometimes with just how beautiful this community is with such special pieces of art being slaved over passionately and shared freely. If you think about it is amazing!

With that said here is my piece I created with a challenges in mind. Over at The Funky Junky  blog the new  theme is 'Say It'. Make your sentiment the focus. 

I took an old page I had started but never got anywhere with to use as my base.

 Above I am placing elements around to see where they look best. I didn't take many photos as I got carried away. I've included some close up so you can see some of the detail.

I created a frame around the centre part using Crackle Paint by DecoArt. I masked off several areas with Vaseline as I was after a peeled paint look. There are lots of videos on You Tube to demonstrate this.

I took a handful of paper flowers from my stash and sprayed them with Tea Stain Distress Stain by Ranger. For me they were too dark so I sprayed them with water and as they were drying dripped Acrylic Ink on them which gave me an effect with which I was okay. 


Above you can see some tiny roses and leaves which are from my hand carved stamps. I used Rose and Fern Archival Ink from Ranger.


As the feature is a focus on the words I placed my card more central. Both cards are from a Gilded Lily paper pad by Graphics 45. Around the words and several areas on the page I applied Metallic Lustre in Champaigne, from DecoArt. I also added some lace which had Potting Shed Archival Ink applied to some edges.

And altogether 


I hope you like this different page from me. I enjoyed completing it :)

See you soon Debs xxx
Deborah Wainwright
Deborah Wainwright

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5 comments:

  1. Wow, this is different for you Debs but it's good to be multi talented and you are certainly that my lovely bloggy buddy ;)
    Wonderful make,beautifully vintage
    Big hugs
    Donna xxx

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  2. Love your page. It is so feminine, which is perfect for that sentiment and the vintage image. Your flowers are lovely as is the colour palette. Thanks for joining us at Frilly and Funkie.
    Hugs!
    Cec

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  3. Totally ADORE this Debs. The sentiment is soooo PERFECT with the picture - eheheheh! Just love those dresses and that era. And your background is sooooooooooooooooo PRETTY. That crackle paint looks great. WONDERFUL creativity. j.

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  4. Totally ADORE this Debs. The sentiment is soooo PERFECT with the picture - eheheheh! Just love those dresses and that era. And your background is sooooooooooooooooo PRETTY. That crackle paint looks great. WONDERFUL creativity. j.

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  5. Such a beautiful page Debs! Love how you've altered those flowers to work so well with the sentiment and lovely picture. Thank you for joining us at Frilly and Funkie. Jenny x

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Hugs Debs xxx

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