Tuesday, 4 June 2013

Cameo Hanger

Lin and I have been speaking about playing with the large Oval and the Cameo dies, so I decided to give it a go and this is what I came up with.

I used vanilla and Irish cream fresco paints with crackle paste. Both pieces were brushed over with renaissance treasure gold and then I topped the upper piece up with olive bronze.   This sort of gave it a shabby chic / vintage feel, so I raided through my stamps and found this B Line Designs lady.  I stamped the image in timber brown stazon directly onto the back piece which I'd previously sanded as I'd also used the crackle on it too.  The cream fringe and ribbon were added to finish.

Over at the Ali-Craft blog there is a brand new monthly challenge which has just started in June, so I'm entering my cameo hanging.


Helen said...

Beautiful, Sam!!

Ali- craft said...

Hi Sam

just love this, my sort of project

thanks you for sending your entry over to our 1st blog challenge at Ali-Craft
ali x

Marianne said...

Very lovely!!
xxx Marianne

Carol Q said...

very vintage and ethereal Sam - lovely.

downrightcrafty said...

stunning love the fronds
Hugs Kate xx

Lin said...

Sam I love it...that stamp is gorgeous and the lovely soft colours you've used suits it perfectly!! Love those dies as you know :D

Paula Whittaker said...

super piece Sam

butterfly said...

Blimey, Sam - you're on fire at the moment! Love this delicately vintage piece - beautiful paint and stamping!
Alison x

chrissies said...

A very elegant piece Sam. Love the shapes and the colours you have chosen

Love Chrissie xx

Sue said...

This is beautiful, not typical 'Sam' in some ways, but still full of your great techniques, Love it! xx

Alison said...

Gorgeous!!! xxx

The Crafty Goat Girl said...

Fabulous entry to our first challenge. Thanks for joining in over at Ali Craft, Heidi x


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