Monday, 17 August 2015

Spread your Wings


And for the final piece of corrugated I used English red oxide antiquing cream, a wooden frame which I coloured with a mix of chalky paints to get the purple and a bit of stamping on it with black stazon, the butterfly is from a Finn set and coloured with distress markers. The inside of the niche has a domed embellishment which I made a good while ago when I had my melt pot out! I painted the wooden cogs and stamped script over them.

Products used from the DecoArt range.

8 comments:

butterfly said...

Great textured frame - sounds as though this is one of a series... off to check out what else you've been up to.
Alison xx

Lesley Ebdon said...

Looks great Sam! Love what you do with corrugated cardboard and that frame looks fab.

Hugs
Lesley Xx

chrissie said...

This is so lovely Sam. A peaceful shrine for a busy life

Love Chrissie xx

Helen said...

always love your corrugated pieces, Sam - this is lovely!

Corrie Herriman said...

Love corrugated cardboard and love this ! You've been busy !
Corrie x

craftytrog said...

A gorgeous little shrine, great techniques! xxx

Sandy said...

Wow!! I have not been around for a while and it's a darn good thing I decided to pay you a visit. I would have missed all of this! You have great ideas!!
Sandy xx

Sue said...

Really nice Sam, love the bookpage in the background xx

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