Monday, 12 October 2015

Mini Wooden Makes


So following on from yesterday's post on how I textured the backgrounds, here's what I did with the wooden pieces.


Added two sets of wings, a crackled heart, a rustic skull and rusty nails and a couple of metal embellishments.


Close up of the heart, skull and rusty nails.


Mini tag with another crackled heart and antiquing cream. Skull and spider and then a rustic handle holding the clock hands.


Close up of the spider and handle.


And finally the heart which I mounted onto a piece of card along with cogs, skulls and washers.


And again another close up of various pieces.

All products used are from the decoart range which you can find here.

I'm also entering into this months challenge over at Country View Crafts as they have a theme of texture.

13 comments:

chrissie said...

You certainly used the makes in wonderful ways Sam. I love all of them

Chrissie xx

Amanda said...

Love how these had ended up, looks fab
Love
Amanda x

Tia Otto said...

Great job with all the skulls! Love the winged skull, all the textures, and cogs you included in your designs. Very inspiring.

Helen said...

I love what you made with yesterday's first stage, Sam, they all look fantastic.

Sid said...

The results are fabulous Sam !

Sandy said...

Wow Sam - you certainly are good with minis. These are certainly wonderful!!
Sandy xx

craftytrog said...

These look amazing Sam....off to see how you did the texture! xxx

hazel said...

Love what you've done with your samples, they've turned out fabulous.
xxx Hazel.

Kirsten Alicia Sheridan said...

They're fantastic! I love the textured backgrounds.

Doreen said...

These are all just gorgeous,thanks for sharing with us at Country View.xxx

Deborah Wainwright said...

Wow Sam the backgrounds are perfect for what you have done with them. Each one is fabulous. The rust looks amazing xxx

Candy C said...

These are some very cool pieces using some neat rusting and crackling techniques. Love all of your texture and coloring of each one.

butterfly said...

Such cool textures and techniques - these are fab!
Alison xx

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