Another layout here today. This picture is of Blomer Pond one late afternoon a last fall. I used the Flying Unicorn June Kit of the Month and Prima’s salvage District collection.
I used the same paint, painted a mould, then added some crackle glaze over the top. After the glaze dried, which should be done nauturally, I added some antiquing base to it, and let that dry. Then removed the excess with a moist cloth.
I cut some steps of paper and and stamped the chippie with some black ink. And distressed the edges with some ink.
I added some texture with some gesso and splattered some more. The nice thing is the weather was beautiful outside and I got to get some scrap on with a cold glass of wine and a beautiful view of my gardens.
I used some fixadent and some mica powder silver to make a mixture that I could splatter.
Now for assembly.
I started to layer the scraps of paper and some cheese cloth for some texture. I originally was not going to had any flowers but I just couldn’t resist. A very subtle little cluster.
Love how from different angles you see the shine and then you don’t. Gorgeous.
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Prima: Finnabair Mica Powder Pale Silver, Art Alchemy Metallique Silver Spoon, Salvage District Flowers the Afternoon, Marble Court, SIIC, French Riviera SIIC, Anchors and Shell Stencil, IOD Moulds 1.
13@rts: Ayeeda Gesso Black, Ayeeda Mist Pastel Black, Chalk Grey
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