Today I’m up on Dusty Attic blog with a new layout. I try to do justice to the beautiful photo of Christina Fisher call The Lady’s Boudoir.
I primed all the chipboard with white gesso and colored them with different inks: the Layered Swirl Frame, the Small Scroll #2, the Clock Face and the Paint Brushes #1 with the Bluebeard Blue Violet, the Succulent #4 with Sea Moss Green, the tip of the brushes with Tea Pot Purple ink.
I colored a few pebbles with French Lavender paint as well as the Wildflowers #3.
Before gluing all the elements of my composition, I colored the area around the design with Tea Pot Purple, Pop Rock Purple, and Bluebeard Blue Purple.
I dry brushed the Country Blooms with white gesso to tone down their color. Then I added White Pearl wax to add some shine.
To finish the layout, I added Prills and glitter.
Matériels / Materials:
Layered Swirl Frame
Mini Old Coin
Paint Brushes #1
Clock Faces and Hands
Small Scroll #2
Other products:Paper – 49 and Market (Vintage Artistry Everyday: Garden Variety);Flowers – 49 and Market (Country Blooms: Violet);Stamp – 49 and Market (1787);Starburst – Lindy’s Gang (Tea Pot Purple, Sea Grass Green);Flat Fabio – Lindy’s Gang (Pop Rock Purple);Moonshadow Mist – Lindy’s Gang (Bluebeard Blue Violet);UTEE – Ranger;Stencil – Prima (Floral Petite);Prills (Plum Crazy);Art Ingredients – Finnabair Prima (Glitter Luminous Set);Metallic Paint Art Alchemy – Finnabair Prima (French Lavender);Waxes Art Alchemy – Fnnabair Prima (White Pearl, White Gold, Aged Brass, Amethyst Magic);Art Extravagance – Finnabair Prima (Vintage Gold Icing Paste, Clear Crackle Paste);Art Basics – Finnabair Prima (Clear Gesso, Heavy White Gesso, Soft Gloss Gel, 3D Matte Gel).