Rusty Wheelbarrow – Joanne Bain – Off the page project

Hi Everyone!!

Joanne here with you today the share a sweet little rusty wheelbarrow that I created using Dusty Attic chipboard. The wheelbarrow was created entirely from scratch by me, I so love how my creativity just flows when creating with the chipboard.

‘Rusty Wheelbarrow’
To create the wheel for the barrow I have used one of the small clockworks, this work perfectly for the wheel. 

The design on the side of the barrow has been created using the Fancy Borders #1 set. The actual base of the wheelbarrow also started off with one of the Fancy Borders. I cut away some of the small clockwork wide enough to glue in the tip of the fancy border.

The Wrought Iron design set has been used cut apart and used in multiple places on the wheelbarrow.

The legs and part of the handles were created using some horns from the Deer set.

The inside of the wheelbarrow has been filled with flowers and for added texture tulle which was coloured to coordinate with the colour of the wheelbarrow. I added a sprinkle of flutterbies, some Lavender stems and another small clockwork.

Another part of the front of the wheelbarrow was created using the Decorative Hinge #4 set.

The entire wheelbarrow was coloured using rust pastes and metalique paints. 

Dusty Attic
Materials List
DA1001 Lavender
DA1749 Clockworks Small
DA0768 Flutterbies #3
DA277 Fancy Corners #1
DA1977 Cogs & Gears
DA2156 Decorative Hinges #4
DA0574 Wrought Iron Design Set
DA1728 Deer Heads