Take a blank canvas and slap on some stuff and voila! Pretttttttty! LOL!
I decided last week to have a play with some of my purchases from Senz and made some resin flowers with the Easy Cast resin and molds I bought. What to do with them? I just happened to have a blank canvas sitting there waiting to be plastered with stuff so off I went. First some gesso, and some texture paste, sprayed with glimmer mist and splattered with some alcohol inks, laid on some muslin , textured with a piece of jute and left to dry. Maybe I should've left the colouring till it was dry cos is took ages...but I'm too impatient! hehehehe.....
Then I started layering on resin and paper flowers, a couple of shells, pearls and viva pearl pens, then prayed all with more glimmermist.
Next I added some MIC chipboard dragonflies, flourishes and of course the gorgeous bird and birdcage. These I coloured with a mixture of alcohol and metallic inks , and glimmermist.
Messy and lots of fun!
Make it Crafty products used
Chipboard Exotic Flourish
Leaves from Swirling Trees
This is just gorgeous,love all the details.xxx
WOW!! Viv this is stunning! I could look at this all day...beautiful details and I just love the layout. Stunning flowers, colours, everything! :) Thought of you today when I went to the state show and watched the dog competitions! :D
This is just gorgeous Viv, beautiful details and colours,love it.
The canvas is stunning!!! Love all the colors and the elements that you added.
Awesome Viv - always fun to play with new stuff.
This is soooo pretty. I would NEVEr be able to do this but the colors and the texture on the canvas make it sooo beautiful!!!!
You're so brave! (LOL)
I have been M.I.A in blogland recently, so I am on a major catch up. Hopefully life has settled down a little now and I can be a more regular visitor. I have enjoyed having a good look round your blog to check out all that I have missed. You have so many gorgeous creations here thanks for all your inspirations!
that's hilarious!!! Very beautiful and I just looooooooooooooove it!!! Well done, lady!!
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