I die cut the spiral roses using paper from the 6x6 Epiphany paper pad and sprayed them with Lindy's Stamp Gang Salt Water Taffy Starburst. I also sprayed the Dusty Attic blooms with the same color. I soaked the Spring Blooms #4 in some water, peeled the layers back a bit to give it dimension, wrinkled them up a bit and dried them. I gave them a spritz of Lindy's Stamp Gang South Shore Sand spray, flecked a bit of watered down white gesso onto it, and topped the middles with some pearls.
I used the single blooms in the Spring Bloom set and did the same technique with them.
I cut the word cherish between the R and the I to adhere it beside the frame.
The Vintage Frame #2 is simply divine. I primed it with gesso, then added a thick coating of Viva Crackle paint. Once it was dried, I sprayed it with Lindy's South Shore Sand Flat Fabio spray. The color settled in the cracks beautifully.
Here is a closeup of the Elegant Frame where you can see more detail in the crackle technique.
I love how the crackle medium looks on the French Flourish Border chipboard. Like a fine weathered piece of wrought iron.
Please join us in our March Moodboard Challenge this month for a chance to win a lovely prize pack from Dusty Attic. Here is the current Moodboard!! Isn't it lovely??!!