The flowers were sprayed with Rizzo's Rowdy Red Flat Fabio spray. I die cut some leaves and sprayed them using T-bird Turquoise then topped it off with Azure-Sea-Asters.
I sprayed the butterfly with Rizzo's Rowdy red, then heat embossed it with Starbright Gold Green embossing powder.
I used my Silhouette to cut the corner vine from some Kraft paper. I painted it with white gesso, then sprayed it with Tibetan Poppy Teal. You can see bits of spackling tape (purchased at Home Depot) on the layout as well. I use it for added texture. You can see the closeup of the edges of the layout curled back, revealing the corrugated cardboard underneath.
I found a great little silver resin frame at Michaels for 1.00. I gave it a good coat of gesso and let it dry. Then I heat embossed it with Starbright Gold Green then sprayed it with Tibetan Poppy Teal.
Here is a closeup the frame. I love the look of patina!! That is the look I was trying to achieve. With the bits of blue and green in the Tibetan Poppy Teal, it came out perfect over the gold!! I love how some of the color just settled into the crevices of the frame.
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What a fabulous job you did on this Lisa! LOVE the distressing, cardboard usage and lovely frame/treatment!! Beautiful!ReplyDelete
This is just divine!ReplyDelete