This is a closeup of the top piece in the 3 panel display. All of the Dusty Attic chipboard that was used in this project was painted with Dusty In Colour Cashmere, dried, then Faded Denim was lightly dabbed on the pieces. When they were completely dried, the Clear Crackle Varnish was brushed on generously.
This is a closeup of the middle piece in the 3 panel display.
This is a closeup of the bottom piece in the 3 panel display.The piece are held together with small book rings in an antiqued bronze finish. I just punched holes through the cardboard.
In this closeup, you can appreciate the layers on the panels. All of the paper was mounted on corrugated cardboard. I left it in the raw form to give the piece some warmth against the gray in the paper, and lets the yellow just pop off the page.
I printed up some butterflies from my digital files, cut them out, rubbed on some Stickles for some sparkle and randomly adhered a couple of them to each of the 3 panels.
I found these great decorative hangers from Anna Griffin. This one was perfect to hang and display my sweet photos of my granddaughter.
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Ahhh...my beautiful friend. You created such a beautiful textured project of your little princess. Well done xReplyDelete