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Wednesday, 31 October 2018

CAGED

Hello Crafty Peeps!!
Good Evening  ........

Today is inspirational wednesday. This time I altered a cage frame using mixedmedia techniques and Oakberry blossoms.


HC PRODUCTS USED:
HCPC-3842 Oakberry Lane Blossoms Stamp
HCD1-7200 Oakberry lane Blossoms die
HCPC-3839 Furry-Tailed Frolic stamp
HCD1-7197 Furry-Tailed Frolic Die
HCFB1-3D Blossoms Shaping mold
HCD1-7193 Leafy Accents Die
HCPC-3835 Leafy Accents Stamp
HCFB1- 467 3DLeafy Accents Shaping mold
HCDP1-288 Sweet Peony Paper Collection
RACP-482 Olive Green Archival
RACP-436 Leaf Green Archival
Sepia Archival
478455 Zig markers
HCS1-459-3 Assorted Bead Stamens Medium

OTHER PRODUCTS :
Cage Frame, White Gesso, Art stones , Acrylic paint, Opaque texture paste,  Dried moss ,Soft matt gel

INSTRUCTIONS :
Open the cage frame and apply thick layer of white gesso over it. Dry it and apply opaque texture paste.  Once it completely dry paint it using acrylic paints. Stamp the Oakberry Lane Blossoms flowers on the flower making paper using sepia ink and cut with coordinating die. Shape the flowers using flower shaping molds.  Stamp some leaves using olive green ink and cut with coordinating die. Paint the leaves using sap green archival and olive green archival.  Shape the leaves using shaping mold.

Stamp squirrels using black archival on water color paper.  Paint the squirrel images using zig markers and cut with coordinating die. Arrange the flowers, leaves and squirrels as shown in the picture. Glue dry moss inside the frame using hot melted glue.  Choose a pattern paper from the designer paper collection and cut a piece according to the frame. Glue it on the back cover of the frame. Glue some art stones using soft matt gel.  For the finished look apply sparkling dust on the flowers.










Hope you like it
Hugs
Uma

Participating in:-

Altered Eclectics

3 comments:

  1. Gorgeous project, I love your flowers! Thank you for joining us at Altered Eclectics this month, Jane (DT) :) x

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