Time flies, its been a busy couple of months, so time to catch up.
Here are my Alchemy samples for Sheena Douglass
Background made with Pebeo Deco Crème paints
and the professor stamped and painted and cut out
along with the light bulb and added to the card.
The create a flower wall stencil was used with the concrete paste, Pebeo Deco Crème paints and gilding wax. The bottles were die cut and texture added with a Sheena dotty stencil and the deco paints seed beads added with the deco gold paint
Back ground using Pebeo Deco paints and the hand and eye cut from craft card and stamped and embossed and the sentiments added.
A kraft note book, I took the spine off so I could decorate it more easily, the books, scales and leaves were die cut in black and stamped and embossed, the leaves and corner stamps were embossed around the edge. Once I stuck everything to the card I used black gesso and added gilding waxes
The note book back done in the same way as above
with the stamped and embossed sentiment
Crème deco paints in the back ground and the corner stamp embossed in
black with versafine added to the edges and embossed.
I used one of Sheena's splodge stamps with gold embossing
to look as if the test tubes were spitting out their contents and added embossed sentiments
I love this image it reminds me of our chief Inkoid Donna!!!
I stamped the books and used the Pebeo masking gum before stamping
again and the professoress behind. I used frantage embossing
powder around the edge and splattered on the background before adding the sentiments
A good excuse to scrape paint onto a canvas with the deco crème paints
and used one of the create a flower and 60's stencils to add some texture.
The die cuts were stamped and embossed and highlighted with
gilding wax and added to the canvas. I used glossy accents in the magnifying glass.
Tried to do a clean and simple one, not my forte being a messy crafter!!
Stamping, embossing and a little colour.
My 3D project, I had soooooo much fun making this!
An mdf board on a base, painted with the deco crème paint and the create a flower wall stencil used with concrete paste, leaving out a section where the bunsen burner is. Gilding flakes used on the wall to make it look burnt by the flame and all the pieces coloured and layered, and a table made out of a piece of scrap embossed card. Micro beads were added to the spillage to give texture
Thank you for visiting and I hope you have enjoyed looking at my makes
See you next time x