Hi fellow travellers.............it's Friday again and time to join in a new challenge theme at A Vintage Journey.
Our very talented Creative Guide, Jenny, is the host for this fortnight and she would love to see 'Texture'
on your projects.
Here is my 'Textured' make:
I took a canvas board and initially I added some Distress Paints as I was not quite sure where I was going with this project. ( Vintage Photo, Pickled Raspberry and Blue China)
I then decided to add some texture using Tim Holtz Bubble stencil and some randomly applied texture paste using my fingers. Once the paste was dry I sprayed Melted Chocolate and London Blue Dylusion's over the painted canvas. Treasure Gold was then applied to the raised areas.
I stamped Tim Holtz Stampers Anonymous sentiment in Blue Archival ink on to some plain cotton fabric, which was frayed along the edges. Taking some Eclectic Elements fabric I ran it through the big shot using Tim's Movers and Shapers Mini Tattered Florals and Butterfly die. I took a Distress Marker around the edges of the fabric to give more definition.. An Idea-Ology spinner completes the look x
I thought I would try and heat emboss some script on to the floral, however, I was not too successful but decided that I would continue to make the floral anyway. Once complete I really liked the added texture of the embossing powders on the EE fabric. What do you think? The floral was placed on a scrap of hessian and some wire attached :-)
For more inspiration you can see the wonderful creations that Jenny and my DT sister's have made over on the AVJ blog by clicking HERE.
Our regular sponsor is Country View Crafts, who are offering a £10 voucher to the winner of the challenge.
Remember to check out the travelling instructions to be sure of qualifying...............and most importantly make sure you have fun xx
What wonderful bright blue with gold on this lovely canvas Annie! love the embossing paste in the corners, the pretty butterfly and floral and the sentiment stamped on the fabric scrap - great textures to inspire us!ReplyDelete
Good Morning Annie. Wow, what an array of colours and textures on your canvas. Love that beautiful butterfly and the stunning rose. Have a Good Day. Hugs Mum xxxxxReplyDelete
Love your use of dark colors. Great texture and elements on this piece.ReplyDelete
Oh wow Annie, what amazing textures!! Stunning colours! (Your "China Blue" colour made me smile). I absolutely adore the butterfly out of the EE, but the flower is even more amazing, wow, the effect is incredible!! think we'll have t make some of those on our next visit!!. I also love the effect of the stamping on the fabric and the extra texture of the hessian. Brilliant make all round!ReplyDelete
I love the embossing on the flower Annie, and the fabric covered butterfly looks so good with it's spinner body. Clever lady! Jenny xReplyDelete
A lovely make with the great quote in the middle Annie!ReplyDelete
Kind regards, Alie :-)
You had my heart at 'Eclectic Elements Fabric'...oh be still my heart, that butterfly is so fabulous and the spinner for a body?? You know I think that hits the bulls eye! Your textures here are brave, exploratory and sensational as they weave the most wonderful tapestry together...and a flower to boot! What could be more perfect!ReplyDelete
Fabulous colour contrasts with a hit of metallic and gorgeous textures! The embossing powder on the fabric is kewl and I adore your fabric and spinner butterfly too. A really great project Annie! Chris xxxReplyDelete
Well I think the flower has turned out beautifully, it is a gorgeous colour and the addition of the wire and hessian are wonderful touches. Your canvas is so beautiful, the background colour is stunning and your embellies make me want to reach out and touch them. Love this! Hugs, Anne xxReplyDelete
what a wonderful canvas annie. the use of texture is fabulous. the fabric works si well. love it xxReplyDelete
Wow - I love the rich jewel colours with the gilding, and the butterfly is so cool! Gorgeous additional texture from the use of the fabric - inspired! Wonderful work.ReplyDelete
Amazing! Love the bright, bold blue and all of the textures.ReplyDelete
Reminds me of Florence! This is beautiful - especially love the fabric butterfly! ChrisxReplyDelete
A stunning canvas Annie - so rich and full of texture. I also adore that flower and love the contrasting hessian and wire with it! Nikki xxReplyDelete
Gorgeous project, i love the flower and of course the wonderful textures.ReplyDelete
I love the stamps on cotton fabric! Really cool! Wonderful textures, thanks for sharing with us your work! BArbarayayatReplyDelete
Love the canvas the flower is beautiful.ReplyDelete
Just love the idea of fabric on a project like this one - so nice. The colors are fantastic as is the entire thing. So fun to look at.ReplyDelete
A gorgeous textured canvas Annie, I just love the use of fabric for stamping on and your butterfly is divine. TFS xxxReplyDelete
A wonderful textural canvas! The butterfly and flower are both fabulous! xxReplyDelete
A gorgeous piece, fabulous textured background and great details.ReplyDelete
Annie, I love the texture and colors on your canvas board! The sentiment on fabric adds another beautiful textured layer and so does that gorgeous flower! Hugs and have a lovely weekend.ReplyDelete
Hi Annie just been mooching at all I have missed and all I can say is wow such beautiful makes. Love all the texture used on this canvas especially the butterfly with the spinner and the handmade flower. Shirl x xReplyDelete
Glorious texture on display and that butterfly is so adorable yet arty, all at the same time.ReplyDelete
Hi Annie, Love the texture you have created..I adore the flower & fabulous butterfly...Love it all... Hugs May x xReplyDelete