Thursday 12 September 2019

Sugar Skull Wall Art Plaque- Fiona Randall

Morning all Fiona here with a project using Andy's New Release and Previous Release Stamps and Image Transfer Sheets to create a fun piece of wall art.

I started by giving a piece of Grey Board ( 5x12 ins) a coat of grey chalk paint and then stamped all over with Watering Can Archival Ink using Andy's Distressed Wallpaper Stamp ( I absolutely this adore this stamp). Next up I cut three squares of grey board gave them a coat of tinting base and applied distress oxides and spritzed with water to create the feel of aged paper.
I then created a master board onto cardstock using distress oxides and stamped the sugar skull from Andy's new release and the moth twice from Andy's previous release with archival ink and fussy cut. The squares were then given decoration using Andy's Image Transfers from the Poe Diversity and the French Fancy sets. The squares were then attached to the background base using off cuts of grey board to give depth and dimension. The skull was then attached to the centre square using an off cut of grey board to raise. Then the moths applied at jaunty angles to complete the piece. I hope you like this as much as I do. Until the next time.

Products used.

Other Products
Ranger Archival Ink- Watering Can, Black.
Ranger Distress Oxides, Vintage Photo, Walnut Stain, Wheathered Wood.


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