There really is no specific season for celebrating ones love for one another and so I share with you a wedding assemblage project made with products available from the 14 Craft Bar website where the store owner has assembled a collection of beautiful products that make creating such items of home decor really easy.
I started with the plywood window picture frame. I cut backing pieces collection Grow Old with Me and adhered them to the back piece with glue. Before assembling the frame I colored the wood with vintage photo distress oxide.
I then fussy cut loads of the flowers and leaves from other papers in the collection and added them to the frame. I cut butterflies from the butterflies sheet. The bride and groom were created using a mold and air dry clay.
Having collected all of my bits and pieces together I added them to the frame using dimensional glue.
For additional texture I tucked in lots of pieces of greenery.
To finish the piece I added some carnations made from foamiran.
Hello, dear friends! Olga is here today to share with you some new portion of inspiration. Even though summer is far behind us and we all set a Christmas mood, the ray of sunshine and a birdsong remind about those glorious days. My today's card is a tribute to bright and warm summer days as a present for a lady born in autumn.
I love to create little diorama and knew that the chipboard leprechaun house would be just perfect for such a creation along side the leprechaun's, mushrooms and butterflies.
I started by assembling the house and then added a layer of sand texture paste to the surfaces before adding pigment powders for added color.
I colored the leprechauns, mushrooms and fence pieces with acrylic paints.
These were then added to the base along with a moss affect paste to make a green surface for the garden of the house.
I layered some cheesecloth on the roof for texture and added mini bush stamens in assorted colors from the shop and tiny foamiran flowers. I added some small terracotta pots and filled these with foamiran flowers and stamens. For the house and garden I added sprigs of plastic leaves available in the shop plus lots of tiny flowers made using Lady E tiny flowers dies and ecru colored foamiran. I finally added a scattering of a product called flower soft to enhance the overall affect.