Tuesday, 26 May 2015

Collage stamp

Hello Everyone, 
Shilpa here,


I've used Artistic stamper Collage Art  stamp here.


I started with Burlap panel for background, applied gesso randomly and let it dry completely.
Onto that I applied Broken China distress paint with dauber.


You will find..I adhered old book paper here and stamped text with Ranger Archival ink and 
Further, I stenciled with acrylic paint. 


I stamped Collage stamp and sentiment with black Archival ink, colored the whole panel with Broken china and vintage photo distress paint.


I added watch charm and black arrow. Also adhered tissue tape.

Hope you liked this masculine project.

Thanks so much for stopping by.

 
 
 

15 comments:

Vintagehandmade said...

Wooow, what a fantastic masculine piece, Shilpa! Amazing textures and fabulous stamping! Love all the layers and colours there! Brilliant design!
Hugs :)
Branka xxx

Titbelsoeur, mixed-media addict said...

This is such a great page, Shilpa !! Amazing !

Astrid Maclean said...

Gorgeous vintage piece, great use of those stamps!

Rupa S said...

Lovely vintage masculine project, Shilpa. Great stamps.

craftytrog said...

Love this Shilpa, one of my favourite AS stamps! xx

Hussena said...

Wow !! what a fabulous masculine project Shilpa ..love the textures and the way you have created the background ..Fantastic work !!

Dee Adams said...

Brilliant x

Sid said...

Fab project !!

Reusing Cards & Quilling said...

Its Awesome ,loved the grungy look :)

lafée said...

superbe carte masculine. Bravo.

mamablitger said...

Shilpa what a fantastic masculine layout. LOVE your colors and the way you build up the burlap panel.. Thank you so much for sharing.
Hugs from Monica.. Spain

Corrie Herriman said...

Gorgeous !
Corrie x

Pamellia Johnson said...

What a wonderful collage Shilpa! I love the burlap background and the neutrals are so perfect for a masculine creation! hugs :)

rachel said...

this is awesome Shilpa - really brilliant! Love it to bits! Hugs rachel x

JackieP Neal said...

Beautiful Shilpa!! The grungy,vintage look is fabulous!