Hello Stampers! I have a feminine little wall hanging to share with you today.
Here's how I made my wall hanging.
The base is a piece of corrugated packaging that I first spritzed with Dylusions White Linen Spray. I then spritzed with Heirloom Gold Perfect Pearl Mist. So difficult to get a good photo of the sparkle, but take it from me, it looks amazing! Next, I rubbed a Walnut Stain Distress Ink Pad over the 'mountains' of the card, &, as the ink stays wet, I added gold embossing powder to it, then heat set it.
I used the Sizzix Baroque die to cut a plaque from mountboard. I first painted a layer of Weathered Wood Crackle paint, then once this was dry, I inked with Walnut Stain Distress Ink. Next, I took a floral stencil, & used a palette knife to stencil a layer of Vintage Photo Crackle Paint. Once this was dry, I added a coating of Glue & Seal. I randomly sprinkled some Gold embossing powder around the edge, & heat set it.
I stamped the lady from the Collage Lady Elements Plate onto some blank vintage book paper, using Coffee Archival ink. I cut out the image, glued it to the plaque, then glued a strip of crochet lace to look like to top of the lady's dress.
I used the Sizzix Tattered Florals Die to cut flowers from vintage music sheet. I spritzed each flower with water, then inked the alternate sizes with Vintage Photo & Weathered Wood Distress Stain. I scrunched up the flowers & allowed them to dry naturally. Once they were dry, I very carefully opened out each flower, then glued them together with Glossy Accents, adding a pearl button to the top.
I took a Glittery White Crown & inked it with a mixture of Gold Mixative & Blue Alcohol Ink. I added some tiny gold brads through the holes
I glued all the pieces together, as shown in my first photo, & finally, punched some holes with a Cropadile, & added some crochet lace to hang my art.
I hope you are inspired by my little wall hanging,
thanks for looking,