Framed

The planets have aligned once again and enabled me to create a project that I can share at my favourite blog challenges.

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Over at Sunday Stampers Hels is asking us to use a frame on our project whilst at City Crafter Challenge Blog, the birthday celebrations continue and there is another card to CASe, this time created by the lovely Kirsty.

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I started with a papier mache shadow box frame and gave it a couple of coats of gesso. I used the tissue transfer technique to add the script, which features in Kirsty’s card. I stamped with Tree Branch Archival ink, which picks up Kirsty’s base colour. After the top layer of Glue ‘n’ Seal had dried I rubbed on a little more ink and then a small amount of gold acrylic paint, taking off the excess with a baby wipe.

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The bee was stamped, using black Archival, directly to the inside of the frame. I stamped a second bee onto cardstock, coloured with Vintage Photo distress ink and Promarkers and then used glue gel to apply over the original. The Honey Bee label uses a stamp from Chocolate Baroque. I stamped onto cream card and then inked with Vintage Photo and Walnut Stain.

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To finish, and again borrowing from Kirsty’s layout, I added a paper flower in the corner.

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Thanks for buzzing by.


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Framed — 12 Comments

  1. Lisette this gem made me think of the shadow boxes in our Biology class. ( years ago when I was young :)….) It’s breathtaking. A true eye catcher and I love your use oftechniques. Thanks so much for joining us at CCCB! It’s good to have you with us!

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