Hello again. Today i'm posting another of the ornaments that I have been making for Christmas.
The wooden ornament is another of the designs by Anne-Marie Designs. i coated it in white gesso and painted the word in a mixture of greens and the base in matt and metallic white.
Once dry I stamped the dinkie vintage flourish by IndigoBlu in glue and gilded it in variegated green flakes.
I stuck word to base with cosmic shimmer dries clear glue and added white puff paint by paperartsy. I also added some of this to words and heated it so it puffed up and resembles snow. I again added some cosmic shimmer and added iced diamond to it. This adds a shimmer without it being glittery.
Finally i added some embellishments in the form of moss, berries, pines beads etc.
I do hope you like it. It looks much better in real life, Theresa xx
I would like to enter this into the following challenges:
Sunday stamper - Christmas
Simon says stamp monday challenge - Holiday cards (well Holiday ornament)
As you like it challenge - favourite Christmas embellishment ( gilding flakes as they give a vintage feel and also glitter as it makes things spakle)
Country view challenge - Nostalgic Christmas
Fussy and fancy - happy holidays
Beautiful and festive Theresa! So nice to make something different isn't it? A lovely ornament to keep! XxxReplyDelete
thanks Wendy. i'm making a few to give as pressies though xxDelete
Gorgeousness indeedily.... love this lots.... Thanks for joining in with the Sunday Stamper xReplyDelete
ta Hels xxDelete
This is absolutely stunning! Wow! I love the shape of the letters and how you've made it into a piece of art as well as a holiday sentiment. Great use of subtle colors for the background and I thought it was genius of you to make the "O" look reminiscent of a wreath. This would definitely fill any space with holiday cheer and I feel thoroughly inspired after seeing it. You have a great artistic eye and I'm so glad you shared this piece with us for this week's Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge!ReplyDelete
thank you so much Andrea for your kind words xxDelete