I started by cutting up cereal boxes for my letters , gessoed the fronts and rubbed them into Dylusion inks on my craft mat.
Next I arranged my houses along the letters and rubbed Black Soot Distress ink around the edges. It got very messy and looks quite industrial with all the soot!
I mounted the letters onto black card and glued a ribbon on the back. I wanted to make a hanging rather than a concertina stand up because I am running out of places to stand things but can always hang them up.
Loving your work today Hazel. This is fab! You are such a clever bean!!!!ReplyDelete
what a great take on the challenge! JUst love the bright colours against the black to highlight them.ReplyDelete
Oooh brilliant xxxReplyDelete
Wonderful take on the challenge!ReplyDelete
Great project, love that you changed it up to a wall hanging.
This is such an imaginative take on Helen's project. So effective,ReplyDelete
Fabulous, running out of compliments for your work Hazel.ReplyDelete
What a good idea, very clever looks great!!! MrgretReplyDelete
This is a great take on Helen's project.ReplyDelete
Really well done!
I so need that set!
I love how you interpreted the challenge Hazel you really think outside the box which is so great. Love what you created a really fab wall hanging. You clever girl xxxReplyDelete
Another really great idea I love the grunge paste on acetate it looks really great. The stamping and colour is very lush too. Fantastic xxxReplyDelete
Looks Fab hunni! Well done. xxxReplyDelete
Dear Hazel, please slow down, you're making me feel completely inadequate. ;-) Seriously, that was a great idea & it is gorgeous.ReplyDelete
It looks fantastic Hazel, I love the bright colours and what you've done with the houses and letters is really clever.ReplyDelete
Well, I love Helen's idea and Your take on it is stupendous! Hazel, you are a phenomenon! How do you do it? You are so creative and such energy! It's always a joy to visit and see what you've been up to: it's always sure to be original and stunning. Julie Ann xxxReplyDelete
Another stunning idea. Colours so beautiful and Darcy's stamps is great fun used. xxReplyDelete
Wow fabulous bright and cheery xReplyDelete
Another brilliant make Hazel! I ditto Kirsten's comment, lol!ReplyDelete