I began as before by brayering neutral Fresco colours onto my page and this time added some Fresco Sky for added life!
I once again mixed neutral Fresco paint with Grungepaste and applied it with my palette knife, adding assorted mica flakes before it dried and a little Frantage aged Gold embossing powder.
I then built up my page with assorted wartime pages which were torn and distressed, another image of a girl with flowers, some lace and fabric. I chose Lin Brown sentiment and stamped it onto manuscript paper. Finished it off with an anchor button to continue the forces story.
I got a lot of pleasure from this page and will progress to more of this theme.
Hazel, this is fabulous - even better, if possible, than the first one!ReplyDelete
Wow, you're definitely on a roll here Hazel. Another wonderful page and such a pretty image. I can see you're having fun.ReplyDelete
Ooh fabulous make Hazel, you're really getting into this style - fantastic xxxReplyDelete
Really stunning Hazel.ReplyDelete
What an interesting background, so many wonderful textures.ReplyDelete
I think sometimes it's needed to have a break from doing challenges to get the mojo flowing again, looks like it's working!
Utterly in love with this, Hazel - colours (right up my street), composition, gorgeous vintage ephemera and scraps, and the mica flakes lift it onto another level - just brilliant!ReplyDelete
Another stunning page Hazel! xxxReplyDelete
I love what you have done with these 2 pieces xxReplyDelete