All the challenges on Paperartsy this week have been exciting but I was blown away by Lucy Edmunson's gorgeous Wooden house. So fresh, bright and just glorious. What a clever use of Grungepaste.
This one doesn't need much explanation, I just followed Lucy's clear instructions. I chose the pig because Lucy mentioned that this technique works on curves.
Fresco paints used:-
The only extras that I did were printing flowers onto tissue through a stencil for the feet and die cutting tissue leaves.
Lucy, your work is fabulous and you are so sweet, thank you for sharing your work with us. xx
oh WOW!! How fabulous this looks.... I absolutely love it!ReplyDelete
Gorgeous. Love his button nose. I have a special place in my heart for pigs.ReplyDelete
Oh my goodness I love this so much hazel! You have done a wonderful job as you always do. I really love that you have embraced the idea of the technique by using something that is an awkward shape to stencil on normally. Brill! And you have made something in my image, lol!ReplyDelete
Thank you so much for playing along and being such a good sport with your craft piggy!
That is absolutely amazing Hazel, love it, a great idea!!! fabulous!!! MargaretReplyDelete
Absolutely fantastic Hazel, you love your piggies don't ya!!!ReplyDelete
How fabulous to see another flirty piggy in your stash. Love how CAS/fresh you have decorated her. Beatiful interpretation of Lucy's project. Thanks for the smile:-) xxxReplyDelete
Love your little piggy, all bright and fresh looking. Great interpretation of Lucy post xxxReplyDelete
Love, love, love!!! xxxReplyDelete
How pretty your piggy again! This is another stunning! I love the buttons and color schemes your used xxReplyDelete
Sooooo pretty! Love the colours. Well done Hazel! XReplyDelete
Textural, bright, fun, this would be perfect for a child's bedroom!ReplyDelete
Hazel! I'm in love! With your gorgeous piggy! You have really embraced Lucy's lovely technique and made something so brilliant! Those orange flowers are perfect and the sentiment too. This is inspired! What a useful hint that GP stenciling on tissue has been. Julie Ann xxxReplyDelete
What a fab little piggy! :)ReplyDelete
Love, love, love your pig!! Was already excited at the paint line-up photo... and the finished porker is a treat!ReplyDelete
Good grief, I LOVE that pig!!! She looks absolutely gorgeous.ReplyDelete
I want one - this is so fun...love it xxReplyDelete
my daughter would love your pig, she has pigs every where, she even worked with them, I think he is gorgeousReplyDelete
Wow wow wow absolutely gorgeous stunning little piggy, he looks so bright and funky now in his new paint attire, amazing :-) Kezzy xxxReplyDelete
Oh this is fabulous, I love it! I now need to add a pig to my wish list lol xxReplyDelete
Love this, I bet it was so fun to make!ReplyDelete
Aw, love your bright and cheery little pig. He would bring a smile to anyone's face and the pink button for his nose is so cute. Lovely take on Lucy pretty house.ReplyDelete