I started by experimenting with gold embossing powder onto hessian and stamping into the third layer. Forgot to mention that I then added Treasure Gold.
I then stamped onto book page, coloured with crayons and mounted up on silk and hessian and added beads etc; made some little tags and wound threads round, stamped a long panel, fresco painted, coloured and screwed up and cut out another heat embossed piece. I then played about arranging them on a canvas.
I looked at them on various background papers and decided on the same Chatsworth paper that I used for my pink version on previous blog.
So I painted around the edges of my canvas and attached the Chatsworth paper with Claudia Hellmuth matte medium.
Hardest bit was arranging and glueing my finished pieces.
I really enjoyed putting this together and trying some of Beryls multi media techniques. Long way to go but enjoying the ride!
I think you have arrived - gorgeousReplyDelete
Wow, Hazel - this is absolutely glorious! For starters, I love the gilded texture on the burlap - what an amazing technique - and then the composition of all your beautiful elements on the canvas is just great. Wonderful work!ReplyDelete
Wow, another stunning project! It really is gorgeous.ReplyDelete
Fantastic canvas Hazel! xxxReplyDelete
Oh wow Hazel, this looks fantastic and I love your layout, works really well xxxReplyDelete