I found a very old mirrored frame, you can tell how long I have had it with the price £1-99. It is cheap, plastic frame and tacky, ideal for a challenge.
I followed Liz's instructions and wanted to stick with her colour scheme because she is cleverer than me.
Working on glass demanded Stazon ink which has not given me such a pleasing effect as archival. I bought some polystyrene flowers the other day which I sprayed.
It always takes me ages to arrange flowers etc but went for this arrangement in the end.
I added Treasure Gold Royal Amethyst to the frame to finish it off.
Thankyou for the challenge Liz. had to squeeze it in today as I am off to London this weekend.
It's beautiful Hazel. Have a lovely weekend in London!ReplyDelete
Love the colours Hazel, very much improved mirror!!!ReplyDelete
This is gorgeous, hazel! Have a great weekend in London,ReplyDelete
Oh my gosh, that's stunning Hazel. Such a transformation & such improvement on the original mirror, it's beautiful. Have a great weekend.ReplyDelete
A triumph of a make over, love everything:-) xxxReplyDelete
That looks fab that looks fab Hazel. Well done for getting it finished. Have a fab time in London xxxReplyDelete
What a transformation! This looks so elegant and tasteful now. Hope your day in London is fun and not marred by the rain! Julie Ann xxxReplyDelete
Brilliant bit of upcycling - looks just lovely! Hope you're enjoying London!ReplyDelete
A huge improvement Hazel. Very prettyReplyDelete
Well you squeezed that one in very well Hazel it's lovely x Hope you have a great weekend xxReplyDelete
Wow! That's beautiful Hazel!!!ReplyDelete
Hope you're having a lovely weekend!
This looks brilliant, love those butterflies xxxReplyDelete
Fantabulous Hazel! What a transformation, it looks beautiful now!ReplyDelete
Hope you had a wonderful time in London and enjoyed the shows.
Wow gorgeous frame xReplyDelete