I wrote down all the stages that she did and followed them….Chatsworth paper, fresco stripes, clear embossed, crackled, frescos, sanding, distress ink….whoops, forgot the water droplets, stamped sentiment.
I got into a right old mess with it but carried on through what looked like total chaos until I couldn't do anymore. I used Ellen Vargo stamps for my clear embossing and also printed with distress inks and archival . I sort of tried to save it a bit by using frontage embossing powders.
I think that I have created a kind of cave full of sparkly minerals with stalactites hanging from the ceiling. I took 2 full pictures, one to show the textures and one to show the main sentiment. Had fun and has given me ideas to follow through.
ooo nice textures, looks like it was a great play session.ReplyDelete
Wonderful effects, Hazel!ReplyDelete
That looks great Hazel, I'm becoming a big fan of Fran-tage.ReplyDelete
Oh fabulous textures and great effects Hazel!! I love it!!! xxxReplyDelete
And great used Ellen's stamp xxxReplyDelete
Looks great Hazel, that's what it's all about, having fun, trying g new things, thinking what if .... Jo xxReplyDelete
Fantastic play time Hazel, always enjoy the fruits of play time they take you to places where sometimes we fear to tread. Love what you have done here :-) xxxReplyDelete
Really cool... love all that embossing glamour!ReplyDelete