I followed her instructions with watery, translucent fresco colours but as the surface of my book cover was shiny I sanded it first. I used the colours illustrated and because the background was shiny, I scraped the paint away!
Next, I stamped images from ELB01 with archival.
Like Emma, I splattered paint..Zesty zing, grunge pasted flowers adding Marlin to paste, added Glossy accents to the flowers and white pen around all the flowers. I painted flowers and added a sentiment.
This is my lovely notebook that Darcy gave to me when we met up at Darlo! Was white, and now a myriad of Paperartsy products!. thank you Darcy for a lovely day out and thank you Emma for the inspiration!
Oooo lovely Hazel! So bright and beautiful :-)ReplyDelete
I love it, the bright colours are gorgeous.ReplyDelete
it looks fab, Hazel!ReplyDelete
Beautifully done Hazel, you can see it's been given the Paper Artsy treatment! :-) xxxReplyDelete
Oooh fabulous xxReplyDelete
oo that's a bit fab, totally transformed. I must get on and do mine lolReplyDelete
That looks amazing,so bright and zingy. It was a wonderful day!ReplyDelete
Merry Christmas Hazel. Wow! This is gorgeous and powerful colours. xxxReplyDelete
Fantastic colours, beautifully transformed xReplyDelete
Brilliant Hazel! What a powerful colours! I love it. xxReplyDelete
I love the colors on this cover. Since I've been working my horses I've not had time to get crafty. I stalked your blog all the back to OCT and your classes with Dina. Your faces are amazing as is all your work. Going to start playing again in Jan. I did do one challenge back in Nov. but of course didn't get it done in time to post.
Love it! Great layers.ReplyDelete