This afternoon I wanted to share with you a couple of projects I made recently for my DT work for WOW Chipboard. I have a set of cards to show you and an OTP project with a short photo tutorial.
First up I am going to show you some cards using a few of those gorgeous products.
I wanted to alter my chipboard to give it a grungy look but still wanted my cards to look girly if that makes sense? I started by painting my chipboard with gesso, once dry I gave it a coat of rock candy crackle paint. While the Triangle panel was still wet on the middle card I added a few sprinkles of rust powder. I then finished off the chipboard by adding Glossy Accents to it. The Mini Cogs have been left raw :)
For my first card I have used the Small Triangle Panel - WOW2425, Birthday Pack - WOW2381, Mini Cog Pack - WOW1568.
On the second card I have used a Flourish Frame - WOW247, Circle Frame - WOW1252 and have again used the Mini Cogs - WOW1568.
My second project to show you is WOW's Heart Shadow Box's which I have altered and I thought I would share with you how I did this.
"Angel Heart Shadow Box"
Once I had put the shadow box together I used some Tim Holtz tissue paper roll to do my first layer. I shredded the paper, scrunched it up and then opened it back up.
I completely covered the whole heart as you can see below and adhered the tissue paper to the heart using Studio Multi Medium.
Next up I used AltaMATZ diamond shape stencil from 12X12-4-in-1-design-2 ALTA254 and some texture paste and randomly applied this over the shadow box.
This is the fun bit - decorating the box. First, I sprayed the box with a couple of Mists, Pink from Kaiser and a Gold from Heidi Swapps Color Shine Range.
Once the mists were dry I then grabbed some Inka Gold in pink and Gold randomly applied this around the edges and raised sections.
The other WOW pieces I used are Doily #6 Heart - WOW950, Messy Hearts - WOW2230 Angel Pack - WOW2382 and Kristin Flourish - WOW2073 and I altered these by using my finger and rubbing on the Inka Gold paints randomly on the pieces until they were completely covered.
I finished off my Heart Shadow Box by embellishing it with lots of pretty blooms and lastly with a sponge, sponged gesso over sections of the box and flowers.
Here's a couple of close ups.
Well that's all from me today.
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Until next time, thanks so much for stopping by and happy crafting.