venerdì 1 maggio 2020

A VINTAGE JOURNEY CHALLENGE BEAUTIFUL BLOOMS

Ciao a tutti! Primo del mese e nuova sfida su A Vintage journey Cahllenge Blog. Seppur strana per tutti noi la primavera ci porta come sempre fiori e colori! Per questo abbiamo deciso che il tema di questo mese sarà Beautiful Blooms.
Potete scegliere di usare timbri,fustelle, fiori già pronti, fiori veri, stencil,fiori singoli o interi mazzi di fiori!
Ricordate  solo di creare il vostro tuo progetto in uno dei nostri stili preferiti: vintage, shabby, mixed media, journaling,  industrial o steampunk.

Hi everyone! First of the month and a new challenge on A Vintage Journey Challenge Blog. Although strange for all of us, this spring brings us flowers and colors as always! This is why we have decided that this month's theme will be Beautiful Blooms.
Flowers are a perennial favorite for most of us, so this month we would love to see your beautiful blooms showcased on your project. You might choose to use a die-cut, stamps, readymade, homemade, or pressed flowers .... a single flower or a whole bouquet. Just remember to create your project in one of our preferred styles: vintage, shabby, mixed media, art journaling, industrial, timeworn, or steampunk.


Ho iniziato colorando con alcuni Distress Stain nelle sfumature verdi e azzure una Heavystock tag.

I started by coloring a Heavystock tag with some Distress Stains in green and blue shades.
Per completare lo sfondo ho utilizzato la tecnica della paste Crackle con le nuove polveri Embossing Glaze. Mi sono molto divertita a mischiare i colori e l'effetto è sempre strepitoso!

To complete the background I used the Crackle paste technique with the new Embossing Glaze powders. I had a lot of fun mixing the colors and the effect is always amazing!


Anche per il vaso ho utilizzato una tecnica che mi piace tantissimo, Eroded Metal. Come base anzichè i Distress paint ho utilizzato le paste di prima marketing, perchè volevo ottenere un effetto con più texture, non troppo piatto e alla fine dopo aver utilizzato Antiquesd Bronze Distress paint, ho passato un velo di Distress Crayon Rusty Hinge per opacizzare un pochino ( manca la foto scusate!).

Also for the pot, I used a technique that I like very much, Eroded Metal. As a base instead of the Distress paint I used Mint and  Blue Prima Marketing pastes, because I wanted to obtain a more textured effect, not too flat and in the end, after using Antiqued Bronze Distress paint, I spread a veil of Distress Crayon Rusty Hinge to opacify a little (missing the photo sorry!).
Con gli stessi materiali, Distress e polveri da embossing ho colorato il mio piccolo pennuto tagliato con la fustella di Tim Holtz Feathered Friends.

With the same materials, distress and embossing powders I painted my little bird cut with the Tim Holtz Feathered Friends die.


Gli ultimi dettagli: due farfalle dal pack Idea-ology Ephemera Pack Field Notes, il sentiment e una piccola rate tagliata con la fustella Mixed media.

The last details: two butterflies from the Idea-ology Ephemera Pack Field Notes pack, the sentiment and a small net cut with the Mixed media die.







Spero che la mia tag vi sia piaciuta e come sempre disco, he abbia portato una ventata di colore nella vostra giornata! Vi aspettiamo su A Vintage Journey Challenge Blog con i vostri progetti!
Grazie per essere passati!

I hope you liked my tag and, as always, it has brought a breath of color to your day! We are waiting for you on A Vintage Journey Challenge Blog with your projects!
Thanks for stopping by!

Barbara

7 commenti:

Annie ha detto...

Hi Barbara x Such a beautiful tag and I love the wonderful background using the stencil, stains and embossing glaze x A truly stunning make for the challenge xx
TFS and huge hugs
Annie xx

butterfly ha detto...

I'm blown away by this tag, Barbara - from the textures on the pot, to the wonderful textural details on the bird, to those glorious flowers in the background, and of course the colours... it's a complete showstopper - magnificent!
Alison x

Jennie Atkinson ha detto...

There are so many wonderful colours and textures in your wonderful tag Barbara - but I really love the rusty textured pot! The background with the embossed flowers is stunning. Thank you for sharing all the wonderful steps - it is always lovely to see your creative process. Jennie xx

Sinikka ha detto...

So beautiful. Now I also see that you did use crackle on the bird. Love it!!!

Astrid Maclean ha detto...

Wow, such a stunning tag Barbara!! The fabulous background with the creative way you used the stencil, that stunning rusty pot and then that gorgeous bird and butterfly, - just perfect for Spring!! Hope you are keeping well! xxx

Tracey@Hotchpotchcreations ha detto...

Oh my Barbara this is magnificent, from rusty painted pot to those embossed stencilled flowers, a beautiful display to behold. Thank you for sharing this stunning and inspiring tag creation. Creative wishes Tracey.

A Pink ha detto...

You ARE the tag queen, Barbara as again you create yet another one that is packed full of fabulous colour, texture, beauty and charm. So much to adore!

Hugs
Amanda
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