Hello my dear crafty friends and welcome to my small altered project made for Tando Creative challenge week. We were asked to use one stencil, 2 buttons and 3 colors.
This is a kind of " use your leftovers project". The pieces that I added to make this " castle" are the insides of Tando arches and mini book and I actually added 5 of them one over another to make the shape.
Each piece was covered with one single Tando stencil on the top: this fancy Moroccan roof is a small stencilled piece made with DecoArts texture paste and then heat embossed with gold powder.
Each piece was stamped with Rubber Dance background stamp-Flourishes- using clear embossing ink and the same gold embossing powder. Then each one of 5 pieces was painted with DecoArts paint and as the stamped images act as resist we still can see the gorgeous embossed background.
I stamped the sentiment with Rubber Dance stamp from ATC Backgrounds 2 (I didn't stamp the name of the author that is on this stamp, but saying only). Again this was stamped with the same gold heat embossing and painted with the very same dark blue paint.
As my finishing touches I added this clock on the top and two real vintage gold buttons.
You can now imagine that this is your home. Or that you live like 500 years ago in this castle. Just IMAGINE!
A Skinner stencil- Baroque
Tripled arch layered frame- the insides of it
Layered arch with cobwebs- the backside piece only
Decoarts products used:
Prussian blue fluid acrylic paint
Media interference Gold
Cobalt teal fluid acrylic paint
White modelling paste