Wednesday, June 7, 2017

Vintage Inspiration with Trudi Harrison

'Time Gypsy'

Hi Everyone,
Trudi back with you today sharing some more 2Crafty Chipboard inspiration.  
I really loved putting together this pretty vintage canvas for you all this month.
2Crafty elements add texture to the background and provide a lovely base for the 
fussy cut elements layered over the top. 

Elise's Dress Form, a 6" Clock Face Frame and a Corner Swirly Heart were affixed
to the canvas.  A few metal elements were added, then couple of coats of white gesso applied
 over the top.  Colour was added the with sprays.  A few layers added to build up the intensity.

Victorian Velvet and Dusty Concord Distress Ink were randomly rubbed over the top
of the chipboard with a sponge. Metallic gold accents added with a paint dabber.

 A Steampunk Corner was trimmed into two pieces.  These were tucked in on each side
of the fussy cut elements along with a Vintage Clock Hand
These were inked  with Aged Mahogany Distress Ink and lightly accented with metallic gold paint.
  2Crafty Chipboard Products:
 Corner Steampunk
Elise's Dress Form
Vintage Clock Hands
Corner Swirly Heart Set
6" Clock Face Frames
Steampunk Gears Medium

I next created an easel card and added lots of 2Crafty loveliness.

'Easel Card'

The middle sized doily from Dianne's Doily Set frames a fussy cut image. The doily was altered with Worn Lipstick Distress Oxide and accented with Dusty Concord Distress Ink.
Fay's Flourish was tucked in underneath the image with a few fussy cut floral elements layered over the top.

A Formal Flourish 3 was attached at the top of the card and a Leafy Shrub peeks out from inside the card.
2Crafty Chipboard Products: 
Dianne's Doily Set
Leafy Shrub Set 2
Fay's Flourishes
Formal Flourish 3

Thanks so much for dropping by,


Di Garling said...

Such stunningly beautiful projects Trudi. LOVE them both. ♥️

Tammy Klingner said...

Such a pretty creation Trudi xx

Noura Pompilla said...

Very Beatuiful designs trudi <3

Lilibleu Scrap said...

Amazing work, Trudi! Loved them so much!

Sandra Bernard said...

Wow!!! Great pieces of art!!