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I'm going Puerto Rico!!! Scrapbooking Gallery PR Class Date October 25th We will be making 4 projects using Prima's Gorgeous new papers, Coffee Break, Bloom Girl, Julie Nutting and The Greeting Farm Stamps. I will be teaching techniques with Copics, Gelatos and paints! This is going to be an all day event FULL OF FUN!
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Wednesday, July 2, 2014

Some DIY Home Decor!

 
Hello crafty peeps!
Here's a little project I did last week. I woke up and had this idea about the flower in the frame. I just LOVE this teal-ish color. BV70-78 one of my favorite color combos out of all my Copics!
This stamp is from Marion Smith, so are the little butterflies... and the paper in the background.
This frame is all black and I actually got it from the .99 cent store. Then I distressed it with some white paint. I love it! Of course I had to do the 'no line coloring technique'.
This frame is sitting on my favorite little table with my cute little lamp.. I will have to take a picture and post it. :)
 
Copic Marker Spain - Anything Goes Use Copics
Mixed Media - Around the house I used a frame.
 
 




14 comments:

Stéphanie Beauchemin said...

gorgeous!!

Jody @Treasured Times Stamps said...

Stunning!

Sam Smithard said...

Hi, this is Extremely Beautiful your obviously a very talented person, I love your work with Copics, I use Copics but still need to practice more, I'm very critical of myself.
Hugs from Sam x

Andrea Ockey Parr said...

This project is simply beautiful! What a great idea to repurpose a frame for this piece. I was impressed when you wrote that the frame started out as black-- you gave it a stunning makeover and I love the distressed look you gave it. I, too, cannot get enough of the teal color palette and you've created such lovely shades for the flower. Amazing coloring technique here and you've really caused the flower to come to life. I adore how you incorporated frayed fabric around the edges and love the simple "family" sentiment. The butterflies are perfect, too. Thank you so much for the inspiration and for sharing your talents with us here at the Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge Blog!

Lynn K said...

Great work with Copics! Love how you painted the frame to give it a weathered look! Thanks for playing along in our Mixed Media Monthly Challenge!!

Lalo said...

BEAUTIFUL!!! Love it all from the frame to the flower!

Lalo
Mixed Media Monthly Challenge DT

Stephanie Makes said...

So beautiful!!! Thank you so much for linking up your project!!! xo

Donna B. said...

Gorgeous home decor piece! I love the white on the frame and your coloring of the flower is FAB! Thanks for joining us at The Mixed Media Monthly Challenge.

Emma Williams said...

This project is just stunning. Your colouring is outstanding and the central image works so well against the distressed shabby frame...it's just fabulous and I love it! Thank you for sharing your project and for joining us over on the Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge Blog! :)

Lagene said...

GORGEOUS!

Rachel said...

very pretty decor project! I love how you repurposed the frame, it's very pretty! Thank you so much for playing Around the House with the Mixed Media Monthly Challenge!
-Rachel
rwkrafts.com

Nora N. said...

WOW!! This is stunning!! I love that you made over a 99 cent frame. Looks like a million bucks with that beautifully colored flower!!

Rupa S said...

This just caught my attention...beautiful! The texture on the frame and the layers for creating the flowers look fab.

Melanie said...

just beautiful! great way to transform that frame. lovely! thanks for playing with Mixed Media Monthly Challenge!