Thursday, 2 July 2015

Tammy

My Great-Uncle Tammy


This is a layout of my great-uncle Tammy.  Not sure why he had that nickname (his given name was Gordon).


Went a few years back into my stash for the papers I used here.  They are from Prima's Nature Garden collection and Fairy Belle 6"x6" paper pad.
Prima - Nature Garden - Esprit
(I used this for some of the diecuts and the large flower)
Prima - Nature Garden - Fairy Godmother
 (I used the backside)

Prima - Fairy Belle - 6"x6" Paper Pad
(I used the polka dot paper)



Along the bottom  and top left corner I used molding paste with a stencil to add texture.  I then dripped Flat Fabio spray (Sandra Dee Sepia) over it before misting with water to make the colour spread.  I also rubbed a bit of the brown mist along the edges of the paper and scrunched the edges.


Prima - 6"x6" stencil - Fluttering Flowers
Lindy's Stamp Gang - Flat Fabio spray
 - Sandra Dee Sepia






These are the dies I used:

Spellbinders - Locking Loops
Spellbinders - Inverted Circles (small)
Spellbinders - Inverted Circles (large)





Heartfelt Creations - Vintage Floret
Cheery Lynn Designs - Build a Flower #1

I used the Vintage Floret die to make the large flower

I glued Ivory Flower Soft in the centers of the little flowers



I tried a few different things on the chipboard piece that I didn't like (white crackle, mixture of embossing powders) but finally just coated it with Black Soot Distress Embossing powder and dabbed brown paint overtop with my finger.

Blue Fern Studios - Deja Vu Border






As I did in my Great-Grandfather John layout,  I applied some blotches of glue to the layout, sprinkled them with Frantage Color Fragments (and this time Prima Mica Flakes as well) and embossing powders and then used a heat gun to melt the powders.








I also tucked little bits of cheesecloth (that I coloured with the Sandra Dee Sepia mist) under some of the flowers and added a little painted clay branch (that I cut down from a larger piece) under the photo.  The mushrooms were a Prima resin piece that I painted.
















Thank you so much for looking!




4 comments:

  1. wow this has so much rustic gorgeousness .. love x

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  2. OMGosh Tracy, I really love this work of art! Really like the dies, soft colors, the rustic touches from the mushrooms and branch, and the mica flakes. Well done!

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  3. WOW Tracy! This is outstanding! The inverted circle die cuts look like they were cut into the main page to expose paper underneath! Those mushrooms are incredibly perfect! The Blue Ferns chippie is awesome! WOW! This is GORGEOUS!

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  4. Love the die cuts, the chipboard, the rustic touches....love it all!!! I am at a loss for more adjectives to describe your amazing work!!

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