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Wednesday, 23 November 2016

Peacock Paradise, Another Sneaky Peek.

Hello Friends, Followers and Visitors,

Hope all is well with you and yours.   This week is going by as quickly as ever lol!   Tomorrow evening Sue from Imagination Crafts will be on Hochanda T.V. for a One Day Special launching at 8pm.   then again on Friday 25th. at 9am.  12 noon.   4pm. and 7pm.  so not long to wait now.   There will be some gorgeous new colours of Sparkle Medium  for those of you who just have to have every colour lol!    My sneaky peek for the T.V. show  has been made using the 'Peacock  Paradise' stencil, the luscious Starlight paints and Sparkle Mediums.

    
Begin by matting a 6" square piece of orange paper onto the front of your 7"x7"  white base card, followed by a matt of white card, leaving a narrow border of the orange showing.  



Cut a slightly smaller piece of grey card, which will leave a tiny border of the previous white matt.   Lay the Peacock Paradise stencil on top of the grey card and spread the green Sparkle Medium over the leaves and stems, including the caylx of the flowers.   (I prefer to mask off all  but the leaves, stems and caylx with masking tape.)    Remove the masking tape and stencil and leave  the images to dry.

    
Next I masked off everything close to the flower petals, then I spread the Iced Plum Sparkle Medium over the  petals, adding a small amount of the Blue Lagoon Sparkle Medium to the base of each petal.   Remove the masking tape and stencil and leave the images to dry.   When dry add a small amount of  the Orange Oxidised Starlight paint to the base of each petal, which helps to bring the colour on the card together

Using a piece of white card,  a piece of cut 'n' dry foam and the Peacock Paradise stencil, dab the Emerald, Orange and Antique Gold Starlight paints through the bird only on the stencil.

            
Cut out the bird, leaving a tiny white border around the bird.   Repeat again but this time, only colouring the next set of feathers and glue to the bird using silicone glue to add dimension.   Do the same for the upper set of wing and glue to the original bird.     Glue the whole bird to the centre of the base card, adding silicone glue under the bird's head.

   
This photo shows  the wings from an angle,   lifted up using silicone glue.   That is this card finished, I do hope you will pop back tomorrow when I will have another 'sneaky peek' to share with you.   Have a good
Thursday and please don't forget to tune in at 8pm. tomorrow evening.   Catch you all again  tomorrow.

                                                                       Love and rainbows,

                                                                        Hugs   Jennifer xx.

       







4 comments:

  1. Absolutely stunning Jennifer, the colours are amazing, beautifully designed, Kate x

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    1. Thank you so much Kate.
      Hugs Jennifer xx.

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  2. Fabulous Jennifer, loving the colours on the peacock.
    Hugs
    Linda xxx

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    1. Hi Linda, many thanks, glad you like it.
      Hugs Jennifer xx.

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