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Monday, 26 June 2017

'My Perfume Bottle' Canvas - a 'Sneaky Peek.'

Hi there Everyone,

It's me back again with another sneaky peek at one of my canvases, made for Imagination Craft's ODS shows on the Hochanda T.V. Channel on the 27th. & 28th. June 2017.   Hope you will be able to tune in as Sue will be launching an amazing new product, which can be used on various surfaces.   I just love these !!!     I have used them on my canvas  I am sharing with you tonight.    The colours are just stunning, especially when the light catches them.   O.K.let's get started.

  
Paint the front of the canvas with black gesso.   The perfume bottle was added to the left-hand side of the canvas, using Arctic White Sparkle Medium and the metal spatula.

  
When dry, add the chain, using the Gold Relief Metallic Paste and the spatula.   Next add the flourish, again using the gold Relief paste.

       

Add 'Love' to the top right, using the gold Relief Paste.

    
     



Lay the charm and heart onto some black card and add the gold Relief paste through the stencil, leave to dry.   Cut out charm and add to the chain and  hang the heart from the letter  'O.'

      

  
Colour some black card with the red Relief Paste.   Leave to dry, then die-cut two lilies from it using the Crafter's Companion die set.   Die-cut one lily from white card and colour slightly with the red Relief paste.   When dry, draw some markings on the petals, using a black fine liner pen.

  
Put the flowers together and glue on top of the flourish, adding the stamen to the centres (die-cut from black card and rolled up, as in quilling).   Add some silver gold Starlight paint to the tips of the stamen.

   
Colour some black card with the green Relief Paste, leave to dry, then die-cut the leaves (using the die from the lily set)  and glue between the flowers.



   
Colour some black card with the blue Relief Paste and when dry, punch out five tiny flowers and glue in between the lilies, adding tiny black gems to the centres.

 
Lay the ribbon from the stencil onto some black card and spread the red Relief Paste through the design.   When dry, cut out the bow and glue to the bottle top, using silicone glue.

Well that's it finished, hope you like it.   Thank you so...much for stopping by my blog, hope you have found some inspiration for your projects.   See you all again soon.

                                                        
                                                             Love and rainbows,

                                                              Hugs    Jennifer xx.









6 comments:

  1. This is gorgeous Jennifer, it looks so dramatic on the black card.
    Hugs
    Linda xxx

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    1. Hi Linda thank you so much.
      Hugs Jennifer xx.

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  2. Wow Jennifer you canvas is stunning, beautifully designed and coloured, the floral embellishments are glorious and such gorgeous colours too, looking forward to the shows and seeing all the other samples made, Kate x

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    1. Thanks a lot Kate, hope you enjoy the shows.
      Hugs Jennifer xx.

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  3. Oh wow this is superb Jennifer. Just stunning x

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    1. So pleased you like it Lea, many thanks.
      Hugs Jennifer xx.

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