Monday, 30 April 2018

Bring on the Rust

It's May how the hell did that happen!!???!  April has been an insane month for, good insane but insane thus the lack of blog posts hopefully in May i will get to create instead of prep and package.  This month at Mixed Media Monthly Challenge Blog is RUST!
Mixed Media Monthly Challenge photo.


This month's sponsor is emerald creek, they make these amazing embossing powder that are a must have for mixed media and scrapbooking.


As usual I started with my background, creating a background is always my favorite part.  Paint pattern paper with clear gesso, dry. Start adding the alchemy paint - midnight sky first, paint on then spray with water move color around with paint brush and heat gun to get swirlly background.  Repeat with brass and paint.  Dry  Sponge greyish acrylic paint through numbers stencils around layout.


Sponge white acrylic paint through number stencil.  Lay stencil on top, slightly above and to the left of grey numbers. Now the the grey layer looks like a shadow.
Background done, now you can layer embellishments, paper layers and chipboard on top.


Final layout. I used 7 dots Studio Hazy Days pattern paper and paper die cuts.


 I like to draw around paper embellishment with charcoal then smear with fingertips, just another small detail.


For the chipboard filmstrip i embossed with Emerald Creek Baked Texture Chunky Rust- as you can see it actually looks like rust- real rust.


Here is another great shot of that Chunky Rust Baked Texture.  I also used on Chicken Wire chipboard.


I love the paper die cuts included in paper pack from 7 dots studio.  For that blue splatter I sprinkled Emerald Creek Deep Sea baked texture around this little cluster.  If you sprinkle on top of page then heat from the bottom then you don't need embossing ink!!.


Filmstrip Chipboard $7.95




Chicken Wire Chipboard $8.50

16 comments:

  1. Wow, what a fab layout. Love your rusty additions and use of colour. I must invest in the chicken wire! Creative hugs, J x

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  2. Wow I am loving this Glenda. Great composition, brilliant layering and oh all that rusty grunge!

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  3. This is absolutely stunning! The background is really amazing! Great use of the embossing powders on those chipboard pieces.

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  4. WOW‼️fantastic piece \(^o^)/

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  5. Absolutely stunning!! Do like some rusty goodness­čśŐ

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  6. Amazing background! The rusty texture is fabulous

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  7. Oh wow, that background you created Glenda is gorgeous and your rusty collage with all the textures looks pretty amazing too!

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  8. awesome layout. I totally forgor that "glenda schoepp" was also "boozybear"!! It hit me seconds before I looked at your layout saying to myself "oh, I love these chipboards"!! sometimes I feel dumb as a stump!!
    digging into my ton of boozy bears chipboard.

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  9. This is so, so cool Glenda, I am completely in love with that painted background and the rest of the lay out with those yummy rusty bits, just looks superb!! LOVE this project big time!!!

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  10. This is a beauty Glenda, the rust and chippies look amazing! xx

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  11. This layout is amazing. I love all the detail, colours, layering and stamped text look great in the close ups.

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  12. Beautiful piece! I really like your "outline and smear" idea. Also the layers and layers of layers! Lovely piece! ~Heather

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  13. Amazing piece Glenda! I really love 7 dots Studio pattern papers and I absolutely love what you’ve done with them! Stunning project!

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  14. Great project love your layout and those powders and rusting are yummy ! xx

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