Saturday, 17 January 2015

Lynne Perrella and Chatsworth Reverse Canvas - Fragile Papers Challenge


This is the first of my entries for the Paper Artsy Fragile Papers theme. I actually made it a little while ago when I was playing around when Paper Artsy first brought out the Damask and Script tissues and the replacement for the previous Crackly Tissue. I reversed the canvas and painted the edges black and covered the front with Chatsworth which I stencilled with Frescos and Paper Artsy stencils. I adhered a piece of script tissue inside the aperture. I stamped the lady from Lynne Perrella 001 and painted her from behind with Frescos. I made a 'curtain' of orange organza to frame the inside of the aperture. I then mixed Frescos and Grungepaste and stencilled the flowers onto script tissue and added them to the edge of the canvas.

To finish off I added a little bottle with a heart pin in the cork, which I painted with Snowflake and embossed in black with some script from Lynne Perrella 014.

I am entering this into the Fragile Papers Paper Artsy challenge.

11 comments:

  1. Great canvas, Lucy! Love the greenish framing with the red colors inside! Great images! Hugs!

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  2. Beautiful, I especially love the Jofy stencil onto tissue, I would never have thought of doing that x

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  3. Liking the organza is similar colour to the cheeks of your lady, a well planned canvas and beautifully put together Lucy :-) xxx

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  4. This is just lovely. Love how you stencilled onto the chatsworth paper - looks great!

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  5. I love reversed canvases - they really draw the eye, as if one were looking through a window frame - and this one is beautiful. I love the Lynne Perrella image and how you have framed it with the lovely stencilling on Chatsworth. I love what you have created with fragile papers, Lucy. xx

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  6. Great use of the Chatsworth papers (I'm a fan!). Love your design, like a window seen from the outside, very striking.

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  7. Scrumptious... love the glow of warmth from the ruby central panel to the lovely soft colours on the frame.
    Alison xx

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  8. Both the design and colours are striking! Well done, Lucy!
    I love the little bottle!

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