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Monday, 18 October 2010
Art Journey Inchies Stampbord Mirror
I mentioned yesterday I had made loads of Stampbord Inchies with the new Art Journey set which I had intended to use on the copper frame for Petra, but decided it was over-doing it. So I have now made another of these mirrors, and apologies as I do seem to make these rather a lot! I dabbed the Stampbord pieces with Kaleidacolor Pastels, using more of the Peach and Pink on some, and more of the Mauve and Blue on others as I don't like the colours to merge with the ones next to them too much. Likewise I alternated between people images and abstract ones. I then sanded the edges, then edged them with StazOn in Gold, then glazed them with Glossy Accents and left them overnight, as I always dip my elbows into them otherwise! I then did my usual trick so that I could stick them together in a straight line, by turning them over and sticking them to each other with red line tape before sticking the mirror in place, otherwise it is really tricky. Who shall I give this to, I wonder?
Posted by Lucy Edmondson at 16:34
Labels: Art Journey, Inchies, Stampbord
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This is stunning! You can continue to show us all the mirrors you want, I love your art!
This is very cool! What a great mirror!!ReplyDelete
I definitely don't mind seeing all the mirrors you create. They are fantastic!ReplyDelete
Its terrific Lucy, Annette xReplyDelete
Great use of the inchies sheet, Lucy!ReplyDelete
Lovely idea for a frame !!ReplyDelete
This is lovely, what a great idea for the inchies! ~DianeReplyDelete
wow, looks so custom and funky! love the tiled look!ReplyDelete
I never tire of looking at your mirror frames, lol. Another fantastic piece!ReplyDelete
Such a pretty project! Totally gorgeous as always :)ReplyDelete
So enjoy your mirrors! This is a stunning frame and I love the shades of pink!ReplyDelete
Hey Lucy, love the frame! So fab! I so the same with glossy accents, I'm always managing to mess it up as some point in the drying process - so must remember to let it dry!ReplyDelete
Fab to be working with you on The Altered Element!
Have a good evening!
Another wonderful frame Lucy! They are fun to make, aren't they?! xxReplyDelete
Lovely frame Lucy.ReplyDelete
Thanks for visiting my blog :-)ReplyDelete
Love these inchies here. Fab colours!