This is a completely different way of creating a new project and I'll give you the background to it at the end of the post. But I intend this to become a bit of a series.
So welcome to the first of -
DecoArt Chalky Finish paints in relic, lace, rustic, revive, raw umber, burnt umber and quinacridone gold.
The steps to follow can be found by visiting a Vintage Collage Tag, created in July 2017.
OK so this is the background information I promised you. I love writing up the step by steps to my projects and I always say my blog is primarily for me to keep a record of the work I do. It is wonderful that many of you visit both silently and with comments and I know from the stats that hundreds of you receive my blog posts by email. I love it that you pop in and am so grateful to have so many blogging friends, some of whom I know and have met in real life and many I know just by visiting and seeing your work.
Having said all that I feel I don't make the most of visits to you or to my own blog posts and yes I love the whole process of creating something new from scratch but I have decided I would also like to revisit some of my older posts and recreate the steps I had put together to make a new piece of art work and to create something completely different. Hence the title.
This piece is going in my Positivity Journal
Another one of these coming soon.
hugs Brenda xxx
Oh Wow! This is a gorgeous piece. I love the background and the rusty touch. Vintage and fabulous.
It looks amazing!
I love how amazing this looks! Thank you for sharing your techniques.
This looks fabulous, a great technique on both pieces.
What a great idea...I don't think we "bloggers" reread or own posts often enough. Fabulous new creation XXX
This looks fabulous, an amazing background and super elements.
Fabulous background and tag x
LOVE this...layers of painty goodness, and love the image!
Really brilliant Brenda! Hugs,Chrisx
If this is the first of a series I'm looking forward to following the series develop. This is a fabulous piece , Brenda . Love it .
Ooh, yes, the rusty warmth here is fantastic - any chance of a picture of the collection all together, or have they already gone off in different directions?
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