Friday, 15 March 2019

AVJ March Challenge Tutorial

I'm sharing the process steps for my March AVJ project today over on the AVJ challenge blog.


Come see how I made this background


The candlestick ......


The platform it all sits on .......


The vignette box ......



Embellishments


The word banner and little extras ......


I was so pleased with the outcome of this and it now sits proudly on the sideboard in my dining room.  

Thanks for stopping by and ......
xxx



11 comments:

Redanne said...

I have been over to see your tutorial, it is brilliant, as always Brenda. I loved seeing how you brought this wonderful creation together.

Yes, the winds are horrendous here too, due to get worse so we are going out to shop for the next few days, just in case! Let's hope it all gets back to normal soon. Have a lovely weekend my friend. Hugs, Anne xxx

Sara Barker said...

Fabulous tutorial on A Vintage Journey. Your process brings to forefront some of those details I missed on my first pass on the challenge post. Love all the representations and that gorgeous shabby paint job on the vignette box! Wow!

A Pink said...

Loved reading your tutorial, Brenda to see how your Gorgeous piece of home decor came together. Bet it looks fabulous 'in situ' and catches many an admiring eye .

Stay safe form the forecasted winds this weekend.
HUgs x

Annie said...

Loved the step by step process you shared over at AVJ Brenda x Your shadowbox will be a real treasure that you can look at to remind you of the amazing journey you have shared and continue to share, together with friends and followers xx

Have a great weekend
Annie xx

froebelsternchen said...

It's simply stunning how you got this amazing creation together! UNIQUE!!!
Happy weekend Brenda!

Meggymay said...

Wow this is a gorgeous project, it was a super tutorial..
It looks lovely the way you have it displayed in your home.
Yvonne xx

peppylady (Dora) said...

I can see a story. Oh this would be so fun. But I have to wonder did you go to different places to get your supplies.
If you have time stop in for a cup of coffee

Patty O'Malley said...

Awesome!

Tracey@Hotchpotchcreations said...

I loved your tutorial Brenda showing how it all came to be telling it's story and meaning behind each chosen element. It's a wonderful tale of the bond between the creatives and it shines through your creativity and within the team. A beautiful piece of home decor created with love. Thank you for sharing with us all.
Hugs Tracey xx
P.S I had to go through the back door to get to the tutorial as the link was taking me to the challenge post but I found you xx

Anita Houston The Artful Maven said...

I'd be proud too! LOVE the peeling paint and the shabbiness of this, and all the elements...gorgeous!

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