Hello, it's Suehere and tonight's project is a door hanger and I've used the fabulous Hot Picks stamps. I love making these and have several on my door knobs around the house !
I started by painting it with Vintage Lace and when dry I stamped the lace from the Hot Picks 1212 set onto tissue paper and added it to the hanger.
I also stamped the scissors on to tissue paper and added them in the same way. I painted some Crackle Glaze over some areas, dried it off then added the top coat of Spanish Mulberry. I carried on stamping but now direct on to the hanger using black Archival ink and also Vintage Lace. I knocked the colour back slightly using a baby wipe and then added some more Vintage Lace.
I then mixed some Claret and French Roast and painted some lace. This mix of colours makes a gorgeous deep purple !
I layered the lace onto a piece of cotton fabric that I frayed before painting with Vintage Lace. I did some more stamping using the Mini 44 script stamp and Vintage Lace. I then painted some Heavy Smoothy Card with Vintage Lace and stamped the images from the Hot Picks 1212 and 1213 sets and cut them out.
Hope you've enjoyed today's project, see you again next month!
A huge thank you to Sue from PaperArtsy HQ. It's nice to see you again Sue. I am sure this is a decoration that many of us would like to have in our homes. The colours are so delicious especially the purple that you created. I think I may be in love with that scrap of lace. It is good to see Vintage Lace being used. This colour is warmer than white, and with just a hint of pink it is perfect for that vintage feel.
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