Tuesday, 1 April 2014

GD: Clare Lloyd Project #3: Sentimental

"Clare Lloyd back with my last project for my GD Semester with PaperArtsy ...sniff! I can't believe where the past 4 months have gone, but they do say time flies when you are having fun! Ok so here is my project sentimental".


My project starts with a large hanging chunky board which I paint in a couple of coats of Haystack Fresco paint. 


I then stamp all over the hanger with sentiments from both sets of stamps in the Lin Brown Collection using Black Archival Ink.




Now it is time for some Grunge Paste which I just added to the front of the hanger and I used a Stencil Girl stencil called Damask. Plus my favourite No2 palette knife.



Once the Grunge Paste was dried I painted a layer of transparent Fresco Paint called Zesty Zing all over the hanger.


Time for an embellishment. I painted an Eclectica Shapes 05 chipboard piece with Little Black Dress Fresco paint. Then stamped on top with more black archival ink and another sentiment from the Lin Brown Stamp Collection




A focal sentiment for my hanging board. Stamped onto Smoothy White Stamping Card and matted onto painted card using Little Black Dress paint and more black ink stamping.







Here are all my elements stuck into place and I decided to paint the string cord on the hanger in Little Black Dress to tie everything together. There is also a large floral resin embellishment to finish of my flower stalk.




Thank you to everyone for their lovely comments over the past few months. x

Leandra Says: Clare another great project full of texture and interesting details. You have brought such a wide spectrum of ideas to the blog this semester! From faces to canvases and everything in between! A pleasure to see you in action! Thank you so much for inspiring us all! x

Gillian Says: A beautiful bold statement project to finish off your GD stint Clare. It has been a pleasure to see how you create, thanks for sharing. x

Darcy says: A small sneaky announcement, I wonder how many of you will notice? We have loved Clare's work over the past 4 months and you have loved it too. By popular request we approached Clare to continue contributing to the blog next semester... and guess what? She said yes! Shhh keep it a secret!


If you would like to join in this week's challenge and play along with Claire's techniques, then do link up your creativity here, and go in the draw to win some PA stamps of your choice! You need to link your entry by 17:00, Sunday April 6th 2014



17 comments:

Helen said...

That's fab Clare

margaret said...

Lovely now that i really really like a lot great work !!!

massofhair said...

YEAH!!! Great news Darcy!!! Glad Clare is her for longer:-)

Lurve your hanging board Clare, beautiful contrast, the black resin flowers is WOW:-) xxx

Lucy Edmondson said...

How lovely, love how you have put the zesty zing over the words and the grunge paste, it works so well,

Lucy x

Craftyfield said...

Love how you did the background and that resin flower is stunning!

Craftyfield said...
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isisimaginings.com said...

Great news! I'm delighted that Clare will back next semester. This hanging board is stunning. The black is so dramatic against the yellow & the background is gorgeous.

craftytrog said...

A fabulous finale piece Clare!
Alison xxx

Julie Ann Lee said...

I love how you used the sentiments on the background. This is the perfect way to use one of the chunky boards - really lovely work. Looking forward to seeing what you do in the future too, Clare! Julie Ann xx

butterfly said...

Wow - the black on black stamping is so subtle and glamorous - what a wonderful farewell project and a fabulous semester's worth of work - congratulations!
Alison x

Colleen said...

Clare,
I know it's a secret and I will not tell .......
This project is wonderful, that flower really stands out on the bg you created.

Debs M said...

wow fabulous piece - love the layering on the board and the black on black stamping looks great - well done on the worst kept secret ;)

Julie Bell said...

Gorgeous project, where did you get that lovely large flower? Xx

Karin said...

Fabulous project.

Etsuko Noguchi said...

That is stunning and pop. I love it. xx

Jo said...

Fantastic colour scheme, really subtle design and love the layers of texture with the stamping and grunge paste. Jo xx

Kezzy said...

Wow wow wow absolutely gorgeous stunning hanging. I love the yellow with the black, absolutely stunning and that flower is beautiful. Kezzy:-) xxxxx

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