Wednesday, 2 April 2014

Tiled Board {with Lynne Perrella Stamps by Sue Carrington}

Hello it's Sue here, back for another month and sharing a project with a tiled theme tonight.
I started by covering 5 chipboard coasters with pieces of paper from the Chatsworth collection. I also gave them all a coat of Matt Medium to protect the paper from the paint I was about to add.
I then started to stencil using Snowflake Fresco Finish paint using the new PaperArtsy stencils,  ELB 006ELB 004ELB 001 and JOFY 007 
I gave all of the coasters a wash of watered down Yellow Submarine and Tikka. Then I taped two coasters together and used JOFY 007 stencil. I used a mix of Chutney and French Roast first of all, then when it was dry I moved the stencil slightly and stencilled with Snowflake. I then started to build up the colour, drying each layer and re-positioning the stencil to add the next layer.

I made 3 smaller coasters using the same technique as the larger ones,  this time using the beautiful large stamp from the Lynne Perella 030 set. I then painted them using a mixture of TikkaAutumn Fire and Claret.

LPC 030
The coasters are mounted on to a piece of grey board, I painted it with Chalk and then used Chutney around the edges and the areas that would be seen, no need to cover the whole thing.
Before I glued the four coasters down I dry brushed around  the edges using Chutney and a little French Roast then rubbed Onyxite Treasure Gold around the edges. I wanted each coaster to look separate and the joins to be defined.
For the centre coaster I used the JOFY 007 stencil with Snowflake just on the corners, my thought was that the stencilling would frame the image that I was going to mount on top. I then gave it a wash of watered down Tikka.
The centre image is from the Lynne Perella 027 set and I've stamped her onto Heavy Smoothy card. I stamped the two post mark pieces again on a separate piece of card. I then painted her and mounted the post mark pieces on foam pads.
LPC 027
I lightly brushed Snowflake mixed with a little Tikka over the Tando flourish, then brushed more Tikka and then Chutney over it. I brushed some Onyxite Treasure Gold around the edges of it and then stamped the words from the Hot Picks 1205 set. 

HP 1205
To finish I did a little more dry brushing around the centre and mini coasters and I stamped Mini 96 with Tree Branch Archival ink. The script is stamped with Potting Soil Archival ink using the stamp from the Lynne Perella 014 set.

MN 96
LPC 014

I hope you've enjoyed tonight's post as much as I enjoyed making it !

See you soon.

Sue

A huge thank you to Sue from all at PaperArtsy HQ. This is stunning Sue, so dimensional, so much interest built up in carefully thought out layers. Dry brushing is a great technique, it adds texture without extra bulk, and works perfectly over the flourish. 

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25 comments:

Gabrielle said...

Truly fabulous! These stamps are deffo on my shopping list at Ally Pally! Thank you for sharing your gorgeous project x

massofhair said...

Loving the Tiles Sue and welcome back by the way! The stamps and stencils you chose work so well. Don't own any LP stamps at the moment, thanks for the inspiration and the tutorial :-) xxx

Helen said...

Oh my word, this is fantastic!! Gorgeous colours, Sue - they look so good together.

Julie Ann Lee said...

This is so beautiful! I love your colour palette; the techniques you used and the combination of stamps and stencils. A brilliant and inspiring project! Lovely to see your work again! Julie Ann xxx

Jacqui Hall said...

Great make, like what you used for tiles, shame beer mats aren't that readily available anymore ;)

Rosie Schirrmeister said...

This is brilliant, love every detail, thank you for sharing

Craft Addicts - Tracy Evans said...

Stunning Sue, wonderful design and colours x x

Hazel Agnew said...

Fabulous detail, fabulous colours, so pleased to see you back. Unusual idea , very refreshing. Xx

isisimaginings.com said...

So gorgeous! I love the colours & the layers of stencilling.

Kathi said...

This is spectacular!

I love everything about it!

Seth said...

This is quite impressive and beautifully done. Love all the layering.

craftytrog said...

A amazing project Sue! I love it!!!
Alison xxx

craftimamma said...

Fabulous project. Awesome background and colours and the main focal image looks gorgeous.

Hugs
Lesley Xx

Renee said...

This is amazing, I love the colors as well as the images.

Ruth said...

Absolutely love those colours and great idea to use coasters that way, definitely inspired

Sioux P said...

what a fantastic project and thank you for the fabulous step by step. Love the stamps keep thinking I have enough and then I see something like this. Brilliant

Deborah Wainwright said...

Wow Sue fantastic creation love the stamps want them all hehe x

Astrid Maclean said...

Absolutely stunning!! This is so clever, love how the panels link together and yet each one is a piece of art in itself! Brilliant make!!

Craftyfield said...

What an original idea to combine the beer mats into one piece of art! Brilliant colours and layers of stamping and stencilling.

JackieP Neal said...

Wow Wow WoW! I love all of Lynn's stamps and all of your designs!!

Linda M. Cain said...

Gorgeous, gorgeous, gorgeous!!!

~Linda

Lucy Edmondson said...

Really beautiful and original, sue,

Lucy x

Etsuko Noguchi said...

Wow! wonderful everything!! Tiled Board idea, background, stenciled, embellishments and LP stamped Oh What I say!! I love it! xx

butterfly said...

Sorry to be late catching up - this is an absolute joy!
Alison x

Kezzy said...

Wow wow wow absolutely gorgeous stunning creation. I truly love how you have built up the layers. Even though I couldn't play that week I am half way through a project inspired by this. I have to say ahuge thanks, I never could get my stencilling right and have now took your advice with a stencil brush, wow I'm like a kid, my stencilling looks awesome and I can do the bumping techniques at last so a mega thanks Sue. Kezzy:-) xxxxx

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