Wednesday, 28 May 2014

Triptych {with Lynne Perrella Stamps by Linda Cain}

Hi Everyone!!! Linda Cain here, and I'm back with some of the most GORGEOUS stamps I've ever had the pleasure of working with. I am a giddy fan of Lynne Perrella and just love how they stamp up on Fresco Paints.


So let's get started!!!


I rummaged around in my stash and found a 10" tall, white, paper mache Triptych from ages ago. It has 3 inserts that looked perfect for adding the Ladies from the new Lynne Perrella Collection. I LOVE them all, and they go so well together with the Pens and Inks!

*You could make your own triptych by cutting 3 large pieces of chipboard and linking them together with any Tissue Tape. They don't have to have frame sections. * 


I started by painting the Triptych with Little Black Dress. You only need to paint the frame section as we're going to add pictures in the centers.Then I added some Irish Cream to my Grunge Paste and recklessly applied it over a stencil. I wanted it to look distressed and old, so don't worry about having it in perfect sections.
  

Then I added some Crackle Glaze over the Black painted areas. When dry, add Tikka and watch the magic! It also is roughly added in as another layer will cover some of this part.

Then I used the same stencil to add some Irish Cream in areas that needed a bit more contrast. This is all very rough to make it look vintage.


The next step is with white Smoothy White Stamping Card. I cut 6 pieces all 1/4 inch smaller than the opening of the Triptych...3 for the front and 3 to decorate the back as well.
Using Cut-N-Dry foam squares, I added my Fresco Paints. I used Pumpkin SoupCaramel, Irish CreamBrown ShedBlood OrangeClaretTinned PeasHyde ParkBora Bora, and Inky Pool. Lots and lots of dabs on the white paper makes for brilliantly colourful background!


Try to imagine where the image of the ladies face will be and use Irish Cream and Caramel in those spots.
LPC026
LPC027

The next part is what I LOVE to do most of all....stamping with Jet Black Archival Ink onto colour!
LPC028
Are these gorgeous together or what??? The detail on the Fresco Paint is just incredible.


Using the other 3 pieces of cut paper, I added Blood Orange and Claret to them. When dry, I stamped the large background stamp from LPC030 and filled in the other areas with smaller stamps.


The back has no insert areas, so I used Graphic 45 Steampunk Spells paper that has the same 2 blue shades in it to create a frame for the 3 sections. It was meant to be!

LPC030
 All that remains is to glue your pieces onto the front and back of the Triptych and add a couple of vintage pen nibs for fun. I also stamped the word Indian Ink from LPC029 and cut it out to put underneath the pen nibs.

LPC029

That's it for me. I love coming over here and sharing with all the wonderful Patwits. Such a fun group of talented people. So get out your stash and just have a go of it with lots of colour!
I'll be back again next month to share another project with you. Watch this space!
Linda

A huge thanks to Linda from PaperArtsy HQ, the colours on this piece are so wild and vibrant. They draw you in and feel magical ,who could fail to be inspired. 

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20 comments:

Helen said...

Absolutely love this,Linda! What fantastic bright colours on the backgrounds, and yes, how well they take the black ink.

Penny Nuttall said...

Beautiful clear stamping Linda as usual. Real skill!

Julie Ann Lee said...

Wow! This is terrific! As always your stamping is second to none and - yes - those lovely ladies look great together and go so well in this fabulous triptych! Julie Ann xxx

sam21ski said...

Another great make Linda, love how you get your colours soooo bright.

Sam xx

Kathi said...

I so totally love everything about this from the painted stencil-textured frame to the colorful backgrounds that make the fabulous black-stamped images pop to the back of the triptych!

Great work!

Gabrielle said...

Ooh! Love this! Mmm... Lots of ideas bubbling away now...!!! Thank you for the inspiration!

Deborah Wainwright said...

This is stunning, fantastic choice of stamps and the colours work so well. Great make xx

Lin said...

Wow this is gorgeous!! so bright and sunny :D I love this last release of LP stamps so will def be having a go at this!!

butterfly said...

Another total stunner from Linda - wow! Glorious colours, and those frames are so cool.
Alison x

isisimaginings.com said...

Very loud fangirl screaming from me Linda! I absolutely LOVE this. The colours are gorgeous.

Lori said...

Wow, absolutely gorgeous! Those colors are just so vibrant!

Jackie said...

Linda this is a fabulous project♥
I love the black on the bright colors!

Anjas-Artefaktotum said...

An unique really breathtaking masterpiece!
Big hugs Anja

mamablitger said...

Linda your art is amazing. Oh gosh... love your triptych. The vibrant colors, your textures created via several layers of paint, crackle, emb paste etc. WOW !!!!
You are so talented. Thanks a lot for sharing this lovely piece of art.
Hugs from SPAIN

Gillian .... said...

Good to see your art again Linda, love the bold colours along with the new LP designs. x

Linda M. Cain said...

Thanks everyone! See you next month!

~Linda

JackieP Neal said...

Linda! This is fabulous! Is there nothing you can't do?!! Love it!

craftimamma said...

Fabulous! Fabulous! What wonderful colours Linda and fab stamping of the LP ladies. Must try & play tomorrow ..... who needs housework! ;D

Hugs
Lesley Xx

Lucy Edmondson said...

I love this, Linda, am always excited when you're on the blog, especially in Lynne Perrella mode!

Lucy x

Coco said...

Really a gorgeous Tryptich, love this one by Linda!!! Hugs, Coco xx

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