Monday, 23 June 2014

GD: Kate Yetter Project #2 Altered Box {Part 2}


"Evening all, Kate here with tonight's finishing touches to my Altered Box project".


Using the large stamp from HP1302EZ, I stamped the image using Archival Ink Watering Can.



I used Distress Markers Fired Brick and Brushed Corduroy to color my image.




I like to use an old acrylic block as a palette for my paints. I make sure the block is clean and then color a moderate amount of color over the top. I then spray the color with my mini mister to turn it into a watercolor.



I used a small brush to color my image with the Brushed Corduroy.




I used the same technique to make a watercolor of the Fired Brick. I then highlighted the image adding shadow and such.




I stamped the sentiment from HP1302EZ and allowed it to dry. Actually, I am not very patient so I use my heat gun to speed up the process. I then sprayed the image with Dylusions Lemon Zest.



I added a bit of Fresco Finish Bora Bora to my acrylic block and added a splash of water.




I used a paint brush to add some blue to the stamped image.




Lastly, I cut out my images and added them to my box. I attached the sentiment and then added a coat of crackle glaze over the top.

 {Side View}



{Top View}


{View of Lid}

I hope you will join me again tomorrow evening for my final project of the week.

 ~Kate~

Leandra Says: Oh I really like the seaside-rustic feel you have achieved!

Gillian Says:Great to see how you brought this project together. Loving those new Hot Pick stamps.




If you would like to join in this week's challenge and play along with Kate'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 June 29th 2014.

8 comments:

Deborah Wainwright said...

Great box love it!

isisimaginings.com said...

That's really lovely.

keren said...

Love how you use different strengths of colour and loved seeing the creative process x

Coco said...

You have a style very unusual and striking, but there is a real beauty in some way each time in your projects.. I do not love all, but some, really really much!!! Coco x

Helen said...

fabulous touches to the box, Kate.

Julie Steed said...

What a fab box! Love all the layers and texture.

Julie Bell said...

Lovely finished box xx

butterfly said...

What fabulous painty textures on the box, Kate, and the crab looks so lovely with that delicate watercolour tinting.
Alison x

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