Sunday, 17 August 2014

Welcome Back GD: Kate Yetter Project #1 Altered Frame Box

"Hello all, Kate here with my finale week of projects as a Guest Designer. Lets start tonight with a frame box from my stash which was just crying out to be transformed".


Here is a pic of all the supplies I used.


I added a drop of the Fresco Finish Paints to an acrylic stamping block, added a squirt of water and painted my stamped images.

After painting my images from EDY07  and EM05 I cut them out and inked the edges.




I covered my frame box in a coat of gesso before applying Grunge Paste through a flourish stencil.


Fresco Finish Pumpkin Soup was used to paint over the entire box.


I stamped the entire box in a random pattern.



I wanted some more white so I added more gesso to the box with a palette knife.


I used my finger and a palette knife to add Fresco FinishCaramel in various places.


Here comes my favorite part, drippy paint! I added various ink sprays and dripped them down the box until I reached the look that I wanted. Depending on the spray, I used a spray bottle with water to dilute the color and allow it to drip better.




And here is the final box after I added my stamped embellishments.


I hope you can join me again tomorrow night for project #2.

~Kate~

Leandra Says: An interesting project, great use of paint and paste textures.

Gillian Says:Lovely vibrant decor piece with some great added textures Kate.

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 August 24th 2014.

8 comments:

butterfly said...

Gorgeous colours and paint effects - another fabulous make from Kate!
Alison x

Hazel Agnew said...

Just love the colours and the drippage is to die for! Gorgeous stamping and grunge paste. Thanks for a delightful project! X

Helen said...

I love your drippage!! what a lovely frame.

massofhair said...

I always wonder what interesting project actually means...

Love your frame, an achievable and beautiful project. Fantastic inspiration:-) xxx

isisimaginings.com said...

That's wonderful, I love the drips of paint on the frame.

craftytrog said...

Love this!!! x

Michele said...

beautiful! thanks for the tutorial! xo

Dee Adams said...

Lovely! Dee x

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