Friday, 24 July 2015

2015 #3 Wait For Me... {by Liesbeth Fidder}

Hi, it's Liesbeth here. I made this Time-Triptych with two of the wonderful new Hot Picks stamp sets, I really love the stamps !


I stamped the head (HP1504EZ)  onto a piece of masking tape, cut it out and stuck it on a wooden icon triple . I also masked both side panels.


To create structure, I used the stencil Mini Postcard and some Grunge Paste.


I removed the masks, let the paste dry well  and painted the entire piece with Fresco Acrylic Paint. I used Chalk, but you can also use another light colour or white. A perfect base coat: one very thin layer is enough. 


Using a wet sponge , I started painting the piece building up layers as shown. I used Fresco Paints Mermaid, Bora Bora, Beach Hut and South Pacific. My favourite range ! :-D I kept the area of the head white.


I sponged some accents around the edges with a bit of Glass Blue..


...and did the same using the beautiful dark Inky Pool to create depth. I also painted the  cross-cut ends of the wood with Glass Blue.


I dripped down some (very) watered down French Roast paint, I let it just run here and there from the top downwards.


 I stamped the head and clocks  (HP1502EZ) onto white tissue paper, and the text ,Wait for me' (I didn't ink ,Hey') and the plate on a piece of cardstock, all with StazOn ink Jet Black.


I cut out the tiny clocks and the plate and teared out the face. After that I coloured the text and frame a bit with blue and brown Distress Inks.


I attached the face and the small clocks at the surface with Golden gel.


After drying, I stamped the several stamps of the two HP sets and Ink and the Dog Clocks Plate 5 , I filled the entire piece using StazOn ink again.

Ink and Dog:Clocks Plate 5

Using the watered down brown Fresco paint again, I painted some clocks and gears.


I finished the piece with a thin layer of Treasure Gold Brass at the edges and onto the Grunge Paste, I just aplied it with my finger. I added the plate (foam tape) and a metal clock.


Some details:


I used two brads to finish the plate.






Hope you like it ! I enjoyed the new stamps and of course the wonderful PaperArtsy supplies a lot while creating this ! See you next time !
Liesbeth X

Thanks Liesbeth, these are some of my 'go to' colours too. Wonderful use of the new Hot Picks stamps. The head is a fabulous focal image, and brilliantly shown off here with the supporting columns of clocks on either side. 

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13 comments:

Helen said...

I love this - so much interest and texture!! love the colours, too.

PaperArtsy Rubber Stamps said...

Ohhh great project Liesbeth!!!

Craftyfield said...

Gorgeous! Love the colours, textures and the stamps of course!

suzieq23 said...

Just a big WOW!! Love it and thanks for such great step-by-steps.

craftimamma said...

Wonderful triptych Liesbeth! I love the texture and the images hyou used.

Hugs
Lesley Xx

Julie Ann Lee said...

Inspired use of these stamps - so much lovely texture! Oh and blues to die for! Lovely lovely piece of work! xxx

Etsuko Noguchi said...

Magnificent this Time-Triptych!! Fabulous images of the new Hot-Picks and beautiful blue colours. Thank you for the great tutorial. I love this!! xxx

Kirsten Alicia Sheridan said...

That is fantastic. Love the texture & colours.

suzyb said...

I have a piece of wood like this and you have given me step by step instructions to make it like yours, except the stamps. Love those stamps. Thanks for sharing this one!

artmadnana said...

Oh wow oh wow oh wow. Amazing work! Gorgeous. Love it so much. Great step by step too. Now this really is inspiring me to go and create!

mamablitger said...

You created an awesome triptych. . I just love the colors you used. And the stamps ....oh my.. You really created something special.
Thank you so much for sharing.
Hugs from Monica... Spain

Hazel Agnew said...

Beautiful blues! Love this piece of art and must own the stamps! Xx

MaRyKaY said...

Gorgeous. Love that structure and the stamp sets are awesome

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