Monday, 4 July 2016

2016 #13 Delft Tiles {by Liesbeth Fidder}

 2016 Topic 13: Paper Piecing

Hi everyone, Liesbeth here.

Tonight I'd like to share with you this evening with a post about Paper piecing !

First thing I was thinking about when I heard the words ,Paper piecing' was a beautiful big fabric quilt. Second thing in my mind was (very Dutch ;-) ) Delft blue kitchen tiles. The Lynne Perrella stamps are so very perfect for this ! So I have chosen the tiles, wanted to create Delft blue antique tiles !

You need to know : the moment I start a project, I never have a plan in mind,never, I just start ... That's the reason I made far to much painted and crackled paper. Just one A4 piece is enough for this project.


Step One: I covered a (one is really enough) piece of Smoothy Stamping card A4 with a layer of Fresco Finish : Southern skies and after drying with a thin layer of Crackle Glaze.


Step Two: As soon as I dried the Crackle Glaze , I covered it with a layer of Fresco paint Chalk. You can find everything about Crackle Glaze and ,how to' in Leandra's video HERE !


Step Three: After drying the crackles, I punched 1 inch squares and stamped them by inking the stamp  with Archival Cobalt and putting the little paper square onto the stamp as shown. I made 4 different tiles, 10 times each. 

I used the following LPC stamps: LPC028,



and LPC014 for this.


Step Four: Onto the left over ckrackled piece I stamped the ,tea cup woman' from LPC014 using StazOn ink Jet Black and I cut her out (without the background, just the woman)


Step Five: I coloured the pieces using  a waterbrush and Fresco paint  Coral (the perfect skin colour !) and Southern Skies


Step six: I sponged the edges of the tiles with black ink to let them pop out..
  

Step seven: I glued the tiles tight onto a piece of off-white cardstock and a blue card. Using some foam tape, I finished the card by adding the woman.





A tiny ,left-over' card !


Well, I hope you like this technique and give it a trie yourself ! Of course you are free to choos other colours or other parts of Lynne Perrelle stamps , there all very good for this style! Have fun  creating your own paper pieced Delft Blue !


Wow Liesbeth, you always seems to weave wonderful magic with Lynne Perrella Stamps, the tiled background idea is fantastic and the idea to borrow from Delft China is perfect!! Thanks so much for sharing! ~Gillian


We would love to see how you interpret this House topic by linking what you make to our 2016 Challenge #13: Paper Piecing, on this page HERE.

All of our bloggers love to see your twist on their ideas,  particularly if you were inspired directly by their post. 

All links go in the draw to win a £50 voucher to spend on products of your choice from the PaperArtsy online store. The Paper Piecing link will close 17:00 (London Time) Sunday, July 10th 2016. The winner will be announced 1  hours later at 18:00.

13 comments:

Chris Cresswell said...

That's an interesting idea. Love those stamps.

Helen said...

what a fabulous idea! I love Delft and this is perfect.

Kirsten said...

I love this! It is beautiful.

Lauren Hatwell said...

Wow! That's gorgeous Liesbeth. A really lovely idea. Lx

Julie Ann Lee said...

Great idea Liesbeth! I have always wanted to visit Delft. xx

Ruth said...

So beautiful, so clever, love it! Ruth x

Lesley Ebdon said...

What a beautiful project and such effective use of the stamps. Loving the Delft effect!

Hugs
Lesley Xx

Wendy Bellino said...

What a unique card! The delft tiles are fabulous, and your teacup lady is ready for tea! Great design!

Miriam said...

What a beautiful project - lovely paper piecing

Etsuko Noguchi said...

Wonderful idea, this is so beautiful. xx

Craft-E-Place said...

Fantastic card, brilliant design, great idea and clear instructions! Now I just need to remember it!
Brilliant.
Elaine

Lucy Edmondson said...

This is absolutely breathtaking! A wonderful idea and beautifully executed. You made me smile liesbeth as I always make far too many pieces too!

Lucy x

craftytrog said...

A beautiful project Liesbeth! x

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