Saturday, 18 February 2017

2017 #2 Spring-ish Hanger {by Etsuko Noguchi}

2017 Topic 2: Masks


Etusko is a bit of a Lynne Perrella fan, as you are about to find out! In this post she effectively shows how to pull out all the details from these amazing stamps so effectively! Carefully placed colour really brings these stamps to life like no other collection. Enjoy!

Hi everyone, Etsuko Noguchi of My Favorite Things here. 

Every year January and February are very exciting month because new products will be released. Especially the new Lynne Perrella stamps, that was a wonderful gift for PA freaks! 

This fortnight Topic is 'Masks'. I'd like to share with you this evening a post using masks with Lynne Perrella's stamps. The new stamp collection is so beautiful and high-quality --AMAZING!!--  I have often used this method with using stencils. But for this project I'd like to try with a masking tape that I leaned in Mary Jane Chadbourne online class last summer. Masking tape is very convenient and do not damage a surface of paper, there are the reason.


A hanger is most popular gift object. It is nice to put a family picture in the back of this door.

Using the masking tape is very easy...I stamped new Lynne Perrella collection on top.


I love brayer work, sometimes I found an unexpected mixture of colors, this time I used Caribbean See and Coral Fresco, to finish I added Nougat Fresco to make it soft colors.


like to make three-dimensional objects. It's like something extra and still stimulates my child's mind. This time I attached a thin interior to behind the door.


I couldn't decide the color of the background Linda Brown ELB29 leaves so I made a color scheme using Photoshop. These are another color candidates and the doors and face were scanned in advance. Finally I used Lake Wanaka Fresco on the background.


I stamped LPC036 it using a stamp positioner so I don't want to mistake the position.


I painted with watercolors.



I love to make any embellishments so I made the door items with paper clay. Painting Lake Wanaka, Chocolate Pudding Fresco and Treasure Gold Classic.



This is the interior, I used beautiful LPC36 and Hot Pics HP1602EZ  butterfly. 
On the left messy stamped paper is for masks.



Finally I made the frame painting Space Cadet Fresco also I added the swing beads and the chain. 

New Beautiful Lynne Perrella collections are high-quality stamps that evokes various ideas of my craft life. Thank you for joining me, and hope you like it. I look forward to meeting you soon.

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Oh my Etsuko, I loved reading your process so much! From Photoshop to clay!!! The depth by turning this into something dimensional  and niche-like was fantastic! Thankyou for sharing on the blog, a pleasure to have you here! ~ Leandra



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19 comments:

Helen said...

Well done, Etsuko, this is fabulous!

Lauren Hatwell said...

This is so beautiful Etsuko. Lx

Lucy Edmondson said...

This is so glorious etsuko, i love that you made a niche with clay pieces,

Lucy x

butterfly said...

Really lovely, Etsuko - your tinting of the image makes her look beautiful, and I love your clay niche.
Alison x

Chris Cresswell said...

Fabulous as always Etsuko. Great use of the masking tape. That's a great tip. Love the backgrounds and the way you've coloured the image! Lovely.

Miriam said...

Gorgeous project Etsuko :)

Wanda Hentges said...

Fabulous project!!!

Mac Mable said...

So very different and absolutely gorgeous x

Craftyfield said...

A gorgeous project Etsuko! I love the paper clay embellishments too.

Marci said...

Very, very beautiful!

Etsuko Noguchi said...

Thank you so much for kind comments all. It is a great honor and a source of tomorrow's work. xx

Bryan Evans said...

Lovely creation Etsuko

Sarah B said...

Beautiful- love the colours you've used xx

Colleen said...

This is just beautiful

craftimamma said...

Wow, Etsuko this is truly stunning! I love the way you have watercoloured the beautiful image (can't wait to add that to my collection of LP stamps). You have created such a lot of interest and details on this glorious hanger. Well done!

Hugs
Lesley Xx

Hazel Agnew said...

Sorry that I am late to comment Etsuko! This is absolutely stunning. Xx

craftytrog said...

Beautiful!!!

Julie Ann Lee said...

Wow, Etsuko, this is such a stunning project! Somehow I missed seeing it a couple of days ago, but I'm simply blown away by it! Well done! xx

Kirsten said...

Etsuko, this is stunning!! A real work of art & so beautiful .

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