Friday 10 November 2017

2017 #16 Rust: Rusty Emblem with EAB {by Etsuko Noguchi}

2017 Topic 16: Rustification

The lovely Etsuko from Japan is back tonight, and she always offers us ideas with interesting products, and challenging craft boundaries. Tonight she has an overall rusty vibe with a gorgeous patina and gets lots of stamps in on the action too! 

Hi everyone, it's Etsuko happy with you todayand I'd like to share with you ......

This time I put Alison's fabulous new stamp in the emblem and decorated with frame. And I made iron rust and patina with Fresco Paints. It is not so difficult to make patina but it was difficult to resemble iron rust, I added micro beads as a supplement.

I wanted to give rust and winter atmosphere with simple color inside this frame.

I painted Smoked Paprika, Brown Shed, Blood Orange, Chocolate Pudding, Mud Splat and little Black Dress over and over on the white paper.

 Then I embossed   Scrapcosy's ESC09 frames using 'seafoam white' embossing powder.

Next I made emblem stamped with Scrapcosy's ESC09 using  Apoxie clay. This clay becomes like a resin when it dried and it can make fine details. 

I made a patina on the emblem using Hey Pesto, Green Olive, Captain Peacock, Chocolate Pudding and Little Black Dress Fresco Chalk Paints and finished it with Treasure Gold. Also I made crackle using Space Cadet, Chalk and Crackle Glaze on the white card for the back ground.

I wanted to need some dimensional pieces to the emblem. Then I decided to make on white holly leaves using Green Man, Olive Tree infusions and white embossing powder.

Finally I made the wintry background using Scrapcosy ESC07 stamp, and Distress Inks: Iced Spruce Oxide, Broken China Oxide, Vintage Photo ink, clear crack paste and micro beads.

And here is the finished sample.
I used an Alison Bomber quote featured on the central emblem.

And I also made a couple of tags, also using Alison's Stamps
Eclectica {Alison Bomber} Set 03 as well as Set 05 featured at the top of this post.

I enjoyed mixing paint an ordinary way but there are various methods of rust and I am looking forward to seeing what you make. 

Thank you so much joining me and hope you like it. 

Etsuko xx

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It's lovely to have you back here on the blog Etsuko! What a wonderful post and a great series of rusty ideas too. You are so clever with paints, ink and more, and it is a pleasure to see what you create! Thankyou ~Leandra

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Helen said...

Love this, Etsuko!

Hazel Agnew said...

So happy to see you back Etsuko. This post is a total triumph. Your beautiful artwork showcases these designers so well. Your work is so beautiful and so unique. Loving the contrasts that you have achieved. Wonderful! Xx 😀

Corrie Herriman said...

Beautiful Etsuko !!
Corrie x said...

WOw what wonderful inspiration you have shared Etsuko!

Words and Pictures said...

How amazing to create the central frame from a sculpted version of the Scrapcosy stamp - fantastic innovation. And I love the white embossed stamping over the rusty backgrounds, especially of the words and that wonderful holly spray. A brilliantly rusted, patina'd creation, Etsuko!
Alison x

Words and Pictures said...

Forgot to say I really love the two tags too - gorgeous! xx

Etsuko said...

Thank you so much Helen, Hazel, Corrie, Julie and Alison for your fabulous comments, I am very pleased and always it will encourage my next work. xxx

Mac Mable said...

Absolutely amazing, thank you for the step by step and fabulous inspiration x

Ruth said...

Wow, beautiful frame and absolutely love the tags! x

geezercrafter said...

Fab projects Etsuko. Love the frame and all of the backgrounds,all adds up to brilliant creations.

Scrapcosy said...

Beautiful project Etsuko! The crackle-rusty effect of the blue panel is already gorgeous! So many layers... And the 3D frame looks beautiful with that patina effect! Perfect frame for the great Alison's quotes!! Congratulations!! :)

Lucy Edmondson said...

This is just incredible, Etsuko, i love all the paint effects and that clay frame blew me away. Love this!

Lucy x

Kirsten said...

Beautiful projects. The frame looks great and I love the tags.

Julie Lee said...

Etsuko, this is superb. I'm sorry I'm so late to comment. I am trying to catch up with blogs. I am speechless with admiration for the original way you used the stamps and the rust to create a project of such beauty and atmosphere. It's wonderful, my friend! xx

SewPaperPaint said...

Etsuko, what an awesome effect you've gained by stamping the clay. Your layers and use of white are most impressive and inspiring. The tags along would have been enough inspiration, how incredibly beautiful! Hugs, Autumn

craftytrog said...

Beautiful projects Etsuko! xxx