22 July 2015

My little treasure casket.

Hi my friends!
How are you today?  We're in the middle of July and it is so hot on the street!!! Here in Valencia, Castell√≥n (Spain), the temperature of water in the sea is +37 ° degrees! The truth is that you don't feel like going out, with air conditioning is fine inside :)) And what can be done at home meanwhile? Correct! Making scrapbook! :)
So I have prepared a  treasure casket for a little Princess :) Made in Shabby Chic style, with much glitter and flowers. This project is for A Sprinkle Of Imagination, an online store where you can buy everything you need for your Mixed Media projects.
  The top is decorated with beautiful Chipboard & Paper, all are in blue tones, very fresh and romantic :)  Different flowers serve as embellishment.
 The brightness above the flowers has been applying the Finnabair Art Ingredients Art Sugar with Finnabair Art Basics: Soft Matte Gel . I love this effect!

A Metal Charm, the  key adds a Shabby effect and underlines the significance of the functionality of the box, which is to save the Princess treasures :)


 I love this column, Resin Embellishment from Prima Marketing, it is so elegant, does'n it?


 To create the texture with Finnabair Art Basics: Modeling Paste and Buckground stencils, previously hitting a white Ribbons & Trims.
Golden Fluid Acrylics  paints and Crackle Paint, Liquitex white Gesso, Prima Color Bloom Sprays, are some of the materials that I used to get this relief. The blue middle perls give it a special touches and the estamping with Tim Holtz Distress Ink Pads creates a little more contrast. 

 Well, it is all for now. I hope you liked it and I will wait impatiently your valuable comments. A very big kiss. See you soon!
xxx

3 comments:

Caroline said...

A little princess would adore this lovely box, hiding away all her treasures. Really like the blues, all the texture & the key charm....

Karen Petitt said...

That's gorgeous! Love all the different textures and the colour is exquisite, thanks for sharing Karen

Jaine Drake said...

What....that sounds like bath water. It's hot here too and the only place to be is in my basement studio. What a gorgeous piece and so much attention to detail too. It's stunning.