28 January 2016

De Claris Sancte

Hi there

Georgie here today and if you have come over from my blog you may have read a little story to go along with this creation. If not, and you fancy a mind wander, you can check it out here.


This whole book was made completely from scratch, I will list all products at the bottom of the post. However, a spoonful of Tim Holtz ideology products, a pinch of Prima Relics, a dash of Finnabair mediums and a whisper of paint you get this!

Papers are made from regular computer paper with some tea stain, then a touch of Vintage Photo Distress Ink.



Some torn Tim Holtz French Industrial papers. I found matte medium was the best for gluing and and layering with. Most importantly though, use it to seal the top layer.

 I love Sandra's gorgeous relics from Prima. They add such a magical dimension!

Products Used:
Tim Holtz Idea-ology Bird Cage
Tim Holtz Idea-ology 
Tim Holtz French Industrial
Tim Holtz Vintage Photo Distress Ink
Tim Holtz Vintage Photo Distress Paint
Finnabair Matte Medium
Glossy Accents
Finnabar Black Gesso

9 comments:

Shilpa Nagaonkar said...

Its gorgeous !!

Astrid Maclean said...

All I can say is wow Georgie, this looks like more Luthien Thye inspiration to me, - off for a closer look at your blog.....Stunning!!!!

butterfly said...

A stunning creation!
Alison x

Craftyfield said...

Perfect medieval look for this book! Loved the story too...

Redanne said...

Absolutely stunning and the story is pretty amazing too! xx

Darlene G said...

Beautiful and thank you for the history lesson.

Sara Barker said...

Fabulous use of the products! I love your metallics! Still drooling!

Jackie P Neal said...

Wow! So very very cool! off for a closer look!
Jackie
http://www.creatingwithoutcrayons-jackiepneal.com/

Pawsitively Creative said...

I just drooled some more over this design Gee! Wonderous, absolutely wonderous! The only question is:what is the book made of? Foam core? Gloriously well designed and the story adds to the drama! Wowzers!!!!