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


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.

sarascloset said...

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

Jackie PN said...

Wow! So very very cool! off for a closer look!

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!!!!