Monday 27 August 2012

My No Name wall deco: Tando Creative fluorishes hop

Lately I decided to give up with a manicure and to let my fingers be dirty and this piece is the result of this decision. So this piece was made for this month Tando Creative blog hop and this month it's all about Fluorishes. So if you came from Tando blog- you on a right way as I am the very first on this hop.
The only Fluorish I have in my stash was this jourmaling piece and it was just perfect for my embellishment cluster).
Totally mixed media acrylic piece, made from both sides, using templates with gesso, stamping (The Rubber Cafe), Faber Castell Design Memory Crafts  Gelatos- all possible colors I have, mists, distress stains and much more dirty products.

The wooden frame I made with twine is totally recycled one (I just pulled some pieces from our living room vase).

The embellishment cluster was made with Tando Creative chipboard, Handmade Halo brass butterfly trinket and clock (painted with  shimmery paints); I also painted Handmade Halo resin leaves and made this IAMROSES flower cluster all misted  and I really love this piece!
 And  now for the next person on this hop: ZOE
We also have a small giveaway on this hop. SO please, be  a follower in our blogs and comment on each post and then one very lucky person will get a bunch of gorgeous chipboards to play with.
I enter this piece  to Limor's Weber MM Faber Castell Design Memory Craft August contest.


tracy said...

thats lovely irit-very different :)

Zoechaos said...

Magnificent hanging Irit everything about it is bright, fresh and exciting. XOXO Zoe

Claudia N. said...

What a lovely scene with that view through the hole in the brickwall!!! Love it!

Greetings from Vienna,

die amelie

Karen said...

ooo this is really lovely...a beautiful picture Irit xxx

Dana Tatar said...

Awesome piece Irit! I love all the layers of texture and color. Thanks for the inspiration!

Angelnorth said...

Great inky piece Irit, love the embellishment cluster!

Di said...

This is gorgeous Irit x

Gini said...

So glad you decided to ditch the manicures as this project is spectacular Irit!!
I find my inky fingers become clean once I've finished preparing the veggies for an evening meal - works a treat and nobody's died yet anyway ;-)

Words and Pictures said...

Gorgeous... love the broken down wall revealing the garden beyond!
Alison x

Maggie said...

Lovely hanging reminds me of The Secret Garden beyond the wall!


Claudia said...

Oh ist that wonderful!

Anonymous said...

I love it!

Paper Crafts & Scrapbooking Editor said...

Hey Irit! Thanks for linking this up to the Asymmetry Challenge in the Moxie Fab World! I'm so glad you joined in on all the fun! :)

Susie Bentz: My Time to Play said...

Inky fingers are a sign of a creative soul! Love this piece. Amazing amount of detail!

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