Thursday, 16 January 2014

Recipe of Happiness

Can it be that I  wrote my own quote? Not sure it's totally mine, but I googled Happiness quotes as much as I could and my Recipe of Happiness seams to be totally original. So here is a quote I  made as a base of my altered Mixed Media framed piece:
Recipe of Happiness:
Spoon of Love and  few drops of Grace and Mercy
 And here is this altered  canvas  framed piece made for Prima January PPP- color challenge with mostly Prima products - paper, plastic bird, metal Love word, heart charm,  blings, flowers, mask, stamp, fabric letters, mini alphas. The only non Prima products here  is Recipe title from FabScraps new line and a chipboard swirl from Creative Embellishments. I used a lot of mediums here too: gesso, molding paste, embossing powders, embossing enamel, inks , paints and  mists. All mists are from LSG (as I only own this brand of mists). And a spoon? A real  old kitchen spoon painted with non paper craft paint, but home oil paint.






And some more web challenges
Coutry view- Monochromatic
 Berry 71Bleu- one little word and it's HAPPINESS
 Recycling for Scrap Africa: the old Ikea frame and a SPOON... 

13 comments:

DIANA L. said...

The colors are fantastic so soothing!! Have a great day.
DIANA L.
dianamlarson.blogspot.com

Denise van Deventer said...

Oh wow, this is such a great project! Love the canvas and the beautiful elements, along with that fabulous spoon! Lovely sentiment too....
Thanks so much for playing along with us at Scrap Africa! ;-)

Denise van Deventer said...

LOL...back to wish you a super 2014...and may this sentiment be with you everyday on your journey! Thanks so much for sharing your beautiful project with us at Berry71Bleu! ;-)

Cathi ONeill said...

Oh my, I am on team with Scrap Africa and Berry71Bleu like Denise! Gorgeous project and great inspirational word. Love the way you recycled! Thanks so much for joining us!!

Val Thorpe said...

A lovely canvas and I like your recipe for happiness. I love the re-cycled spoon it is original and clever. Thanks for playing along with us at Scrap Africa. :D

scrapwithada said...

This is such a great layout. I love the frame and man the spoon is such a clever idea. I love it. Thanks for sharing and thanks for playing with at Scrap Africa.

Rene Sharp said...

It's SO wonderful to have had your support of our challenge at SCRAP AFRICA. LOVE your work!! Smiles, Rene'

Dana Tatar {datatar} said...

Beautiful piece Irit! I love the little hearts. Thanks for joining the Berry71Bleu Challenge!

Kay Fatula said...

What a creative altered project! I enjoyed your interpretation of Happiness and how you embedded a real spoon into your work & gave it an artistic spin on it so it fits with your project. Such creative work. Thanks for joining us at Berry71Bleu!

Helen Wallace said...

An original and creative piece of Art...I love the quote and the colours you've used. Thanks for joining us as Scrap Africa :)

Patricia said...

Using the spoon on your project adds such a beautiful touch!!! Loving the idea! Thank you for playing along with our challenge at Scrap Africa!

Inkypinkycraft said...

a gorgeous and creative project! love the use of the spoon! Thanks for joining us at CountryViewCrafts challenge this month, hope to see you again x Trace x

Marelize said...

I just LOVE what you've done with the Ikea frame! Beautiful work. Thank you for playing along at Scrap Africa. :)

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