Thursday, July 17, 2014

Alerted Shabby Chic Plaque

Namaste guys!!

I have a fun little project share today!  It's an alerted plaque, with my blog"s name !!! 

The video is at 4x speed so you don't get bored. So, let me walk you guys through the process.  

>>I painted the plaque in gold then used a crackle medium in it and then painted it white so it had some cool cracked effect.  Then I used some script stamp I had and stamped all over it for added interest. 
I tore a pattern paper with script on it from the DCWV. And inked it generously with vintage photo .

>>I painted the MDF pieces with white and then inked them. Also tried a little crackle paint.

>>Inked the satin flowers and added tiny brads for centers. Each flower has 2 flowers pieces!!

>>I also used the script stamp on the flowers and inked the edges.

>>I used some vintage watch pieces from my collection(Just love using those). 

>>The alphabets i used are MDF too i added some glue on each of them and then drowned them in tons of glitter. After that was dry i used Vintage Photo re-inker to stain them.. Fun!!


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  1. Fab plaque ashmita. What a wonderful keepsake. Enjoyed the video too. Thank you so much for playing along with Lulupu 3d challenge.

  2. Love the vintage feel to your plaque Ashmita! Gorgeous!
    Thank you for joining us at Lulupu challenge#35-Go 3D

  3. Wow! Your altered plaque looks gorgeous, Ashmita. I love the crackle effect that you have created on the background and the beautiful way you have embellished it. Totally loving the vintage feel of your project.

    Thank you so much for playing along Lulupu #35 and best of luck :)

  4. Beautiful work Ashmita. Thank you so much for joining the fun at Lulupu go 3D challenge. Good luck.. :)

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