Today I want to share this project with you all.
Inspiration comes easy when using laser wood embellishments from
Then I used white embossing paste using three different stencils.
Everything was glued into place. I overlapped the hearts in this picture above on the lower left.
I tore strips of paper with gears on it from Tattered Tales and glued them to the sides of the book using Mod Podge.
First I began to cover the spine of the book with words from a dictionary then I changed my mind about it and instead, I cut strips of aluminum cabinet paper.
I used my glimmer mists on the book, keeping clear of the sides.
Used my Silks (spicy tomato) to deepen some of the red areas that I had misted. To deepen the blue/green areas I used acrylic paint, classic teal.
After drying drying, I took my Inka Golds, silver and lava red and blended it around the sides of the the book using my finger.
There's another ULD gear behind the anger and below the red pot.
After things got completely dry, I went over some areas with the silver Inka Gold metallic rub for highlights.
I then added some metal embellishments.
(Aleen's tacky glue was also used on some embellishments.)
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paper mache book, white gesso, embossing paste, glimmer mists (frozen lake & candy apple red), acrylic paint white and classic teal, silks (spicy tomato), Inka Gold metallic rubs (silver & lava red), DCWV Tattered Tales 12x12 paper, Aleen's tacky glue, E6000 fray lock, TH Stencil-hearts, TCW 6x6 stencil designed by Jaime, Heidi Swapp spray stencil, TH ideaology, mini hearts, butterflies, embossing fades, prima flowers, Recollections Frames and resin corners, lace trimming, screen, Beads Landings, small terra cotta pot, Jolee's sticker, Angels, baby mini safety pin, Retro Cafe Art mini scissors, Copic pen R29, metallic adhesive metal and metal studs-unknown.