Sunday, 8 December 2013

That Craft Place Challenge with a Paperartsy Twist

Hi ya, now I bet your wondering about the title, well I really wanted to enter this weeks challenge over at the Paperartsy Blog and this weeks inspirational designer is the amazing Alison Bomber, please pop over there and see her work, it's truly awesome.  So the only way to enter was to combine it with my DT piece for That Craft Place Challenge Blog which is Christmas.  I love how Alison uses so much texture and this inspired me for this piece.  Initially I was going to use one of the Jo Firth Young stamps as a snowman but he looked a bit flat so I ended up making my own, not sure if he looks a bit creepy though lol lol.

It was so difficult to take a picture lol, all products are at the bottom of
the page, most of them are Paperartsy.
All the texture is made by their Grunge Paste, it's the best product I 
have ever used (along side their Fresco paint lol).
It was like icing a cake, now I have never ever managed to get
icing where it was perfect, but I can imagine it would
feel and go on just like grunge paste lol.











Right I shall be off, hope your all having a wonderful day, I shall be back with another post tomorrow :-).
Happy Crafting :-)
Lots of Hugs
Kezzy xxxxx

Recipe
Paperartsy Fresco Paints - snowflake, stone, bora bora, mocha mousse
Paperartsy Grunge Paste
Paperartsy stamps - Hat - LPC004 and Signs JOFY19
Treasure Gold - sapphire and white fire
Imagination Crafts - Sparkle Medium - diamond
Stencils - Dylusions (snowflakes) and Tim Holtz layering stencils - dot fade and holly bough.
Gems

9 comments:

Craftyfield said...

What a yummy texture, must get myself some grunge paste!

Etsuko Noguchi said...

Wow really wonderful project. Beautiful colours and Santa
Is so cute. xx

ionabunny said...

Love your texture and glitter. It really looks like the snow has decked everything. Creepy snowman? Nah. Love his topper

jojo79 said...

Beautiful hanging. Love the texture

Jo
x

Darcy UK said...

Really love it, just want to stroke that texture.

Lizzy said...

My goodness, such a lot of work, I love it! DT hugs x x

Julie Ann Lee said...

Lovely, textured project! I don't think the Snowman looks creepy at all. He's really cute! Julie Ann xx

butterfly said...

I love your sparkly snow scene - what a great way to use the texture - and your Frosty Snowman is adorable, not at all scary! Gorgeous make, Kerry - thank you so much for playing along this week!
Alison xx

rachel said...

fabulous make Kerry - the texture really is amazing - fabulous scene xx