Friday, June 22, 2018

Vintage Bicycles with Deb Antonick

I just fell in love with these new Stamperia Rice papers.
I chose to make 2 canvases so as not to waste any of this gorgeous paper.

To start, I applied a coat of Gesso to chipboard bikes and the 2 wood canvases.

Cut the paper to fit the larger wood canvas keeping to the upper right of the paper so as to utilize the flowers. Apply with Matte Medium.
Use a palette knife and a brick look stencil and apply modelling paste to the smaller Wood Canvas, and the upper right and lower left of the larger canvas over the paper. Let dry.
Emboss the chipboard Bicycles and the branches with the Emerald Creek Allure Burnt Copper Leaves embossing powder.

Paint over the texture with Razzleberry. Let dry.
Drybrush over the pink with Light Buttermilk. Let dry.

Adhere the remaining paper to a piece of Cardstock with Matte Medium. Let dry, then cut to create the upper right and lower left corners.
Adhere the paper with glue.

Shade around the edges on both of the wood canvases with DecoArt Media Fluid Acrylics Burnt Umber.
Stamp a piece of cardstock with the Dream stamp and trim to size. Adhere with Matte Medium. Outline with the Stabilo pencil or permanent marker.
Add brads to the wheels.
Adhere all the chipboard pieces with Pop Up Glue Dots.
Adhere flowers with Glue.

Finish the sides of the wood canvas with Razzleberry.

Southern Ridge Trading Company Supplies Used:

Other Supplies Used:
- 8x8 Wood Canvas
- 6x6 Wood Canvas
- Stamperia Paper: Peach Blossoms
- Emerald Creek Craft Supplies: Burnt Copper Leaves Embossing Powder
- DecoArt Acrylics: Razzleberry and Light Buttermilk
- DecoArt Media: Gesso, Burnt Umber and Matte Medium
- Stencil: TCW 6x6 Brick Stencil
- Stamp: Dream Forever CRV219 - Stampendous
- Imagine Crafts: StazOn Jet Black Permanent Ink Pad
- Aleene's Tacky Glue
- Stabilo pencil or permanent black marker
- Small flowers and four brads
- Palette Knife, Scissors and Heat Tool

By Deb Antonick

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