Tuesday, 16 June 2015

Chocolate Baroque Punky Flowers.

Welcome to all my new followers, hope you enjoy the journey.

I decided to join in the challenge at Chocolate Baroque this month.

I love the colour scheme they have chosen so decided to give it a go.


And here's what I made and some stages in making.


I started by adding some crackle medium through a stencil.

 
 


Next I added some flower and leaf detail again using a stencil but this time by Tim Holtz.


 
Gradually the canvas developed.
 


I added colours to match with the challenge and this included acrylic paints and various colours of Treasure Gold.
 
At this stage I have added some tissue paper to the background, the Chocolate Baroque Punky Flowers which I stamped earlier and coloured using my Chameleon pens, a die cut sentiment, some die cut lattice thinlets and buttons.
I glazed most of the flowers and you can probably see that most of it is quite wet at this stage.


 
And the finished piece as it is now.

 
And a close-up.
 
 
Hope you enjoy looking and happy crafting,
 
Angela xXx
 
 
 
I am entering this in the Chocolate Baroque
Challenge for June challenge 11.
 
 

13 comments:

  1. Really beautiful project and brilliant step by step photos, thank you for entering the Chocolate Baroque Challenge.mgood luck xx

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  2. Hello Angela,
    This is a stunning canvas, I love the Bg and also the flowers, The palette is very friendly to the eye.
    Smiles:)
    Sue

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  3. I love the wonderful texture you created in the background and the colouring of the flowers is just gorgeous! Hugs, Anne xx

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  4. Gorgeous canvas Angela, fabulous background, love those flowers an colors.
    Hugs Pam x

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  5. Gorgeous, Angela, as always! Great colour scheme and lots of delicious texture. I love Choc Baroque stamps!

    Thanks for your lovely comment - I've got a few more lavender bags and boxes in the pipeline but only to finish what I started. I'll be doing chemo angels next! so glad you like what I've done!

    Not doing so well with my chemo this time and feeling pretty poorly, so I shan't be joining in with WOYWW this week.

    Shoshi

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  6. Beautiful indeed!! Love those colors and especially loving your added pastes for texture!! xo

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  7. Gorgeous Angela!! I love the pinks and purples together and your background is stunning! Love your big flowers, what fun!! hugs :)

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  8. Oh I love these colours, Angela...what a beautiful piece you've done.

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  9. Oh I love these colours, Angela...what a beautiful piece you've done.

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  10. I've never been creative so this all amazes me .,but I figure it's never too late to give my Hidden talent a go and just have fun and enjoy what I Can do . It's a journey . Right now I just figured out how to set up a blog after hours no days of try try try . This piece is beautiful

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  11. Omg this is you , I'm humbled . Keep on the road and enjoy the journey . Thanks again . Joy now jan

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  12. Beautiful design, congrats on your top 3 award. Shirleyx

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  13. I love this canvas and the tecjniques you used are so inspiring!

    Happy WOYWW!
    Sussie nr 17

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