Today's project is another canvas board as I'm a tiny bit obsessed with doing these at the moment, and Oozak is hosting a fun challenge where Anything Goes with Texture. To me that means altered art. Yay!
I wanted to use these hinges that I had made several months ago using grungeboard as the base, then painting/embossing with various metallic paints and embossing powders then doing a final rub with black Staz-On ink. So as I was playing around with ideas on how to make a doorknob, my daughter suggested I use an antique drawer knob that we bought last summer in a small Texas town we visited. Perfect!
Paris, which you can find in the Inspired By Stamping store.
The flower is made of sticky back canvas with various treatments including paint, stencils and inks. A couple of layers of tulle (painted blue and teal) were adhered and then blasted with the heat tool to cause them to partially melt and curl. A tiny cupid sits on top, having been inked in black to tone down the bright gold. That's cheesecloth underneath, dyed with Vintage Photo, adhered with matte medium, then rubbed with gold Rub N Buff.
Here's the vintage drawer knob including the rusted hardware inside.
Because we should let it out.
The tiny bits are watch parts which I found on eBay.
The diamond shapes are molding paste applied through a stencil and painted.
A small tassel and tiny key charm.
And that wraps up today's project. Thank you so much for joining me, and I wish you a lovely day full of crafting goodness if possible!
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