18 April, 2017

ART FRAME with SHERLOCK

Hello & Welcome
Thank you  for visiting Meg's Garden blog
There is a saying:
'Stop the world I want to get off'
I don't want to get off however I wouldlove it to slow just a little !!!
Recently I traveled to Victoria for a retreat & one of the classes was titled
WHERE IT FALLS
we gathered bits of nature & the created whatever came to mind
I gathered & brought it home to complete 
it was such fun to think outside the box a little
 & combine the gathered bits with papers 
from SHERLOCK JOURNAL VOL II
My base is mdf which is coated in gel medium & crumpled dictionary tissue paper,
I then tore some corrugated cardboard, frayed hessian & inked paper 
I continued layering  papers from my stash including a hand made paper 
& a printed acetate frame



 the ART piece & the alphabet are scraps left from my mini album in another post
the papers are titled SHERLOCK JOURNAL VOL II
I finished my OTP with my gathered pieces of
 gum leaves, gumnuts & other strange pieces wire,
 broken windscreen, bits of cork & string.
the leaves & nuts are painted with varnish to hold them.
  
I loved the grunge of these papers 
Ready for some more Sherlock?
The journal papers are ready for you!
Available printed or digital download
18 papers - 8.3x11"; pages for journal are 5x7.5"
Preview of papers:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=83YlrrTtba8

whilst your here why not wander through the Garden & see the other designs
created with the gorgeous products available in
MEG'S GARDEN
 
I hope I have inspired you to play a little more with your art
thanks for popping by 
Happy scrapping
Hugz Annette x


6 comments:

  1. A truly stunning piece of work Annette, I absolutely love what you have done here. Combining the journal pages with found items - the perfect piece for this time of year in Victoria.

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  2. Beautiful Annette,gorgeous details!

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  3. Wow so beautiful and stunning. Real country feel, I love it. xxx

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  4. Stunning work of art Annette!! Combining those gorgeous papers with natural foilage is a fabulous idea and it worked out so beautifully!! Love this!! x

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