28.05.2018

Gone Fishing


Hello crafters! 
This week we are thinking about all our men and make
MASCULINE projects! Cool, right? 



As always you can win a $50 voucher and spend it


My project is a masculine card made for one of my friends who is 
leaving the company we work together for and since he's a huge fan 
of fishing, this card was made to please him, I hope he'll like it!
I totally drawned into this project an completely forgot to make pics! 
Please just check how I explain the steps taken to make this card. 


The only picture I have made from the process is the fish I made from zero.
I cut a very thick cardboard into a fish shape and then cut it into pieces 
making a puzzles from it. I mage holes with Crop-A-Dile and joined 
the pieces with a leftovers of cables and wires.
My fish has gone through a strong transformation, lol!


First I covered my fish with white gesso, added the grit paste on part of the pieces and a pumice stone paste on others. When the pastes dried I covered the parts with blue, mint and sterling pastes. I added a rusty paste where the holes and cables were just to pretend they were made of rusty metal. 
Then I smeared the salient details with brass paint and pumice stone.
That was only for highlighting the texture. Added turquoise wax too. 



Then I worked on my background with Distress Oxide Inks mixed with 
standard Distress Inks, all in blue shades mixed with beige and browns.
To make the bottom more dramatic, I used Royal Blood Infusions. 
Stamped with Inventors using Archival Black Jet. 
Splashed with pumice stone paste with water, smeared rusty paste 
and added pieces of Tim Holtz Mixed Media die. 


I placed a piece of a fishing red on he bottom 
and glued the fish with gel medium.


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14 komentarzy:

  1. Macarena, this is SO awesome!!! Your friend is going to be amazed to get this work of art, so cool! I love that you got so caught up in the making, you forgot to take photos. Your fish is fantastic, love how you made it from scratch. Wonderful textures! hugs, Maura

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  2. This is such a stunning work of art, Macarena. Love the gorgeous colors and texture on this piece. The embellishments and all the details are so beautiful. :)

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  3. Your stitched fish is so cool, Macarena ... the rich colours and positively touchable texture is fantastic! Anita :)

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  4. Wow!!! This is awesome!!! I love how you created the fish, it's so unique! And the textures of the background and the fish is amazoing too! Great design! I'm sure your friend will love this card!

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  5. This is amazing Marzena! I love that fish and the techniques you've used on it to create such fabulous texture and the colours and details are just stunning! <3

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  6. Jaw-droppingly fabulous textures here, and the rusted ocean colour palette is so perfect - love, love, love this.
    Alison x

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  7. beautiful project, the texture is AMAZING!

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  8. That fish is absolutely amazing!! So cool. And I love all the wonderful patterns and colors on this project.

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  9. This is such a wonderful project, amazing texture and that fish is genius!

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  10. Wow! This is one of the greatest fish I have ever seen! You are remarkable at building texture and I love how this has that underwater rusty feel.

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  11. wow I love that fish, you are so clever. Love all the amazing colours and textures you created on the background, hugs kath xxx

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  12. The fish is AMAZING, Marzena! Love that you've made it all on your own from the shapes till the grungy goodness with all the texture and rusty effects and other time worn effects! It's incredible! The whole card is stunning! WOW! Hugs, Sandra

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  13. You know I love much sea theme! this project is fabulous from colors to textures! Fabulous as always! Barbara

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  14. Such a fntastic project, the fish is brilliant! So much texture, amazing, Cathy x

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