I’m hoping these photos show the textures a little bit more than before. And I neglected to mention in the earlier post, about using punchinella too. I bought some of it awhile ago… (forgot where I put it–lol) so it was fun to rediscover it! (always an upside?!) I have it in circles, stars, hearts, and squares. So the pictures below and above show some of the round and square shapes I applied in a blue lumiere paint from Jacquard.
The foiling was done in aqua and lime green colors, and then I free-cut a real basic flower shape. The photo is a bit washed out with the flash going off…
And, I love the bright red spot of color as contrast to the aqua turquoise blue green tones of the flower. I had added the other little dotted fabric center to the red, but later decided to use the Liquid Pearls. Next time I won’t bother with it.
To help the flower’s center ‘stand up’ a bit, I stitched underneath it, and lifting up the red fabric’s pieces, I just catch a little bit of it, so it puckers slightly, and helps the center piece to have more dimension.
Then it was time to add Liquid Pearls, which I built up with three different colors in lime green, leaf green and a light champagne color.
I added leaves, to the outside as well.
The edge is finished with a zig zag, after adding the leaves, which have also been ever-so-slightly embellished with some leftover trimmed fabric from the flower.
Anyway! Onward and upward! Thank goodness it’s Friday. It’s been a long week. Time to get in the garden, and do some house cleaning.
What are you doing this weekend?
Check out her beautiful art piece and the Linky party of others, today, and be blessed!
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