Wednesday, 12 July 2017

Trash to treasure -buddha

Hi everyone
It's been a while I wrote a blog here , i got little heldup the with some work dint get chance to write .
Focusing on Project...I have done this "trash to treasure " project using a wooden scrap piece that laying around.choose to make it for  our living room with theme Buddha .
#started off by sanding wooden scrap and removing all nails and fittings
#added alight layer of  brown acrylic colour with dry brushing,then added light blue and turquoise blue randomly.
#once it completely dry I have choose chalk paints light rose,butternut squash colours add dry rushed on scrap untill I am happy with final result.
#once it completely dry painted lotus using chalk paints.
# meanwhile  took a chipboard piece and decoupage it with Buddha  and added some prima antique brilliance white gold on sides and put it aside
#once everything is dry  add texture paste using stencil and when dry added chalk paints and antique brilliance Waxs.
#for layering draw so lotus flower on White cardstock and colour them .
#finally assemble Buddha and flowers together and added some butterflies.
 Here are some close ups.....



Linking this project to 
Got inspired by colours blue , teal , butterfly and flowers
Inspired by colours in mood board
Used scrap wood as base 

9 comments:

  1. Wow how creative is this, love what you've done. Will have to keep an eye out around hubby's wood scraps. Thanks for playing along with at http://creativeartistemixedmedia.blogspot.com.au/

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  2. wow wow wow again thanks for playing with MMP this month xxxxxx

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  3. I love how you have created your own "canvas", fabulous colours and the whole piece makes me think Gauguin! Thank you for joining us at the Creative Artiste Mixed Media Anything Goes Challenge. Good luck! Love Denyse (DT)

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  4. What a lovely combination of colour, texture and embelishments... Love it! Thank you for linking to Mixed Media World Challenge #27 AMMG/Use Natural Materials.
    Irena

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  5. So creative and interesting project! Thank you for joining us at MMP challenge

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  6. Ahh, I love your Buddha! What a great design and lovely colours too. Thanks for joining us at MMP!! x

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