Wednesday, November 19, 2014

Atlantis Tray

 I altered a tray

 the image used is a digi called Atlantide by Rick St. dennis,

Deco Art products used: Americana Acrylics in: Navy Blue, Blue Chiffon, Purple Pizzaz, Crimson tide, Safron Yellow, Sea Breeze. Metallic Lustres in:  Champange Ice, Orange Flicker, Cosmic Blue, Fab Fuchsia. Antiquing Cream  Carbon Black, Acrlic Gesso, Weathered Wood Crackle Medium, Texture Crackle. Elegant Finish Metallic paint in Emperor's Gold. Dura Clear Matte Varnish.
Americana DecouPage.

The tray was gessoed, and painted emperors Gold, the edges got a layer of texture crackle the middle has a layer of Weathered Wood, the edges were painted in sea breeze, purple pizzazz anf blue chiffon,
The middle got a top coat of navy blue, when dry the squares were made using a sponge cut into squares and sorta stamped the different colours American Acrylics. The gears are black cardstock and they all have a layer of metallic lustre in different colours. The painting was ages using Antiquing Cream.

The digi was coloured and cut out, and glued to the tray using DecouPage the gears are also decopaged.  To protect the tray it has a layer of Matte varnish

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  1. My goodness Mo! This is amazing, I love this! A wonderful image, great colouring and all the process and everything is stunning!

  2. Fantastic! I really like the image and the colouring is superb.

  3. This is amazing, Mo! Just about everything you do is amazing! I love your coloring on Alantide (what a name). Your finished piece is wonderful. You should be proud.

  4. Amazing altered tray! Thank you for sharing with us at Altered Eclectics Challenge.

  5. This is absolutely fabulous. I love that image and also love the inside sides of the tray!

  6. Such a fab tray! Thanks for joining us this month at Tando.

  7. WOW!!!!! Fantastic! Thank you for joining us over at Tando x

  8. Lovely tray thank you for joining us at Tando creative this month

  9. Very interesting tray. Love your colours. Thank you for joining us at Recycle, Re-Purpose and Re-Invent. Judy DT