Friday, 5 June 2015

By the Tide Box Frame Picture

No card today but a box frame picture. I picked up a few of these box frames a while ago quite cheaply but haven't got around to filling them up till now. This one has some cut up pieces of mount board that have been stamped and then had clear embossing powder over them - take a look



It uses a whole load of blue inks - past and present and some white craft ink too. When the tiles were inked and dry I dabbed all over them with a Vesamark ink pad and then covered them with clear embossing powder. When the heat is applied it gives a glazed ceramic tile effect.
I had to put a few layers on but I think the end result is perfect and I'm definitely going to have another go at this.

Craft time has been a bit scarce recently as dad's condition is deteriorating rapidly. I've got the Dr, care nurse and district nurses coming today as we need to install a hospital bed for him - not looking forward to that - it all feels very scary!.

Thanks for visiting - see you soon xx

7 comments:

  1. Wow! This is an absolutely stunning work of art, Jacqueline! I love it! My prayers remain with you and your family. Gentle hugs xxx

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  2. ABsolutely beautiful! I love the shades of blue and green. Really restful and so serene. xx

    Sending as much positive love and energy as I can - xx

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  3. A really beautiful creation Jacqueline.
    So sorry to hear about your Dad and am thinking of you all.
    Fliss xx

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  4. What a great idea - And with the embossing on the top. Wow. I shall have to give this one a go.
    Greetings from Kalletal
    Linda

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  5. Hi there, I was wondering about something in a previous project it was the butterfly Easle card. What die set did you use please? I'm sorry for writing on this post it's just as its your most recent one so thought I'd have a better chance of u getting back to me on It x

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  6. Really love this project Jacqueline.
    My condolences on the passing of your Dad. May he rest in peace xx

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