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Thursday 7 March 2013

Tattered Florals Frame with Parchment

I hope you like my frame. I have made it from layers of parchment, organza and linen for the flowers.

The leaves are oilcloth and so are the flourishes.

 The parchment butterfly was created using a multi grid and as per some of my other recent projects, this will be with be on the Pergamano Stand at the NEC on 21st March.  Please stop by and say hello if you are there.

The frame was painted with Paperartsy Fresco Paint - Vintage Lace and as you can see, I had a great time assembling the flowers and leaves.
The flourishes were die cut, attached with matte medium and painted with watercolour pencils.


The frame was distressed lightly with Brushed Corduroy.  I chose to leave the whole project quite light and not too grungy.
I will be entering this into the following challenges:-


  1. This is gorgeous Rosie. Love the soft colour and the flower embellishing looks stunning.
    Hugs, Fliss xx

  2. Love this frame Rosie, beautiful delicate colours and materials to make your flowers and the oilcloth leaves and flourishes look brilliant in contrast.
    Thanks for sharing this at The Country View Challenge this month. Are you coming down to Ally Pally in April?
    hugs {brenda} x0x

  3. Beautiful frame Rosie, love the details and soft colours. Thank you so much for joining us at Allsorts for our For a Lady challenge this week x

  4. Stunning frame Rosie, Love the colours & those flowers are amazing... Simply beautiful.. Hugs May x x x

  5. Your frame has worked so well Rosie (and it's even better irl) and I bet the people visiting your stand at the NEC will be impressed with all your work. Hope you all have a great day tomorrow. Hugs, Jenny xx

  6. This is amazing! It is so beautiful. I adore pastel vintage creations and this is just one of the best ever! Thanks so much for sharing Love from Laura xxxxxx

  7. Morning Rosie, this is absolutely beautiful. Have a good day. Carol.x

  8. Your flowers are so beautiful! I love this frame. Thanks for the inspiration! =)

  9. Stunning, love the prettiness you have created... Thanks for joining in with the Sunday Stamper x

  10. This is gorgeous. I,m trying to comeup with ideas to decorate a large canvas photo frame I was given. xxx

  11. Hi Rosie, your frame is so very pretty and feminine. Love the different materials you have used - gorgeous! MMx

  12. gorgeous soft colours and what wonderful flowers ! thanks for joining us at our first challenge at country view crafts of anything goes. hugs trace x


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