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Tuesday, 5 May 2015

New Challenge over at The Mirror Crack'd *

Crikey it is May already - where on earth has the time gone!

This month over at The Mirror Crack'd the theme is Tryptich.  I don't mind telling you I struggled with this one lol.  I had the background prepared for ages and kept changing my mind on what to do.  Initially I was making a shabby chic piece and covered both sides with butterfly napkins, crackled and antiqued.  I just did not know from then on lol.  

Last night I decided to stencil with modelling paste and crackle paste.  Loads of sprays and inka gold appeared and performed their magic.  I left the back with the butterfly napkins.  

I used a couple of wooden frames and grunged them up with modelling paste, paint and yet more inka gold (I love that stuff as you have probably guessed lol).  I printed pictures of my twin grandchildren, Lili-Mae and Harvey and got them safely in the frames without any mishaps from within my dirty workspace.  I colored up 'play time' letters using (yes you guessed) inka gold!

Voila all complete.  Now for he pictures of back and front of my Tryptich.

The back


The front






That is it for today.  I do hope you have enjoyed your visit and you feel like dropping by again real soon.. Why not head on over and join in with this month's challenge over at The Mirror Crack'd.  We would love to see you there.

Hugz and love always

Elaine aka Ellapu xxx

This has been entered into the following challenges

that craft place - no cards 11m
we love to create mixed media 13m
2creative chicks ag 1j
be crafty and create ag 1j







8 comments:

  1. Hi this is gorgeous a wonderful way to show off your photographs. Thank you for joining us at the Be Crafty and Craft Challenge. Hugs Jackie DT

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  2. Hi Elaine, sounds like quite a journey with this one but it looks great and the photos are lovely.
    Happy crafting, Angela x

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  3. Oh dear - how did you manage to let go of the first finish - it was simply wonderful. However - there is nothing as precious as those babies! How totally wonderful. Love your Play Time letters and that you have the twins pictures to enjoy! Great project! j.

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  4. Love your grunged triptych Elaine! What a yummy texture!

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  5. A perfect shrine for the lovely images! xx

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  6. What a gorgeous grungy triptych. Love all that fabulous texture and it's a perfect place for your angelic grandchildren. So glad they don't have grubby thumbprints on them!

    Lin

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Thank you for your comments. I really do appreciate them and they make my love of crafting much more worthwhile.
Hugz Elaine xx

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