Wednesday, May 23, 2018

San Antonio's Missions

Hi Scrappers,

This is Veronica from  sharing with you a Picture frame, which I modified with san-antonio-missions-clear-stamp-set and  Building a Shrine cling stamps:

 This was a very easy project to do. I bought this frame a long time ago thinking about these pictures, we took when we traveled to San Antonio in 2006. The frame was a bargain i got in one of the discount stores. Thus, when I saw the Missions stamps from PWP, I immediately thought about this project.

In short, I cleaned the cobwebs and dust from the frame, and stamped the three corresponding missions on top of the glass using StanzOn. I distressed some chippies using a metallic paste to add some extra interest to the frame. I cut some squares of watercoloring paper to mat the pictures and stamped a border using the Building a Shrine cling stamps and some bronze ColorBox inks. Since, I can't stamp straight for the life of me, I used WeRMemmories stamping tool. To finish the images, I glued the mats to the existing images, added some titles using sharpies, and assembled the frames. And voila, the frame is more personalize and ready to be hung in one of my walls, finally.

Some other views:

The metallic paste gives the sentiments an amazing shine.

My stamping wasn't perfect, but good enough. barely noticeable once hung. 

BTW, I finished my mixed media painting: Yeah... Here, I wanted to share it with you:

the red lines bled through three more times, hopefully after sealing, gessoing them, paint again, it should be fine...

I used:
san-antonio-missions-clear-stamp-set, and Building a Shrine cling stamps

Shadow Box Frame,
Stanz On Ink, black
Bronze ink, ColorBox
Metallic Paste
Sentiment chippies, Blue Fern Studios
Watercolor Paper

I hope you enjoyed my canvas and visit my blog:


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