My [Circus]

Tuesday, December 12, 2017

 



My [Circus]

Yield:  1 – 5X7 Block
Wet Ingredients:
  • Ink – Archival Black Soot; Distress Embossing, Fired Brick, Walnut Stain; Distress Oxide
  • Other – Collage Medium (Crazing & Matte), Distress Crayon Black Soot, Brushed Pewter, Frayed Burlap, Picket Fence; Emboss It Dabber; Mixative Snow Cap
  • Paint – Distress Brushed Pewter, Fired Brick, Picket Fence; Fresco Finish (chalk) Green Patina, Key Lime, Smoked Paprika
Dry Ingredients:
  • Chip Board
  • Embossing Powder – Burnt Copper Leaves, Fractured Ice, Hammered Metal, Matte
  • Hardware – Adornments (Arrow & Stars), Quote Chips; Vignette Hardware, Wing Nut (Screw)
  • Other – 5X7 (1 1/ 2” cradle) panel, Textile Surfaces (linen), Textured Surfaces (corrugate)
  • Ribbon – Eclectic Elements Thread
Tools/Equipment:

  • Stamps – Eclectica3 – 03, Mark Makers (corrugated)
  • Stencils – Numbers, Sun Burst, Techno Insiders Star, Techno Insiders Tag

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  



 


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70 comments:

  1. WOW! You are a freaking SUPER STAR! Can we pretty please display this at Creativation? Was that Steel Wool that you used to sand down the powder with? My mind is just blown away by all of the details!

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  2. WOW! This is Sensational ! Vicki . An absolute Knockout piece of ART . LOVE don't even cut it .... ♥♥♥
    x

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  3. This is amazing. Thanks for posting such clear steos!

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  4. I am speechless.....just wow...... this is beautiful. Thank you for your steps and ideas.

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  5. Layers and layers of swoon!! Thank you so much for using our stencils, Vicki! This is an amazing project.

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  6. This is a stunning piece. Thanks for sharing your techniques!

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  7. What a great project. Thanks for the awesome step-by-step tutorial, next I need to try it myself. So inspiring!

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  8. WOW! what a stunning project! that sunburst stencil is on my fave list! thanks for the inspiration! xo Cheetarah

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  9. This is amazing & I bet it looks super lush in real life! Love all the details!

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  10. Thanks for all the photos! This is beautiful. And so many layers. I need to get busy!

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  11. Love this piece, all the layers of product, and the layers of pieces, the lacing threads just so exquisite detail.
    Bevtextart (at) btinternet (dot com)

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  12. Great piece! I really love the way you used the EP around the corners and sides of the panel - I'm going to have to try that!

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  13. Love this beautiful creation! thanks for the step by step!

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  14. Great piece. Love all the layers.

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  15. I like how your instructions are like a recipe :) Great project!

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  16. Thank you for the detailed list of materials, as well as each step and the photo of each step. Beautiful artwork!














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  17. Thanks for sharing all of the steps in making this amazing piece!

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  18. Oh my - So many wonderful layers! Thank you for sharing the steps. This is just amazing!

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  19. Pow! The radiating lines
    from the star are fantastic.
    A bold, strong piece that
    is great. Thanks for all
    of the pictures of the process.
    txmlhl(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  20. Using that embossing powder as a "paint" covering all the surface edges is blowing me away! From there, it goes uphill! :) ~Rachel Bell bellbrzs (at) cox (dot) net

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  21. Super cool!!! Coriegochicoa (at) gmail

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  22. Greatl project! Thanks for sharing your creativity.

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  24. This is so creative - goes the extra mile! One question - after you put on the Distress Paints on the stencil, did you put the stencil face down on your panel to transfer the paint? janisgraham (at) yahoo (dot com).

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  25. Wow ! This is such a wonderful creation ! margessw@icloud.com

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  26. So cool! Thank you for the step by step photos!

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  27. Wow! Wow! Wow!
    I can't get enough of this piece!
    Love absolutely everything about it!!

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  28. Beautiful! I love all the layers!

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  29. Wow! Great detailed instructions!

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  30. Thanks for the clear detailed photos. Your piece is beautiful!

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  31. I love the layers and your instructions on how to accomplish something like this,

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  32. Holy cowabunga! Can you say 'game changer'?? Thank you for this post. textilerecycler (at) yahoo (dot com)

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  33. Another great project! Love seeing the detailed instructions.

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  34. Wowza! What a fantastic, creative marriage of all things mixed-media tools and techniques. Your Circus is a thing of beauty and inspiration. Thank you for sharing your step-outs so we can re-imagine your techniques ... Please keep on sharing with us!

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  35. OMG! This is just so amazingly cool and brilliant! Love it to bits!
    Claudia x

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  36. Vicki, Your steps are always so detailed and precise- thank you so much for this!
    Your piece is a total WOWZZZZZA! Your creative mind with your talented hands, well the pieces you create are just magic! And this one is absolutely brilliant!! ")
    Jackie xx

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  37. Absolutely in love with this! Fantastic! I need to try some of these techniques!

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  38. In a word...Beautiful! Just love your work.

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  39. Absolutely stunning, love the layers & all the texture!

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  40. I love this stencil! Gorgeous project! Amanda (at) meadowdance (dot) org

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  41. Oh wow this is gorgeous!!! So much went into this beautiful artwork!

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  42. Wow! I am swooning over all those gorgeous layers.

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  43. I absolutely love this, and the variety of textures!!

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  44. OMG! I wish I could have watched you do this step-by-step! Amazing. Thank you, Vicki! I have so much to learn.... jwaterhouse57@verizon.net

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  45. You amaze me with your creativity Vicki!! Love the textures and layers on your piece, very inspiring!

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  46. Love the layers, textures and use of the stencils and embossing powders. Fabulous. nadineannwong@gmail.com

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  47. i just love all your layers, so much depth!

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  48. You truly know how to make the most of your embossing powders with Stencils,

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  49. WOWOWOWOWOW - what a fabulous project. So fun. Love the supplies used to show the creativity of embossing powders.

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  50. Very cool approach to a new wrinkle in mixed media, innovative!

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  51. WOW!!! thanks for the inspiration!!

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  52. Wonderful!! So many layers and textures and designs. Love it!

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  53. Yowza. This is amazing. Really unique. Was wonderful to be able to see it come together step by step. Thanks for taking the time to take so many photos.

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  54. OMG but this is amazing! So many fabulous layers - awesome!

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  55. This is such an incredible piece you have created! I love the layering of different embossing powders and color with the stencil. The star on top with hardware is a super focal
    point. Love it!

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  56. This is delicious! What a magical piece! Love all the detail!

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  57. THis is wonderful! I love how you layered embossing powders to create such an amazingly textured and grungy background. Thank you for the excellent tutorial showing how you created this and thank you for sharing.

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  58. Wow ! That's amazingly beautiful ! Thanks for the detailed pics!

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  59. That was a great load of layering. The Sunburst stencil is one of my favourites too.

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  60. WOW just freaking awesome tutorial!!! Love all the details, thanks for sharing!!

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  61. What a wonderful piece of art. Thanks for sharing...

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