For my second project of the month I chose to create a project inspired by the techniques that I have learnt from workshops with the multi-talented Seth Apter.
Here is my finished project - it is a panel to be attached to mount board ready for display.
As you can see U have gone to town using lots of amazing Seth goodies.
The them at Country View Crafts Challenges this month is 'Blue and Green' and so I started off by collecting some of my favourite Paper Artsy Fresco Finish Paints.
I started by painting a watered down coat of midnight onto a sheet of card. This was then followed by a thicker coat of Zucchini. After this coat I immediately added drops of water...
....and then using a paper town to pick the droplets up.
I really like the texture and added layer that this creates.
I then added more layers of paint by 'kissing' painted card to my project card.
Next, I set about stamping using Seth Apter set 1 ,set 2 and set 4 from PaperArtsy. I also added highlights and scribbles using a white gel pen.
For the next step I cut a 6x6 inch panel and tore around the edges - this was then edged with Black Archival ink.
This was then set aside so that I could create the focal image of my project.
For this I die cut Seth's Broken Maze and the largest of the Robo Stars. These were painted using the same paints, but this time with my finger!
I also coloured the small star from the PaperArtsy Seth Apter Wood Chips and stamped the co-ordinating stamp from Set 4.
To finish I assembled all of the pieces until I was happy with the finished project.
I was really pleased with how this turned out.
Don't forget, there is still a few days left to enter this month's challenge. There is a voucher up for grabs too!