Friday, 11 January 2019

Mixed media vintage house key holder

Hi friends this is priya gajjar here , sharing my first dt post designed especially  for expression crafts so let's get started . Today I gave made a vintage rustic keystone holder

Here are the step by step process of making this

  First I took the brick chippies and broke them.into random pieces

 Next just arranged roughly  to get the look of it
 Next using the cracked wall stencil and immix art essential opaque Matt texture paste created this look

 Next applied the immix art essential opaque Matt texture paste on the window and door frame with the finger , just dabbing randomly

 Next with a sponge I applied glacier lava grey chalk paint and gum metal metallic paint , blending them and getting a dark and light shade of grey
 Next I dabbed military brown chalk paint randomly on the grey and with the help of a flat brush , did dry brushing on the window and door
 Next brushed raw umber metallic paint randomly here and there with fingers for a nice sheen to the entire wall and sprayed with sprinkle mists in titanium white and deep blue teal randomly

 Next coloured the wall chippies with tempo teal and glacier lava grey chalk paint

 Coloured the tree and leaves chippies with grassy felts and tempo teal chalk paint
 Then used ancient gold and raw umber metallic paints for the lamp
 Next stick all the chippies with a glue gun
 Painted few pots with chalk paints so they match my project

 Finally assembled the pots , moss , bird bath , and made the door and window knobs using large size Brad's and sprinkled few deco stones here and there .and the project is complete now

 These were the stencils and chippies used . U can click on the link below for easy purchase of the same
Hope u all enjoyed the tutorial  as much as I enjoyed creating this one . Thank u all so much , have a great day ahead

Chipboard Embellishments
Birds and Branches
Brick wall

Chalk paints

Sprinkle mist

Metallic paint