July 4, 2013

BOARDWALK

I've created a dimensional piece this week for Artistic Outpost using the BOARDWALK plate.
I added the bathing beauties to an Art Part frame colouring with Distress Paints spun sugar, picked raspberry and spiced marmalade to give a hot summery feel to my piece.
The backdrop has been created with Distress Inks and flicked with water to add blotches to the background adding further interest.
I added a small glass jar to a shelf I added to the bottom of the frame and added some mini shells for further interest.
I masked the bathing beauties and then stamped the beach huts behind them using black Archival Ink.
A sign has been added to the top of the frame and I have stamped the sentiment 'she loves the feeling of sand between her toes' perfect for this piece. I added touches of Treasure Gold wax around the edges.
Texture has been added to the sides of the frame using embossing paste and I have added a touch of dimension to the bathing beauties costumes.
A couple more shells added to the bottom corner along with a sunshine Chitchat sticker.
No summer piece is complete without sun, so I have added a dimensional sun using Art Parts.

Thanks so much for stopping by.

DESIGNER: TRACY EVANS xx

5 comments:

Deborah said...

This is fabulous. The embossing on the frame is seriously cool - makes me think of shutters.

butterfly said...

Great dimension already created just with the stamping - perfect relationship between the beauties and the huts. Love the colours as always, and the sun and the seashells are fabulous!
Alison x

Linda Coughlin, the funkie junkie said...

Oh, this is so cool, Tracy. I love the sizzling hot colors and the way you created the entire piece on the Art Part frame. That embossed texture is fab too!

Hugs,
Linda

Chantal Vandenberg said...

Wow this is fabulous!

Dianne said...

Oh Tracy this is a gorgeous make and has you written all over it. Love the colors so bright and summery,love the background and all that flicking, gorgeous,love the costumes on the beautys, love the added texture on the frame, oh man the little tray for the jar with the shells is darn brilliant.Its a gorgeous make, thanks for sharing all your inspiration with us..