Friday, 20 October 2017

Diwali special

      Hello there all you craft-y people!!
 First of all Happy Diwali to you all! 
Today I am here to share my first project with the newly launched Tinted Metallic Paints by Little Birdie this is my DT post for itsy bitsy. They have superb coverage and leave an unmatched shine. These come in 12  shades and I was so excited to see all the shades!! I have clicked a pic of all the shades for you to have a look.

l have altered a bottle and given it a traditional look which is perfect  for Diwali.
Have a look at my creation....

Lets start making now,
I have taken a bottle and applied white gesso on it. I have done some  clay work to create the shape of a temple as seen in image
I have Done some stencil work 

Added chipboard shapes and applied black gesso on the top part only. Also placed a Ganesha idol where I wanted it.
Now it was time to colour, I used Caribbean Teal and Sliver Oak in the middle

Used Poppy Red and Silver Charm to colour the upper part with dry brush. You can see the shine on both the white and the black base here are some more pics...

Embellished the altered bottle with some handmade flowers, bells, faux grass, rhinestones etc. By the time I finished my project was really impressed with it.


Please leave your comments for me and tell me how did you like it! Love to hear from you all....
love always
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