Thursday, 14 December 2017

Vintage wintery woodland

Hello everyone
 Today I am here to share my guest designing work  for A vintage journey blog,thank you vintage journey team for giving this honored
I have altered a bottle according to their this month theme "winter wonderland"
Have a look

1.I used a old bottle after cleaning it, I've done some stencil work in front part n for side I have applied modelling paste n started tapping with finger to give some texture,u can see in pic for the same
2.i have used a piece of corrugated sheet to make roof,cut 3/4",13.5" long strip n roll it to make pillars and pasted a piece of 4/4" card board to increase the width towards the lower end,as u can see in pic it's time to color it,I have used brown,white, yellow n a bit of green for base colors,  I used sponge for coloring

4.used black, dark brown n green acrylic paints again, but this time I have diluted them with water n used them with brush 

After dried I distress it with white gesso n a bit of orange colour
5.i used some small pieces of thin fabric(like cheese cloth) n dipped them in geeso n pasted them on the top of the roof,n some pieces I have hanged like nature snow(shown in pic) I've also sprinkle some sliver guiltier fine dust n,sugar dust to give it snow look,for soft snow look I have used light modelling paste in some areas

6.I added some natural tree wood at the bottom n also created show effect  on them with the same method I mentioned above

Now it was looking like this I added a frame with a vintage pic n paint it with brown after that added modelling paste in some areas
  n sprinkle sliver gilter

7.added some moss,flowers n red cherry around the frame 

9.Applied prima wax with light handed randomly

Here r some more pics with different angles 

Thank you so much I hope u liked it, n enjoy my work, please let me know in comment box,how much you like it๐Ÿ˜Š
Thank you once again to vintage journey team for this honored 

Mixed media place challenge blog(inspired with the snow and the snow covered house from the mood board, wintery woodland)