Wednesday, 6 April 2016

Rare Oddities Graphic 45 mini MDF pallet art - Day 97 of my 366 day challenge

Rare Oddities Graphic 45 mini MDF pallet art - 
Day 97 of my 366 day challenge

Hi Craft addicts!

I have tried to something different today and so have used papers from the fabulous Graphic 45 "Rare Oddities" collection and a mini MDF pallet set from Stamps Away.

Rare Oddities Graphic 45 mini MDF pallet artI first of all glued the 4 panels (each measure 5x20cm approximately) together using Cosmic Shimmer PVA glue at different heights and left them to dry

I used black Pebeo Acrylic Gesso paint to cover them and gave them a couple of coats allowing them to dry in between. (I left it overnight just to make sure!).

I really love Graphic 45 and thought that one of the "Rare Oddities" images in the 12" x 12" paper pad would work really well as I can cut it to fit each of the panels. So I cut each out making sure that they fitted each panel and glued them to each using Cosmic Shimmer. I also cut 3 narrow strips of the checked paper (which is the reverse of the main images) and stuck them either side of the 2 main panels.

Once I knew it was all dry, I then varnished it using the Pure Adhesive Matt from Forever Moments (Tonic Studios) which is a craft adhesive and multi-layer sealer and again let it dry.

Rare Oddities Graphic 45 mini MDF pallet art close upI attached a small metal skull embellishment to the centre panel and some Hessian "ribbon" so it can be hung up.

And there you are a striking gift that is slightly can buy it on my website here

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Products and items you may need to make these projects

  • 4 mini MDF pallet strips from Stamps Away
  • Rare Oddities 12" x 12" paper pad collection from Graphic 45
  • Black Acrylic Gesso paint from Pebeo
  • Pure Adhesive Matt (Forever Moments) from Tonic Studios
  • Hessian ribbon strip
  • Small metal skull embellishment
  • Cosmic Shimmer PVA glue

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