Friday, September 1, 2017

CHALLENGE : RUSTICA
This week the Challenge over at http://thatscraftychallenges.blogspot.dk/  is  RUSTICA-
A very exiting technique to try out, with the help of different materials.
I`m sure many of you would love to create a great rustic creation, and as always , you know,
 The winner of the Challenge will receive a £20 voucher to spend in the online STORE   .     http://www.thatscrafty.co.uk/         .  Wouldn`t it be wonderful !!!!                                                                           Also  my team members will show amazing creations , which  I`m sure you would love to see.
But here is mine , I hope you like it .
Hugs from Dorthe, xx


Using one of the fantastic  white greyboards as background , I first covered the white side of the greyboard, with gesso, and when dry stenciled one of my favorite stencils : The big flower , using texture paste .



When totally dry I started adding colors and pastes to the whole surface, painting some of them onto both stenciled areas , and the flat areas I left like that to add an image and other pieces .
I played with the Pastes from Pentart , and the Decoart   Media fluid Acrylics, to try to achieve the look of Rusted areas, in different stages, all over the surface, and in few places adhered sand from the beach, to show texture in the rust ,--when dry it was painted too. You can easily see it above in the photo.
I stamped the wonderful face onto tissue paper, using the Archival Ink Coffee, and adhered her to the panel, with Matte Medium . I then cut off a piece of Tyvek and draw an oval circle in the middle of the paper, which I cut out. Using my heat gun I now tried to make a frame for the face,  attacked from tear and rust, and when satisfied I painted it over also with the different pastes, and paint .




The same treatment of paste and paint , I gave the embellishments : cogs and clocks , a clips ,and two pieces of old lace from my stasch.
It was adhered with the great Multi Purpose Craft Adhesive.
The last thing to do was make a hole with my Crop-A-Dile  and put through a lovely piece of brown Sari Silk.  



   
Materials used :


That`s Crafty  Surfaces white/grey board 6x6 Rounded Corners
       “     Surfaces bits and pieces Greyboard , Cogs and Clocks
       “     Stencil Big Floral TC8005
       “     Multi Purpose Craft adhesive
       “     Tyvek
          Pentart : Iron Paste ,  Red Brown- Grey – Glittering
          Stampset Eclectica :  Everything-Art.com EEA06
          DecoArt Media : Quinacridone Gold –
          DecoArt Media : Antiquing Cream  Patina Green
          White tissue paper 

From the stash and nature :   Lace – clips – Sari Silk –sand 

14 comments:

butterfly said...

That's such a different look for you, but you have risen to the challenge perfectly. Your grungy, rusted textures are amazing, and I love the hints of verdigris... and of course the vintage image at the heart of it is perfect.
Alison x

Jackie P Neal said...

WOW Dorthe!
This seems very different for you- and I just love your take on it!! What a perfect way to add the romance of your style by adding the beautiful face among-st this rusted piece- Well done my friend!!
Have a beautiful weekend,
Jackie xo

Inky and Quirky Designs said...

Ooooh Dorthe you have created a magical wonderland of rustica, absolutely stunning details, BEAUTIFUL
Hugs
Donna xx

Tracey@Hotchpotchcreations said...

A superb take on Rustica Dorthe, so many elements to take in yet again & I do believe I will be visiting more than once today to seek out a little more. I love how you have created a Tyvek frame around your stamped face, fabulous idea to encase her. Marvellous. Big Hugs Tracey xx

Heather said...

Such a fantastic piece, Dorthe! Beautiful use of so many wonderful mediums and objects...thank you for sharing your process. xox

Robin said...

Wow Dorthe. This is complicated and lengthy. You are fabulous in your diversity as an artist and have a lot of courage. This is a beautiful piece. Love you sea sister

Julia - Vintage with Laces said...

Crusty, rusty, and just AWESOME, dear Dorthe! This piece looks like it had been exposed to the elements for decades and was just digged out. A fantastic mix of techniques and materials! I love it!
Have a wonderful weekend! :)
Hugs and love,
Julia

Bev Hilton said...

Oh my what a fabulous creation Dorthe. So much gorgeous rust. Stunning.
Bev. xxx

Amanda said...

Loving your rust effect and the face peeping through all the decay is a great touch
Love
Amanda x

Fliss said...

Wow Dorthe! This looks amazing and you really have got some wonderful texture and rustica on there. The face peeping out looks so beautiful too.
Fliss xx

Astrid Maclean said...

Oh Dorthe what a stunning rusty grungy piece!! The aged rusty effects look amazing specially with those little hints of verdigris! The lovely vintage image is the perfect finishing touch!

Bente said...

Så flott det var Dorthe. Du får noe vakkert ut av alt du lager. Ønsker deg ei finfin helg
Klem

Minas kreativa said...

Fantastic creation my dearest Dorthe! I could look at this for hours 💕 Hugs

Nikki Acton said...

Very different for you Dorthe but this is fabulous rusting - a wonderful addition to add the face! xxx