I didn't get the chance to make a card for the Stamping 411 challenge this week because I was working on another project. My husband and I will have lived in our house for five years in October and I never did anything with the wall above our bed because the ceiling has a peak and the head board has a ball in the center and it accentuated the bed's off center look. But then a saw a design magazine with a number of pictures put on a wall in a collection and it struck me that that is what I could do. So I did it. I found the frames on the cheap at a big store. And started designing each one.
Istarted with the Perfect Plum one with the gold swirls. I used Baroque Motifs. The little flowers are stamped in black and the the flower burst is embossed in silver. I got the idea from Bits & Pieces. Heather is a true artist.
Then I came up with the lattice one with the flowers and butterflies. I added the rhinestones but I'm not sure you can see them when they are up on the wall but I still like them for bling.
As you can see here are three more. The Fleur de lis was done with a stencil and a number of embossing folders. I brayered the color onto the texture and sponged around the main panel, and for the heart I used the hearts framelits collection with a word from fabulous phrases.
The scene with the purple sky is my own creation starting with a brayered sky in several shades of purple, then ripped paper for the masks for the mountains and cliffs. It's reminiscent of Sedona, AZ where my husband and I like to go and hike for a month each year. I was surprised and happy when he knew what it was right away.
So all of it went up on my wall with the Decor Elements that look like Baroque Motifs. I like the way they peak out from behind the frames. I am sad that these items have been discontinued. They are so fun and easy to put up.
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