Hi Lindy’s fans!
Caroline with you today, I made a layout with gorgeous patina tones from the Industrial chic collection that I’m not used to mixing! I have always a lot of fun in creating my own backgrounds and this time I mixed Lindy’s sprays and magical powders to do it!
I started with a thin coat of clear gesso to protect my paper. Then, I used a beautiful clock stencil and modeling paste to have texture. To have the perfect match of modeling paste, I used Magical Steampunk Sepia from the Industrial chic kit to color it. You really don’t need a lot of powder to have a beautiful shade.
Then, once my paste was completely dry, I added 3 shades of sprays starting from the lighter to the darker. I begun with Flat fabio T-bird Turquoise and Starburst Shabby turbine teal. I wanted to reproduce a rusty look so I used Starburst Cocoa Bean Copper in several places. I finished up with a couple of spots of Steampunk Sepia magical powder with water directly on my background.
I’ve embossed my title with Midnight Copper. For my clock at the top left I had more difficulties to decide what I wanted but I finally came up with a mix of Midnight copper, Adobe fire and Guten tag teal powders. I added some copper paint to illuminate.
Here’s the final result of this layout.
I’ve filmed a short video to show you live my process. Don’t forget to follow Lindy’s Youtube channel!
- Sprays: Flat fabio T-bird Turquoise, Flat fabio T-bird Turquoise, Starburst Cocoa Bean copper
- Magical set: Industrial chic
- Embossing powders: Midnight copper, Adobe fire, Guten tag teal
- Papers: 7 dots studios, Badges: Cuts2luv, Chipboards and Stencil: Dusty Attic, Flowers, Moldings and Paints: Prima marketing
Thank you for your time and I hope you’ve enjoyed my creation!