Boho Style Frame with Olga Ravenskaya

Hi gorgeous friends!

It’s Olga Ravenskaya here with my new project using Lindy’s Sprays, Magicals, Squirts and Powders.

I’ve created boho style frame with a charming photo of my friend’s daughter on her wedding day. It was a sunny spring day, all the trees in the garden were decorated with dream catchers and ribbons, so I’ve tried to express in my work a feeling of youth, beauty and love.

As usual, I began with a choice of color combo – pinks and greens were a perfect match for my idea. Later I added a beautiful yellow and pale lilac as complementary colors.

The frame was originally of a dull brown color and I wanted to make it softer, more attractive, by adding shades of green.

To start, I needed to make a base for further coloring, so I mixed Antique Gold and Antique Bronze Shakers with white gesso to get a light-beige base.

Cover all the frame and let it dry in a natural way.

Then I grabbed tree colors of Squirts – Emerald Eh?! , Maple Syrup Bronze and Beaver Tail Brown – for painting the frame.

I added colors using brushes and mixing colors with each other.

Here is a result after applying the second layer of Squirts – I’m totally satisfied! The color of the frame turned out soft, luxurious and with beautiful color transitions.

While it was drying I altered metal leaves with embossing powders. Firstly I applied partially Byzantine Bronze EP and then added Ghouly Goblin Green.

Look at the pick below – now the leaves perfectly match the frame!

I also added the same powders to the edges of the frame – to add more texture and shimmer.

It’s so difficult to catch this effect by a camera, but if you look closely you can see how melted powders highlight the edges of the frame!

To continue I attached several strips of different lace and ribbons.

The girl on my photo is so young and beautiful – I wanted just to highlight this feeling with splashes of color.

So I randomly tinted lace with Chateau Rose, Salt Water Taffy and Luminous Sprays just spraying from the bottles on the upper side.

For the bottom, I used Luscious Lime and my favorite green – Edelweiss Moss Green.

Little tip: firstly slightly moisturize the lace and ribbons with water to achieve beautiful splashes of colors.

To create a contrast I covered all the chippies with pale-colored powders – Pop Rock Purple, Chateau Rose, Oom Pah Pah Pink and Purely White.

At the very end, after gluing all the elements, I tinted flowers, art stones, a small bird and a narrow silk ribbon with Edelweiss Moss Green, Salt Water Taffy and Luminous Lemon Sprays.


Let me show you some close-ups as a little inspiration.

Lindy’s Products

Other Products: Liquitex White Gesso, Scrapiniec chipboard, 49 and Market flowers, lace, silk ribbons, art stones, sequins.

Hope you’ve enjoyed my post!

Thank you for stopping by!




Mixed media artist and educator from the beautiful city Rostov-on-Don, Russia. Totally addicted to the colorful world of Lindy's. YouTube: Olga Ravenskaya/Instagram: @olga.ravenskaya

2 thoughts on “Boho Style Frame with Olga Ravenskaya

  1. Ohhh! Thanks a million! So happy to hear such a lovely comment! Thank you!!!

  2. MUMMA MIA- THIS is absolutely GORGEOUS, i love how you have used the frame & thelace and and and EVERYTHING, I LOVE IT ALllllllllllllllllll <3 <3

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