Mixed Media Layout by Marietta Tégi

Hello Lindy’s lovers!
Today’s mixed media project is a bit vintage – a bit romantic, as I like to use flowers in summer. However, if you look closely, you can spot some gears on it. I’ve titled it Dance in the Wild.
I made it on AB studio chipboard base, which I first smeared with white gesso, then stenciled with light paste and sprinkled with Hyacinth Blue Jade embossing powder and of course, I also applied crackle paste on it.
I used Flat Fabio Tweedle Dee Denim, Starburst mists and the great white magical collection in Banff Blue and Loonie Toonie Teal on the right and left sides of the circle base.
I designed the middle part to be accentuated with shades of brown, using Bandolier brown and  Glory of the seas gold.
I sprayed Blazing Black Mist on the mould elements first, then Clownfish Coral magical sifter. I used Gossamer Gold moon shadow mist and Sandra Dee Sepia flat magical for a more intense Color effect, and even sprayed on Bandolier Brown.
I chose the following shades for the leaves and some steampunk elements: Sea Mint Green, Blazing Black, Bandolier Brown, Gossamer Gold, Treasure Island Aqua.
It also has two floral mould elements, which unlike the others are very brightly coloured. I used Bayou Boogie Gold and very tiny Delphinium Turquoise mist on it.

For the leaf chipboards I used Sping Leaf Chartreuse embossing powder first, then Bandolier Brown mist to get a special finish.
I added Prima marketing flowers to the composition. I applied old silver wax to the mould elements.
After that, only the granular decorative elements were added, but this time a lot of them 🙂
You can find the tutorial here:

Take your time to be creative and when you’re done, please show me in the Facebook Lindy’s group.

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