Tuesday, 22 November 2016

Eileen Hull Collaborates with DCWV

For the month of November the Eileen Hull Design Team and DCWV are collaborating with a month long blog hop. This is my third piece using the fabulous papers from DCWV.
This week I created a shadow box and coordinated card combining DCWV papers and Eileen Hull's Twist and Style Tool and Eileen's Banners and Pennants Die.
I began with one of Tim Holtz shadow boxes and a piece of the DCWV paper. I began by painting the shadow box with a coat of Gesso and I then painted the shadow box with DecoArt Media Fluid Acrylic Medium Grey Value 6 paint.
I added a Relic piece onto a bottle cap.
I used Eileen's Twist and Style tool to twist two pieces of wire together and I then shaped it into a body for my angel. I then adhered the wire to a piece of the DCWV paper.
I cut out the body shape from the paper and then checked everything for size.
The star pennants were cut from metal foil tape and added to the body.
The pennants were trimmed to fit the body and I then added DecoArt Media Crackle Glaze to the cross Relic piece.
A wash of DecoArt Media Fluid Acrylic Raw Umber was added to the Relic pieces.
I created a coordinated card which has also been created using a piece of the DCWV paper.
I stamped the sentiment onto the decorative paper using Black Archival Ink and I then sponged Hickory Smoke Distress Ink over a bauble stencil to add a touch of shading.
I added a few shaded stars using Tim Holtz Stars Layering Stencil for an added touch to the background along with a few delicate splatters of DecoArt Media Fluid Acrylic Titanium White.
I added a wooden tag to the top of my shadow box and stamped the 'Christmas' sentiment using Tim Holtz Simple Sayings Stamp set.
I twisted more wire using Eileen's Twist and Style tool and added circles of wire to the bodice for further details.
Splatters of Titanium White paint were added to the shadow box.
I added a mirrored star to her hand.
A few more mirrored stars and Imagine and Believe embellishments were also added.
I also added twisted wire to the outside edges of the shadow box, once again twisted using Eileen's Twist and Style Tool.
The splatters of white paint and grey and silver touches add to the icy feel of this piece.
My fellow DT members have also made more pieces to inspire you along the hop. Pop along to Eileen's Blog for more details.


Thanks so much for stopping by. Tracy x x 


8 comments:

A Pink said...

Fabulous! Tracy
You are creating some wonderful pieces using your twist and style tool and the DCWV papers. Just love the muted silver? greys
Very clever use of the icing nozzles .
hugs x

Redanne said...

Another triumph Tracy, I love your Angel with the beautiful swirls and, as Amanda has already said, you have used those icing nozzles so cleverly. A stunning project! Hugs, Anne xx

Team Clark said...

What an absolutely stunning set! So happy I have these papers after today's abundant inspiration. Big hugs, Autumn

Anita Houston said...

To live in your head for a bit would be wonderful! LOVE the assemblage, the design, the whole thing. Great card too...what a gorgeous duo!

Jean Bullock said...

this is amazing. The card is fabulous and the shadow box is so creative. Well done.

Pamellia Johnson said...

What an incredible Christmas decor piece Tracy! I just love the muted tones, it has such a serene frosty feel to it. The bitty trees are so festive and elegant, and the matching card is just the frosting on the Christmas cake!! Amazing my friend!! I hope you have been well, and had a wonderful month! hugs until next time :)

Cec said...

Stunning decor piece. Love the colour palette, your lovely angel and the piping tip trees - so clever.
Hugs!
Cec

Sandie said...

Stunning! I want to start making these for next Christmas!