Have you ever wondered how you could turn a simple circle of HDF into a work of art? Then here is an inspiration for you. Nicole has turned a simple base into something fantastic. You can take a closer look at how she did it afterwards.
After that I put all the parts I wanted to apply to the project for a trial run. This makes it easier for me to determine my center (or focal point).
Now I created the background. The Lindy’s Spray Moon Shadow Mist “Smoky Sapphire” gives the whole project a shimmer. With the stencil “Abstract” from Artistiko I gave my project more structure. For this I used “Paper Texture Paste” mixed with Acrylic Paint “Hazelnut“. On the still wet paste I sprinkled glitter from the set “Luminous” by Finnabair.
The Embellishments :
Now the background was too faint and colorless for me. With the Metallique Acrylic Paint “Steampunk Copper” I gave it a little more depth.
I sprayed paper flowers and artstones with Bodacious Blush” from Lindy’s Spray Set “Totally 80’s“. Now my project is finished and I am super happy with it. 🙂