Hello everyone 😃
Nicole has designed a Dressstand from SnipArt for you. Well, is there any more vintage? 😍 I don’t think so 😊 A fantastic work in my opinion. If you want to know how Nicole did it, read on.
First Nicole built the SnipArt clothing rack. This is very easy and fast.
Since the clothes stand should get a vintage “outfit”, Nicole has kept back with the colors. The wax “Rose Gold” gave the basic structure a nice discreet color, but the crackle is extremely good.
Now Nicole has designed the hangers. As you can see on this one, she has worked the surface with Modeling Paste and Stencil. She also coloured this structure with the Rose Gold Wax and some Bronze Age Wax. It was decorated with some lace, roses, some chipbaords and a frame.
The next hanger was done with a layer of Crackle Paste and was coloured with Lindy’s Spays “Bodacious Blush” and “Steampunk Sepia”. A few borders Chipboards, roses, cut outs from the “Ceremony” Paper Pad from Stamperia and the chipboard lettering “Lovely Moments” from Wycinanka.
Here Nicole mixed Modeling Paste with the Magical Colour “Bodacious Blush” and applied it with a stencil. Paper elements as well as a few flowers and a few metal leaves should not be missing for decoration.
“Simple but oh ho” was the word for the penultimate hanger. Nicole primed the upper part, the hanger itself, with Gesso and then colored it with Steampunk Sepia. A bow, some paper elements and a mini chipboard made this hanger perfect.
And now we have already arrived at the last coat hanger. The underground got a little Gesso for priming, then Nicole worked again with Modeling Paste and Stencil and colored it with “Rose Gold“, and “Steampunk Sepia“. A wordsticker, leaves and a happy couple then made the decoration.
Yes my dear ones and here we are already at the end again. Isn’t this a beautiful vintage clothes rack?
I hope we could inspire you again and you dear Nicole, thank you so much for this dream in vintage. 😍
Here is a little gallery for you:
See you next time 😊