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Sunday, 27 July 2014

Painted Industrial CC3 Challenge


Hope you are all having a lovely weekend and managing to get some crafty time and a warm hello to my new followers. The latest challenge at Linda Ledbetter's Compendium of Curiosities is painted industrial. Although I can't tell you how to do the technique you will find it out Page 46 of Tim's new book.



I started with a little bargain frame which had a burlap centre, my husband had kindly brought it into me as a present knowing I would enjoy altering it. I sanded it down and painted it adding some tissue tape.



I'll just show you round some photo's now as can't give too much away and a lot is self explanatory.






Thanks to all who continue to support my creativity looking and leaving comments on my blog. It's really appreciated.Till next time,


Julie x


I wish to enter this in to - Linda Ledbetter's - Compendium of Curiosities Challenge

19 comments:

  1. What a Fabulous creation Julie. I just love everything about it. Great techniques too. Hugs Rita xxxx

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  2. It's just brilliant, Julie - love that textured Cupid and beautiful elements in and around the frame - lovely stuff!
    Alison xx

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  3. Oh I'm loving this Julie, the hessian, film strip and the cupid is inspired... it's absolutely Fabulous!!

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  4. An amazing transformation Julie, the painted industrial cupid is beautiful and I really love the filmstrip with those fabulous pictures inside! A great take on the challenge. Anne xx

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  5. This is a fabulous alteration of the burlap frame Julie I am loving the cupid too works really well with the photos. Mo x

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  6. What a great altered frame! love the cupid and photo strip - the little camera - nicely done!

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  7. Isn't it lovely to have husbands who support us in our craft obsessions! It's lovely that your hubby gave you this fabulous frame to alter! I love what you did with it, Julie. It looks so different and eye-catching. Beautiful work as always - love what you did with the filmstrip! Julie Ann xxx

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  8. Beautiful,love what you have done with the frame.xxx

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  9. Beautiful alteration of the frame.
    It is so sweet when loved ones appreciate our passion and are on the look-out for items we can incorporate or alter, aren't we lucky. Your husband has a good eye to have spotted this frame, ripe for altering.
    The images inside the film strip are wonderful.
    Wishes
    Lynne

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  10. Amazing project! LOVE the metallic cupid! The whole vintage scene is just wonderful! Thanks so much for joining on this metalicious challenge at CC3Challenge!!!

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  11. Julie...I LOVE this frame! You have taken so many very cool elements on their own and combined them into a fabulous work of art! I totally love your filmstrip on the right that is balancing out that AMAZING cupid! You've done a fabulous job on Tim's painted industrial technique here. The basic frame that your dear hubby gave to you is the perfect basis for this masterpiece. Every element is so perfectly placed....I totally LOVE it! Thanks for sharing with all of us at CC3C. <3 Candy

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  12. I love how you used Tim's technique on cupid - such a fantastic layout. Just started following you too! Nikki xx

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  13. I am very admiring in front of your last realization ! Good luck in your challenges

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  14. Absolutely awesome Julie! LOVE the whole frame idea. Jenny x

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  15. Wow, that's an amazing creation.

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  16. Hi Julie, I am SO taken with your creation... I love that it started life as something SO different... it is a WOW piece for me... Thanks for playing along with the CC3 Challenge x

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  17. Absolutely fabulous piece Julie, I love every little corner of it! This deserved to be a winner!!!

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  18. This is just so beautiful - Love the way you have gone outside the frame! My hubby 'complains' about my crafting then finds thing for me too - great isn't it?! Hugs, Chrisx

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  19. What a gorgeous piece! Love the cherub and filmstrip... so many awesome details. Thanks for joining in at CC3C!

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Thanks for visiting, I love to read your comments so I know you have stopped by and look forward to visiting your blog.

Julie x

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