Monday, 2 April 2018

Ganesha Nameplque!!!

Heya folks,

Here's my signature style nameplaque yet again, but yeah time improves a lot of things and more I work on crafty projects the more I improve.

Story behind this project:This nameplaque was made for a lovely couple who were moving into their new house and wanted something unique to display their identity. They wanted it to be colorful (Pinks and blues), wanted Ganesha to be done with some elements of shimmer and shine and also wanted it to be glass framed so used a chipboard base as left a 1 inch rim around to accommodate the box frame. 

So I first made the base for the Ganesha using Shimmer Vellum sheet and paper cutting with shading using distress inks. Quilling techniques were used to finish the Ganesha. To add in the shimmer and shine components used self adhesive pearl chains, fake diamond stones, Viva decor Inka gold pastes and metal embellishments.This assembly was later added onto the left corner of the chipboard.

Next I moved onto the chipboard space where the names were to be written. The base was prepared with Gesso and mixed media techniques were used to complete the final background of the same. The names were then outlined and filled in with quilling techniques. Various paper,flowers from Itsy bitsy, 
metal, resin embellishments were added in to bring the project together. Accents of Viva decor INka gold pastes was also added to elements. The whole project was then given coats of diluted decoupage gloss glue. 

submitting to- Itsy bitsy challenge 13

Thanks for stopping by,

Lots of love,

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