Knitted Klimt

Posted by Pascale B

11 May, 2017 - ,

Hello Sweeties

Today I’m up on Maja Design blog with a new layout with the Vintage Romance. I chose a photo I’ve taken during my trip in Prague of the special statue designed by Eva Blahová: the dress is a knitting.

Knitting Klimt by Pascale B.

As usual, I primed the background with clear gesso. Then I added a design with a stamp. I embossed the stamp image with a sticky powder to adhere some gold foil.

Knitting Klimt by Pascale B.

I added a second design with a stencil and clear crackle paste. I let dry naturally to allow the crackle to appear.

Knitting Klimt by Pascale B.

While the crackle paste was drying I die cut some leaves in a watercolor paper. I colored them with some Twinkling H2O and embossed them.

Knitting Klimt by Pascale B.

I cut some papers to add under the photo and I glued all the embellishments: flowers, leaves, and some doily’s scraps.

Knitting Klimt by Pascale B.

When done, I colored the background with bright colors to remind the photo.

Knitting Klimt by Pascale B.

I finished the layout with mica flakes and micro beads.

Maja Design papers:

Vintage-Romance-P
Vintage Romance collection
Ephemera cards bs
Ephemera cards bs
Love notes bs
Love notes bs
Love poetry bs
Love poetry bs
841 - Vintage Romance Paper pack
6×6 Paper pack
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Pascale B

Hello, I’m Pascale B. from France.
Since I began to scrap, flowers are part of my layouts, and I gradually started to use mixed media as well. I don’t know how to define my style, perhaps something like free vintage shabby style could be a good definition.
Visit me at www.pbhobby.blogspot.com

4 Comments

  • A really beautiful LO here, sooo amazing work as always , and lovely with this tiny bit of knitting on it too to connect with the picture here. Just amazing work.

  • Alice says:

    Hello from USA, Virginia -East Coast! I love your art, your designs, your timeless beauty! Every word on your paper products brought me to that place and time.
    I am new to cardmaking, even though I purchased Cricut in 2008. Life took over, pain, suffering and losses. Now, 9 years later, I am trying to catch up.
    You are magnificent!!!