Here is the ingredient list I chose to cook up this awesome sauce:
Thin Wire for Spring
Let's see what I have to work with:
Stazon was used to stamp the bride and groom onto a piece of scrap plastic.
The shrine needs to be scored in the front and back at the seam. This allows the sides to seem hinged.
I placed the paper over the spread of glue.
Great pop of color.
I fussy-cut the te amo, you can just buy it already to go.
Tissue paper was glued to the shrine window.
It looks so great trimmed away.
Next I rubbed a bright Gelato over the chipboard. It made the window look like old painted wood.
The resin flower needed some bling, Stickles did a great job.
The shrine window was dressed up. The glaze from the Gelatos mediums was slicked over the te amo.
Let's add the embossed and fussy-cut mariachi. I used the Gelatos and the water brush to add color.
The spring I coiled from the wire and the dimensional adhesive adhered the mariachi to the shrine.
Here it is from the side:
Let's put it all together and trim the edges with Art Anthology paints.
The extra chipboard from the shrine was great for a spacer between the shrine and the window. All it needs is battery operated tealight behind the window for effect.
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Ciao for now,