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An Angel of Hope

Hello Ladies....

Im here to share a new work with you all for few challenges for the month. I wanted to create an anceint statue for a change and this is what I could create with. I was inspired by few sculptures of ancient Greece and took an inspiration to create this project. Greek sculptors were particularly concered with propotion, poise and the idealised perfection of the human body and their figures in stone and bronze which have become some of the most recognisable pieces of art ever produced by any civilization.

The sculpture of ancient Greece from 800 to 300 BCE took early inspiration. Greek artists would reach a peak of excelence which captured the human form in a way never seen before and was copied. Greek sculptors were particularly concerned with propotion, poise and idealised perfection of the human body and their figures in stone and bronze ...which have become recognisable pieces of art every products in any civilization.

I have tried to imagine my way of the same and created this little piece of art with some lovely textural background and effects.

I have used a broken manequin, drapped fabric with fabric stiffner (Powertex), fiber paste from Itsybitsy, rust paste, Deco Art crackle medium, wood chippies from ItsyBitsy, laces, embossing texture paste from Itsy Bitsy and Lindys Magicals (Guten Tag Teal, Time Travel Teal, Bavarian blue, Yodelling Yellow,Cowbunga Copper), added few natural twigs for this composition.

Few close ups


Would love to share with

Got inspired with the yellow twirls...colors....white textures....feathers and this is was my insirational piece of art..

Will share a few more before the month ends.

Happy Crafting 



Snowy Day!!

Hello Ladies.......

Welcome to Off the Rails Blog and this is my latest work for this months challenge and also I share a tuto with you all.  Hope this inspires you guys to create and share with us for this month. We have a lovely wintery snowy mood board. Come along and play with us.

Firstly I choose a pattern paper which suits to my LO. Later added Prima Heavy gesso run through Visible Images Stencil and smudged few places randomly.

Next added few dry moss behind my focal image.

For background color ..I added LSG- Magical Blachelor Button blue and 13arts spray spreading it with my misty.

Once heat set I added Wendy Vicchi's Embossing paste with spatula for snowy finish on the dry grass and heat set it.

Now layered all the flowers and embelishments and stuck them around the LO. I heat set few leaves chippies with LSG embossing powder and added little more embossing paste on to the flowers and  leaves and heat set them for a snowy finish. And the final finish is here. Some close up shots....

Hope you guys enjoyed this creation of LO. Cant wait to see what you guys come up with.

Happy Crafting



An Altered Tin

Hello Ladies......

Today I want to share with you my new altered tin planter for Rhedds Creative Spirit blog.

Our  challenge is anything goes - but altered. Hop on to the blog for some lovely inspirations by our DT Gals and we all are waiting for you guys to share your creations with us for the month.

I have used stuff from Itsy bitsy store over here to work on the project like gesso, chalk inks - pink & white, cheese cloth, an old doll, few flowers from my stash, tin planter, fabric stiffner, decoupage paper, decoupage glue.

Few Close ups:

Hope this has inspired you all to create something with your stash and alter them too. 
Cant wait to see what you create.