Julia Spiri - Pirate Charlotte digi stamp
Zig wink of stella - gold
Gelly roll pen - silver, gold
DecoArt - Dimensional effects texture paste
Bobunny - bronze glimmer spray
Tim Holtz - mini layering stencil set #4
Tim Holtz - Distress Ink evergreen bough, mermaid lagoon, salty ocean, distress stain walnut stain
gold seed beads
assorted sea shell embellishments
Goosebumps shimmer texture spray
Skin - E04, E11, E00, E000, R20
Eyes - G09, G03, C5, C3, 110
Hair - E29, E25, E21
Clothes - E70, E40, YR30, 110, C7, C5, C3
Hat & skirt - R89, R14, E18, E09, E27, YR27, Y28, Y15
Belt, sword handle, strap - E18, E15, E13
Bird - B29, B26, B24, Y08, C3, C5, C7, 110
Feathers - C7, C5, C3
I first colored this digi stamp "pirate charlotte" with the intentions of making a card. But when my 4 year old asked what I was doing and I showed here the picture she demanded it be for her room. Which mind you she doesn't sleep in yet! So turned this cute digi into a mixed media project for her wall.
This is a pretty wide box frame so I decided to make the ocean extend out to the floor of the frame. The paper was perfect for the image wish I could tell you which designer paper it was but this was a piece of scrap I had left for a while now.
I sprayed the cheese cloth with my bobunny shimmer spray and hot glued some shell embellisments. I also hot glued it to the inside of the frame. After that I created my treasure pile by just laying down a puddle of hot glue waiting for it to cool down and add more for more height.
As you can see here I painted my hot glue pile with DecoArt metallics gold paint. I then randomly went over spots with tombow aqua mono liquid glue and threw some seed beads on it. I used foam pop dots to adhere my pirate. once my glue was dry I brushed off the excess beads.
And finally the inside is complete with the addition of some random jewels and shells. And no self respecting pirate treasure is complete without a skull!
And finally the finished product! I used a dark walnut stain on the out side of the frame.
Thanks for stopping bye!
I would like to enter this in the Simon Says Stamps blog Monday challenge blog - world traveler