Woodware Wall Hanging for The Mirror Crack’d challenge

Woodware are a again sponsoring The Mirror Crack’d Blog this month the theme this time is a Wall Hanging


So here is my first take on a wall hanging, I have used a frame, so I hope that this is okay


I have used the Clear Magic Doodle Flower Basket designed by Francoise Read.


I have stamped with Bark ColorBox Crafter’s ink on Woodware’s Mixed Media Card.


then I coloured in with Water Colour Pencils and a water brush.


next i stamped the image on  a piece of the Clear Scraps 12 x 12 Acrylic sheets with the Fudge Surfacez ink.


then coloured the back with Color Solutions in Winter Red and Lemoncello I just sponged them on the back and the added a touch of the

 Gold Star.


the Acrylic sheets are easy to cut into the shape that you want and then you can heat them and manipulate them into the shape that you want, great to be able to make the flowers 3D.


next I coloured my picture frame with some Crafter’s ink Sunshine.


and Fire


and then wiped it over with a Woodware Wipe to blend it in.


Then I used a Dutch Doobadoo Mask Art stencil this one is Fabric. The Dreamweaver Copper Embossing paste is a perfect colour to go with the rest of the hanging.


I have a slight smudge, but that is fine


The flowers hide it! I love the way that the light goes through the acrylic flowers and reflects on the wall.

So why not play along?

You will find all of the info on The Mirror Crack’d Blog

thanks for visiting see you soon!


5 thoughts on “Woodware Wall Hanging for The Mirror Crack’d challenge

  1. This is such a pretty wall hanging . I love the techniques you have used and the way you have pulled everything together with the co0ordinating colours. Thanks for joining us at The Mirror Crack’d

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