Hello everyone, it's time for another letter over at The Craft Barn dictionary challenge! This time the chosen letter is "W" with the added requirement that circles are in the background - for all the challenge details click HERE.
I've missed two letters as I've been away on holiday for three weeks but I fully intend to go back and fill them in when I have time - but for the current challenge I chose the word 'wardrobe' so here is my page:
I started by masking my definition, then gave the pages two coats of diluted white acrylic paint. I drew my wardrobe onto some card and water coloured it using distress markers (aged mahogany and vintage photo). I stamped the tree by visible images in pine needles distress ink and added the snow using tumbled glass and picket fence distress marker, the sky is faded jeans distress marker. Once dry I added the lamp post and coloured the light with pro markers. I added snow to the tree and the sky using a white gel pen. I drew the floors and walls onto the dictionary pages and coloured the floor with dylusions melted chocolate and the walls with crushed grape. I drew in the floorboards and added the circles to the 'wallpaper' using a stencil and white acrylic paint. I cut out and stuck down my wardrobe and added a shadow underneath with black soot distress marker. I then took some grungeboard letters and coloured them with a black pro marker and added them to the pages. Finally I removed the mask and doodled around the edges of the definition to highlight it.
So hopefully you've guessed that my pages are meant to represent the wardrobe from the lion, the witch and the wardrobe!
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