Sunday, January 19, 2014

Globecraft Piccolo Butterflies and Bubbles


When I started my Globecraft Piccolo project for today, I had in mind that I would make a 5 x 7 inch card.  But I liked the look of it so much, I decided to add it to a frame for display in my house.  I began my creation with the new A2 Bubble Background Piccolo, embossing it with Aged White Enamel.  The corner vine pieces are from a discontinued set but I spoke to the owner, Stacey, and she said we will be seeing them again in several sizes.  I embossed them with Shamrock Dreams Enamel


Next came the Large Butterfly;  using a paint brush, I applied Enamel Powder Adhesive Fluid so I could add Bahama Aqua Enamel to the top wings and Royal Sterling Enamel to the bottom wings.  I used Vintage Black Enamel for the body.    For the small butterflies from the Butterfly Charm Set, I first trimmed off the hangers with scissors and then embossed them with Vintage Copper Enamel.   Be sure to click on the pic above for a larger view of the beauty of these embossing powders.


Lastly, I added some Mars Black 3D Enamel Gel to the bodies of the small butterflies and as "eye spots" on the wings of the large butterfly.  The bookboard is flexible enough that I could mold the wings up a bit for some added dimension. Be sure to visit the Globecraft Piccolo blog each day for more inspiration from the design team. 

7 comments:

  1. Sandy, this is gorgeous. Love that background!

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  2. Beautiful Sandy! I love butterflies.

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  3. Very beautiful. I'd have framed it too. Would like to learn more about the product. Edna

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  4. Stunning piece of art. I just found out about Piccolo from you and now have join the site for more info.

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  5. Gorgeous piece of artwork for your home.

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