Have you seen any fascinating new places these holidays?
Make sure to capture your memories! We are sure you will be inspired by today's beautiful creation by Pascale!
Today, I'd like to share a photo with autumnal colors, even if it was taken in the spring.
It's the hot thermal spring of Jonzac (a small town in the South West of France) that gives the color to the stone.
To make my background, I followed a tutorial from Tiphanie you can find here.
I've used two kinds of acrylic paints: some matte (Distress Paint) and the other shiny (Silks), as I wanted some contrast. Instead of molding paste, I've used crackle paste as I love the effect of this one.
When my background was dry, I've added some random stamping and some pebbles.
I've colored the black paper in which I've die-cut the greenery with diluted Silks in order to preserve the translucent effect. On the contrary, I've colored the title's letters with a non-diluted Silks to obtain a metallic effect.
Supplies from Mixed Media Place: