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To the Lighthouse

Yes, indeed. The summer is here.
The journeys, new memories and beautiful discoveries that are so worth capturing on a beautiful layout...
Like Pascale did today...

Hello Sweeties,
For the ones who follow me on Instagram, perhaps you remember this photo I took when visiting the Phare des Baleines (Whales Lighthouse) on the Ré Island in France.
I took the photo from the top of the lighthouse and on the floor, we can see the year the light was put on: 1854.

I created the design on my background with a mask and crackle paste. When dry, I used some Twinkling H2Os on the paste and the background. I finished with some random stamping and black gesso splatters.

I painted the chipboard clock chipboard and the numbers (die cuts)  with black gesso and to finish them, I added a touch of copper wax.

I colored the white flowers (Mini Frost) with the Wild Plum Twinkling paint.

Materials from Mixed Media Place:

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  1. is that a stencil? the grid with the circles in it, reminds me of tic tac toe


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