Beautiful Hope Wall Hanging


Hey Paper Peeps! Ginny here to share a lovely little wall hanging I created with some gorgeous chippies from Gypsy Soul Laser Cuts, vintage-like patterned papers, ribbon trim and flowers and bling for sparkle.

Beautiful Hope Wall Hanging


I’m really so pleased with how this turned out, every little detail worked out just like I had hoped.

 This Chandelier chippie is sooo glam now.  I added a base coat of white then stamped some script on and blinged it out and used a thick coat of Glossy Accents. Once it was dry I added accent with the Steel Luxe paint.

Pretty patterned papers layered with spacers between and topped off with the Beautiful Chippie. I finished this quickly and easily with a black Big Brush Pen then dabbed it a bit with the Steel Luxe paint.

I gave the Butterflies the same treatment as the sentiment and layered them over Chicken Wire and the Large Scribble Frame.  Adding Mica Flakes brings the sparkle down to the bottom corner and dresses up simply finished accents.

These larger flowers with dark centers are super feminine and lightens up the tone.  There’s a smallish silvery bow here as well and a loopy ivory twine. Additional mica flakes creates a bit of a border for this lovely verbiage cut apart.

I hope you love this as much as I do….it was a real joy to create.

Petaloo Flowers~ Darjeeling Anemone Cream
Paper~ Heartfelt Creations
Other~ Stampendous  Mica Flakes, American Crafts POP! Micro Beads
Okay that’s all for me…wishing all of you a happy and prodctive day with lots of time to be creative : ) G

2 responses »

  1. I’ve only recently come to appreciate the beauty of this color combination. You’ve done a lovely job! Thanks for posting this project!

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