It's time for a new Monday Challenge!
The theme this week is Vacation!
I started by covering my vignette box inside and out with a thin layer of Picket Fence Distress Paint. Once the paint was dry I used college medium to adhere the travel collage paper to the outside of the box. A bit of Tarnished Brass Distress Paint was added here and there on the outside of the vignette box.
Using a piece of matching travel paper from the 8x8 etcetera pad, I glued it to the back the inside of the box. I sanded the paper so the map appears aged and covered it with Pumice Stone Distress Ink. The final touch was to splatter on some Black Soot Distress Paint. I snapped one of the ruler pieces in half. I just held mine in my hand and snapped it. I didn't want it to be even. If you wanted an even cut you could cut it with your craft knife or even use a pair of Tim's scissors to snip it. I wrapped the ruler in a piece of craft thread and added the compass charm. I then glued the ruler inside the box about two thirds of the way down.
A couple clipping stickers were added to the top of the box. I centered them so they would be above the baseboard doll's head. Then outlined them using a gold paint pen.
The bottom part of the box has a vintage clock face.
The baseboard doll was colored using a Distress Crayon in Cracked Pistachio. The tiny flower was colored using Wild Plum alcohol ink and added to her hair. Two sets of transparent wings were added to her back using foam tape. The wings got a tiny bit of Wild Plum alcohol ink and some Tarnished Brass Distress Paint added to them. I glued a little clipping sticker to her center and then I glued the doll to the box using several bingo markers to hold her upright.
The bottom of the box is covered with vintage paper flowers.
I covered the lace baseboard frame with crackle texture paste and let it air dry. Once the crackle was dry I sprayed it with Distress Oxide Sprays(Pumice Stone and Cracked Pistachio). Some of the crackle flaked off and I was totally okay with this. The exposed areas suck in the spray and you get all that wonderful oxidization.
I took a ribbon from the Ideaology Ribbon and bow assortment and colored it using Tarnished Brass Distress Paint. Before the paint is fully dry, I wiped some off to expose the metal underneath.
I used a chip quote and banged up the edges by running it along my desk. The edges got a coat of Tarnished Brass Paint.
The finial was painted with Black Soot Distress Paint and then given a couple sprays of the same Oxide Colors I used on the frame. The little grooves were painted using the Tarnished Brass Paint.
Using a strong glue I added the fence to the back of the frame and then glued the frame to the vignette box.
I hope you enjoyed my take on this weeks theme. And now it's your turn to create a Vacation themed project!