Tuesday, 21 July 2015

WISH A WISH !



"Some people want it to happen, some wish it would happen, others make it happen."

Hello all , 

Today I will be sharing picture heavy post with you guys where I will try my best to showcase the steps in making the cute wishing well using Prima's Latest Release - GARDEN FABLE COLLECTION
I so love alter art !

This is what it looked like when I started with it . You will have total of  8 pieces . The assembling part is a little tricky . You will need adhesive (synthetic resin fevicol) to stick it as all the joints .
Keep the roof aside and attach it later . After putting all the pieces let it dry for sometime .




I used Prima- Garden Fables A4 paper pad  for this project . I have cut paper strips measuring 1" x 4" and using doily punch by martha I have punched one side of the strips . This gave them a nice lacy scalloped edge . 





                                         I used fired brick distress ink to distress the edges .



I curved them a bit to give a thatched effect of a roof.



      Meanwhile I had painted the structure with dark brown acrylic paint by artistic paints and kept it aside for drying .

Using ATC Gun(the pink glider tape ) I stuck the strips by layering them.

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               I  used the same distress ink to distress the sides of the box part of the wishing well .I have pasted the papers using synthetic resin fevicol . I say again you don't have to invest in any foreign brand adhesive for sticking papers on MDF.




and guys here is my final out come !!




Some close ups . Used Garden fables chipboards , Garden fables say it in crystals , some trims from my stash , mulberry flower  to decorate my cute little wishing well.
I have also used Mulberry flowers. Kraftzone has brought so many varieties of mulberry flowers recently be sure to check them out !







I hope you like my creation. Would love to see you try making your own wishing wells .

Please leave some leave . 

Incase of any doubts please feel free to ask and leave a comment below . 


Happy Crafting 
Ankita Dey



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