Saturday, 25 October 2014

DAY #25 OF THE 31 DAYS OF HALLOWE'EN


Welcome to DAY # 25
of this month long blog hop. 
The full blog roll is in the side bar and all the details of prizes, rules etc can be found HERE.
Today we have another project by
SUZANNE
Hi all ... after a short break it's me again with a mini chest of drawers. The second one in a week, as I noticed ... but it's an inspiration, isn't it? ;-)




Supplies used
stamps
moth from plate 42 dark night PLATECP42 
the scream E187 
dancing skeletons SW F06098  
evil pumpkin SW F13053 
skull flourish CP P414 

others
modelling paste 10240 
versamark ink pad  TS-VM001 
crackle medium
acrylic paint
stazOn ink pad timber brown

To create texture the piece was covered with modelling paste and painted with red-brown acrylic paint. The single drawers that were white originally were sanded completely and some brown wax cream was rubbed onto them to highlight the veins of the wood, the edges were sponged with stazon brown.
I used some knobs, sanded them a bit so that the paint would have something to grip, first a roughly applied wash of quinacridone gold, then some verdigris tinted paint. After stamping the images a crackle medium was added and the cracks were highlighted with quin gold again.
Finally I heat embossed the surfaces with frantage embossing enamel aged copper.
I didn't have a specific look in mind I wanted to create for this small wooden piece, I just went on ... :-)
Thanks so much for stopping by.
Hugs, Suzanne xx
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See you tomorrow for DAY# 26 with another project by another designer.

15 comments:

Jetske said...

This chest of drawers certainly is different from the previous one. It seems to be a stone chest, and the knobs seem to be made from porcelain. You have done a great job with this wooden chest!

Rebecca pettit said...

I like how you left the drawer faces plain. Really makes your piece stand out from the others

TangledBlueRose said...

Love the drawers, always so fun. Super decoration of the knobs! Love it!
~kim

DonnaMundinger said...

Love the colors and texture of the cabinet and those knobs are totally fabulous! WOW! Great project! xxD

Saskia said...

Love the texture!

(AJ) ArtJypsy said...

What a fun little set of drawers. Love how you did the handles.

NanB said...

Love those knobs...gorgeous!! Love the way for you left the drawers plain as in waxed and wood veins! The work on the chest is great and the contrast is wonderful! Make more, make more!!

DogsMom said...

When you have winner inspiration, run with it.
This final project is not a copy of the other at all.
Those knobs are amazing! Each one a work of art.

Sarah Bales Strom said...

Wonderful little chest of drawers! Love those knobs and the images you have chosen.

Leigh S-B - The Sharpie Domino Queen said...

Absolutely love your mini drawers, the wood grain looks awesome and the stamped drawer pulls are fangtastic!

Susan Renshaw said...

Super mini drawers! Love the drawer knobs!!

Steph said...

Wow, great project, love all those decorated knobs.

Julia said...

Awesome piece, Love the colors and images on the knobs.

Alie Hoogenboezem-de Vries said...

A great alteration Suzanne!

Christine Kiehl said...

You are so clever! Love the outside texture of this altered box! To think to put the details on those tiny surface knobs...far out!