Isn't this the most charming Charlie with his knickers and bow tie???
He's got heart shaped balloons with a glittery edge.
This Tryptich has a crackle finish and is lined with coordinating papers. Two very poofy bows with twine and buttons secure the hanger to the wall hanging.
Gorgeous flowers, tinsel trim, and sequins are perfectly coordinating details.
Wheels added to the tryptick creates a bit of a gypsy wagon effect and are accented with pearly topped brads. Last but not least vintage buttons and a chipboard sentiment.
Here's how I altered the chipboard.....
5. Check to make sure the base is completely covered with the patterned paper. 6. Paint chipboard with metallic silver acrylic paint. 7. Add a layer of crackle medium to the top of frame and follow the directions for the specific crackle you use. 8 Once dry add a coat of white acrylic paint and allow to dry again to reveal the cracks.
Wishing all of you a happy and productive day : ) G