1. Take apart GSLC Large Tags, GSLC Mini Tudor Rose Singles and Heart Shapes from GSLC Henna Doodles 1 Set.2. Paint GSLC Large Tags with black acrylic paint, allow to dry fully.
3. Choose collected embellishments from your stash. I am using a felted heart and two paper ephemera.
4. Choose some magazine pictures within your color palette.
5. Cut random shapes from magazine pictures using pinking shears or Fiskars Paper Edgers.
6. Glue pieces onto painted tags, you are attempting to create a quilt-like pattern.
7. Use a small paint brush or a toothpick and white gesso to stitch your paper quilt pieces together.
8. Use versa mark and red embossing powders or enamels to color the GSLC heart pieces. Cure with a heating tool.
9. Use versa mark and green and blue embossing powders or enamels to color the GSLC Mini Tudor Rose Singles. Cure with a heating tool. Some final thoughts.
11. Choose sari ribbons to add texture behind the GSLC embossed pieces and to further the illusion of a quilted piece.
12. Assemble securing with Weldbond and weighting down with plastic bag filled with kitty litter.
Some final thoughts: "In the Quilt of Life, friends are the stitches that hold us together" is a befitting quote for this project. Others could be: "A good friend, like an old quilt is both a treasure and a comfort.", "A friend is like a quilt designed by heart, pierced in time, sewn by hand and bound to keep you covered." and "When things are in pieces, quilt them together." There is a category of photography titled urban decay you can look up on Pinterest, I find it organically intoxicating. It is what I seek to exude in my living and in many of my art pieces.
Supplies: Gypsy Soul Laser Cuts-Large Tags, Gypsy Soul Laser Cuts-Mini Tudor Rose Singles, Gypsy Soul Laser Cuts-Henna Doodles 1, Collected Embellishments, Scrapes of Magazine Pictures, Black Acrylic Paint, Paint Brush, Fiskars Paper Edger Scissors, White Gesso, Small Paint Brush or Toothpick, Versa Mark, Embossing Powders or Enamels in Reds, Greens, and Blues, Heating Tool, Sari Ribbon, WeldbondI cannot wait to see your interpretation of this project. Share it on the Gypsy Soul Laser Cuts Craft Group Page on Facebook. I would love to see what new creations you are working on!