To get started I covered the main piece of the scissors with Prima Paper Texture Paste and then sprinkled on a couple of embossing powers in brown and gold. I let this air dry over night and then used my heat gun to melt the powders the next day.
I fussy cut several floral pieces and a few butterflies from Prima's Apricot Honey A4 pad. I took the Small Brick Wall from Gypsy Soul and cut it into a rough shape. I then whitewashed it with gesso. I coated it enough to accept paint, but not enough to lose the color of the chipboard. I then began to assemble everything. The first thing I glued down was a piece of cheesecloth slightly larger than my brick wall piece. Then I attached the brick wall, the fussy cut flowers, resin flourishes, a long resin keyhole towards the tip of the scissors, and tons of paper flowers. I also tucked some sisal into the composition. I used soft matte gel to add art stones to the cracks and crevices.
I hope you have enjoyed this piece! I used the following products from Gypsy Soul Laser Cuts on this piece:
Scissors Wall Decor
Brick Wall Small