Here's my project today:
Since it is Dreamweaver Thursday, you'll see my patina background used the Quatrefoil stencil, but any Dreamweaver stencil would work just fine. The watercolor paper was dry embossed first and then the shabby patina painted layers were added.
The trees were a portion of the Dreamweaver Tree Line cutting die. They are mounted on a piece of chipboard that was rusted using Andy's Part 2 technique. You'll see more of this technique in tomorrow's project.
The trees were affixed to the patina background and Stampendous Spoonful of Rust and Spoonful of Gold were sprinkled on one corner and heated from underneath until it melted. Then the other corner was completed in the same manner.
ASCRS03 Andy Skinner Cling Industrial
EJS04 Spoonful Gold Dust
EJS05 Spoonful Rust
MPW811 Mixed Media White Paper
DG745 Dreamweaver Tree Line Cutting Die
Strathmore Bristol (Smooth Surface) Water Color Paper
DecoArt Media Fluid Acrylic Quinocidone Gold, Black
Jack Richeson's Acrylics: Yellow Ochre, Burnt Umber, Scarlet, Orange
Beacon 3-1 Glue
Disclaimer: I'm so happy to be a Stampendous Design Team Member and to help promote their wonderful products. They generously supply us with many free goodies like the Andy Skinner stamps and DecoArt acrylics, Stampendous Spoonful of Gold Dust and Rus and Mixed Media Paper, I'm using today.