Monday, April 29, 2019

Florentine Moon Triptych for Gypsy Soul Laser Cuts

I have always had an affinity with the night sky. The stars and moon make me swoon! And I've been especially inspired to make moony themed pieces recently, and this project is no exception.


The exterior is dark and moody. A Vintage Triptych "Florentine" is covered with paper from Graphic 45's Love Notes


The corners are adorned with Victorian Corners 2 which have been chopped in half to give a sort of hinge look. I've added a Hasp to the cover for a closure, and simply added the smallest of the Tudor Rose Singles to add a bit of decoration to the piece.


Inside I've relied on old paper and paint, and a bit of gold embossing powder.


I'm really pleased with it and I have a video to show you just how I achieved this look (and how I put the pieces together) Pop over HERE to see the walkthrough.


Are you ready to make some of your own moon magic?

Here are all the bits you'll need from Gypsy Soul Laser Cuts:
Vintage Triptych "Florentine" *Coming Soon*
Victorian Corners 2 

And all of the other supplies that I used in this project:
Brass Starburst CharmFlat Back Gold Star Studs 12mm
Flat Back Gold Star Studs 8mm
Stamp and pad
Gold embossing powder
Glitter
Old Paper
Washi Tape
Acrylic paint
Glue


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