I was really excited to incorporate the new Opal Magic Violet-Green paint and Artisan powders into this project, and everything grew around my desire to try out those two products.
I started by painting the clean bottle with white gesso. Once it had dried, I then used a foam brush to pounce on super heavy gesso for a rough, weathered texture. I let it dry naturally, then painted it with some Opal Magic Violet-Green paint, which is green on a white background with a subtle violet shimmer. I later added Lime Wedge Color Bloom spray, painted on to control where it went. To add some weathering to the project, I used some Artisan powder (love this stuff!).
I had some old Chantelle Medallion lace flowers in my stash from years ago; I sprayed them with Cotton Candy and Peony Color Bloom Spray (and sprayed some seam binding at the same time) to incorporate the pinks from the PPP.
For the grey in the color palette, I pulled out some of the new Salvage District papers. I adhered a "label" cut from one piece to my bottle using Gel Medium, and fussy cut details to act as a focal point.
My bottle topper is a sandwich of Vintage Vanity bottle caps with a second Medallion flower between them, filled in with Glass and Micro Beads in greens and topped with a Relics and Artifacts flame which I sprayed with spray adhesive and then brushed with Mica and Artisan powders.
Here are some closeups:
Here is this month's PPP:
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Salvage District: Palais Royale, Chateau
Heavy Gesso: White
3D Gloss Gel
Opal Magic Paint: Violet Green
Color Bloom: Lime Wedge, Tea Stain, Cotton Candy, Peony
Artisan Powder: La Chapeliere
Mica Powder: Vintage Pink
Chalk Edger: Branch Bark
Junkyard Findings: Vintage Trinkets
Cinnabar Bottle Caps
Zephyr Velvet Trinkets
Glass Beads: Peacock Green
Micro Beads: Grass
Relics and Artifacts: Chivalry
Something Blue: Brads
Royal Menagerie: Maud
Tales of You & Me: Moi Aussi, Je T'aime