Wednesday, January 15, 2014

One Little Word Magnets

  Happy Wednesday everyone! leslierahye here with a magnet project! As part of my goal setting for the year, I am a fan of living Ali Edwards' "one little word." This year my word is THRIVE and I've created a little art piece to put on my file cabinet near my workspace to remind me each day! I used the frame of the Daisy Floral Accents & Frame set to create my mini framed piece--final dimensions are about 2¾×3¾".



As I am still collecting enamel gels for my stash, I do not have every color yet and so I misted my daisy pieces with white Dylusions spray mist to give a matte black finish to the chipboard pieces. I Then covered the daisy heads in Glastique Gloss and set aside to dry. The stems and accent pieces were coated with the Leafy Green enamel.

On the frame I applied a mixed layer of Royal Sterling and Enchanted Aubergine powders to the chipboard prepped with  Enamel Powder Adhesive Fluid and heat set. Next I reapplied the Adhesive Fluid and mixed in some aged white and Aubergine and heat set. For the background, I cut a piece of cardboard to match the frame and built up two layers of Mermaid Tears EP and while my enamel was still hot, I stamped a text script stamp--prepped with Adhesive Fluid--into the enamel to leave an imprint. I used Glastique to adhere the frame to the background and coated the frame with Matte Glastique.

Once my accents were dry I layered a few on my frame using Glastique as adhesive. I added them to my frame and background. Canvas stickers spelled out the word THRIVE and a touch of Glastique helped to hold them into place. I added a magnet to the back with some E6000 for extra sturdiness. 

I hope you enjoyed my project! Thank you for stopping by today!

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5 comments:

Tracy said...

Looks fantastic, i love the effect...just beautiful xxx

Angi MakingMayhem said...

What a great idea! (Love Ali's One Word...normally I have my word by now...) I was wondering how you texturized that back piece. Glad I read your post! :) Pretty piece!

maggiegracecreates said...

love it ---- and i'll be using that stamp process myself

Sandy Fredrick said...

Beautiful, love the idea of the magnet to remind you of your word for the year. Love the stamped background too.

Christi Conley said...

I love little things like this - they'd make a perfect gift!!