Thursday, 14 December 2017

Vintage wintery woodland


Hello everyone
 Today I am here to share my guest designing work  for A vintage journey blog,thank you vintage journey team for giving this honored
I have altered a bottle according to their this month theme "winter wonderland"
Have a look

Process 
1.I used a old bottle after cleaning it, I've done some stencil work in front part n for side I have applied modelling paste n started tapping with finger to give some texture,u can see in pic for the same
2.i have used a piece of corrugated sheet to make roof,cut 3/4",13.5" long strip n roll it to make pillars and pasted a piece of 4/4" card board to increase the width towards the lower end,as u can see in pic
3.now it's time to color it,I have used brown,white, yellow n a bit of green for base colors,  I used sponge for coloring

4.used black, dark brown n green acrylic paints again, but this time I have diluted them with water n used them with brush 

After dried I distress it with white gesso n a bit of orange colour
5.i used some small pieces of thin fabric(like cheese cloth) n dipped them in geeso n pasted them on the top of the roof,n some pieces I have hanged like nature snow(shown in pic) I've also sprinkle some sliver guiltier fine dust n,sugar dust to give it snow look,for soft snow look I have used light modelling paste in some areas


6.I added some natural tree wood at the bottom n also created show effect  on them with the same method I mentioned above


Now it was looking like this


6.now I added a frame with a vintage pic n paint it with brown after that added modelling paste in some areas
  n sprinkle sliver gilter


7.added some moss,flowers n red cherry around the frame 


9.Applied prima wax with light handed randomly

Here r some more pics with different angles 











Thank you so much I hope u liked it, n enjoy my work, please let me know in comment box,how much you like it😊
Thank you once again to vintage journey team for this honored 

Mixed media place challenge blog(inspired with the snow and the snow covered house from the mood board, wintery woodland)










35 comments:

  1. So many details on this fabulous altered bottle. It truly is a work of art. Helene

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  2. Wow! I couldn't even tell that was a bottle. I love it! Beautiful detail.

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    1. Thank you so much dear @kate for ur kind words ☺

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    1. Thank you so much for your appreciation ☺

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  4. Wow! You have created a wonderful winter master piece! Loved it to bits! Texture is amazing! Seriously you are surprising day by day with your new ideas and awesome work! Keep going, Best wishes!

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    1. Thank you so much priyanka for ur love n appreciation happy that you people love my work means a lot☺

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  5. Stunning creation Pooja! I am so proud to be a Guest Designer along with you- such creative artiste. Lots of hugs from
    Lula

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    1. Thank you so much lucyna I also my pleasure to be a guest designer along with you I have seen ur project n it is superb stunning love it so much ❤

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  6. What an AMAZING transformation of a bottle, Pooja! I enjoyed reading and seeing the process! The colors you have used are so perfect for this piece! What a treat to get "see" you create! Thank you for being our guest at A Vintage Journey! Merry Christmas! Sara Emily

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    1. O thank you so much for ur love n appreciation I am so happy that you like it ❤

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  7. I've told you before but I'm still speechless with this project!
    and watching now the step by step ... much more!
    thanks for playing with us at MMP!

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    1. Thank you for your appreciation dear really means a lot ☺

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  8. A fabulous project. It's amazing to think this was just a humble bottle. The textures, techniques and elements you've used look fantastic.
    Thank you for joining in with our December challenge "Anything Mixed Media Goes" at Creative Artiste Mixed Media Merry Christmas and good luck x

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    1. Thank you so much for your appreciation ☺ merry Christmas to you as well ❤

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  9. What an incredibly creative use for a bottle. I had to look twice to see the bottle beneath the exquisite house. Thanks for the tutorial.

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  10. Oh so cool. Love this n love ur creativity too.

    Hugs
    Sudha
    sudha-kalra.blogspot.in
    crazycrafter-craftsuppliesshop.blogspot.in

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  11. Magical work!
    Thank you for joining as at Mixed Media Place!

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  12. Thank you so much for your appreciation dear☺

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  13. Cool idea!
    Thank you for joining us at MMP!

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  14. Lovely work share Pooja!! Thanks for sharing with us and playing along!! Good Luck!!
    Hema @ MMW Challenge blog

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  15. You really have the ability to turn just about anything in to some beautiful..which is just what you have done with your bottle..its just awesome.
    Thank you so much for joining in with our challenge at Rhedd's Creative Spirit...x

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  16. Wow this is so very artistic - beautiful Thank you for joining in with us over at Rhedd's Creative Spirit this month and hope to see you in future challenges
    DT - Rhedd's Creative Spirit
    Mother Hen - Eclectic Ellapu
    Mother Hen - Altered Eclectic
    Personal Blog - Handcrafted by Ellapu

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  17. Great work of art Pooja.. very creative..
    Thanks for playing along with us at MMW!!

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  18. Stunning piece and very creative pooja, thanks for playing along with us at MMW!!

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