Hi there! Teresa is here with another fantastic project using our MDF Monoliths and stamps…
I have another monolith to share today – they are such a versatile MDF substrate. If you haven’t tried them yet, then you really should!!
Once again I made a gelli print with acrylic paints to use as my background – I love the weathered effect I got by adding a layer of white over the original paint colours.
I have used the outer ring of the ripple stamp to create frames. I stamped and embossed the whole design onto black card then carefully cut out the largest rings to make my frames.
I stamped the words directly onto the background and embossed with gold embossing powder. I added some shadows with a black fineliner pen.
The girl is stamped directly onto the background, and again embossed with gold embossing powder. I then stamped and embossed her in black onto heat resistant acetate and cut out. This layer is glued over the gold figure, slightly offset to show a gold edge.
The back of the monolith is simple. I just added some embossed ripples randomly over the black paint.
So many people have commented on various projects I have created with these ripple stamps, saying how much they love them!! They really are a versatile set to have in your collection.
Amazing Monolith… we love it ♡ Thanks Teresa!
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