Pam Bray Designs: A Girl With Flair

Sharing creative ideas through mixed media, stamps, embossing powder, charms, chipboard, stencils and designer collections

Sea Maiden Mixed Media Fish Bowl…
Wow, hard to believe that it has been over 2 years since I became apart of the Graphic 45 Team!
I was and still very honored. 
While going through photos I came across one of my audition projects. 
Never shared it but on the video submission … 
So today is the day I am bring our this gorgeous piece from the archives. 
I hope you enjoy. 

I began my project by painting a wooden plaque, large wooden bird and a round wood container with DecoArt Media Paint; dry. 
Decorate the inside with Sea Maiden strips and fussy cut pieces. 

Add borders and strips to outside of container. 

Add a bit of fish net around the container. 
Emboss chipboard with rust embossing powder. 
Cut pieces out as needed to decorate project. 

Decorate outside of container with fussy cut images from pattern paper. Add moss and sea type direction to outside along with seashells. 

Add knob to top of container. 

Emboss chipboard frame with embossing powders.
Adhere to back of decorated container. 
Glue to small wooden candlestick and prepared plaque.
Decorate embossed frame with fussy cut images, embossed chipboard, die cut doily. 

Add second doily along with fussy cut images, embossed chipboard and metal pieces to project. 

Decorate inside of container with moss, shells, metals and other small items. 

Decorate base of project. 

Add painted bird to bottom of prepared plaque. 
Hope you enjoyed my project from the archives. 
Pam
Supplies:
Graphic 45 Sea Maiden Collection
Graphic 45 Knob
Sizzix Doily
Deco Art Media Paint
Wooded Container, Plaque, Candle Stick and Bird
Moss
Chipboard Gears and Frame
Rust Embossing Powder
Seashells, small metal, other small items to decorate with
Fish Net

One thought on “Graphic 45 Sea Maiden Mixed Media Fish Bowl

  1. Vicki says:

    Oh…my…word! Speechless! This is just amazing…what a fabulous MM project. So many details to absorb.

    Like

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