Monochrome Panel by Tracey Fairgrieve

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Happy Thursday everyone.

I'm back today with my first That's Crafty! Thursday blog post of the year.
Today I'm sharing a panel piece I created as a sample last month
featuring one of the latest texture stamps sets.

Here is my Monochrome Panel How to Do's..

Painting the panel piece in black gesso, I dry brushed streaks of white gesso on top before the black could dry. Script from the Textures Set 3 was stamped and embossed in white along with the lace border stamp at the top and bottom of the panel.




The flowers have been stamped, embossed and cut out. Spritzing with water 
I scrunched each flower up to add age and edged with Black Soot Distress Ink.




Bunching the flowers and leaves together they were adhered onto the panel 
using glue gel with flat back gems and curled wire added for decoration.




Ribbon stamped with a sentiment from Lynne's Affirmations Set 6
has been sewn onto the panel with a little vintage button to finish it all off.
A piece of lace threaded through holes acts as a hanger.

My Monochrome panel piece is complete.




I love this stamp set not only because of its beautiful designs but because 
of it's versatility.. A timeless set that will be used again and again.

Thank you for sharing your time
I look forward to sharing more of mine with you
same time next Thursday.

Crafty Hugs
Tracey xx

Crafty Supplies:
That's Crafty! Surfaces 4.5 x 9" Greyboard Panel
That's Crafty! Gesso: Black - White
That's Crafty! Stamps:  Lynne's Affirmations Set 6
Archival Jet Black Ink
Embossing Powder: White Ebony
Ribbon, Wire, Flat back Gems, Lace & Buttons

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20 comments

  1. This is absolutely stunning Tracey! The monochrome look is fabulous and the roses have the most amazing depth and dimension. Love it!
    Fliss xx

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    1. Thank you Fliss, the flower stamp is perfect for creating flowers just like this xx

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  2. WOW! Monochrome is not easy and you have done an amazing job! It’s beautiful! X

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    1. Thank you very much Ingrid as soon as I saw this stamp monochrome came to mind instantly x

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  3. Such beautiful creation Tracey! So elegant❣️

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  4. It is so very beautiful, I so love the way your roses looks after the scrunching Tracey, making them look so real 3-d . And of course I love the little glittering middle of them.
    It looks like a little blackboard decorated beautifully for someone dear
    I too love this stampset, the romantic feeling it have , and the elegant designs. You used it perfectly Tracey.
    Hugs from Dorthe, xx

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    1. Thank you so much. The stamp set really does have an air of romance to it Dorthe, so beautifully designed and the Gesso's are perfect for creating that blackboard design xx

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  5. This is so beautiful . you mastered the difficult challenge of monochromatic in a brilliant way!

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    1. Thank you very much Susi, so happy you like it x

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  6. Such a brilliant monochromatic piece, it looks so elegant, stunning!

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    1. Thank you Astrid I was hoping it would come across as elegant and not over fussy x

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  7. A stunning monochrome panel Tracey, I really did think the lace edging was real and those flowers are gorgeous!! A truly beautiful piece! xxx

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    1. Thank you very much Anne, the detail on the lace is amazing, it could easily fool anyone into thinking it is the real thing. A very useful stamp for me to have in my collection xx

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  8. Talk about being creative, wow, this is just awesome...xxx[aNNie]

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  9. This was the star on the Hochanda show Tracey, absolutely loved seeing it, fab creation
    Hugs
    Donna xx

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    1. Oh i'm not sure about that Donna, I think you will find that was Neil hee hee!! xx

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  10. Wonderfully dramatic! Gorgeous creation.
    Lynne xx

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