I started by covering a square of mdf and about creating my background with Tim Holtz paper, distress paint and then some decoart crackle paste through Tim Holtz new brick work stencil.
Here is how it looked once the wonderful crackle has done its thing...I added some tissue tape from the new release to add some detail to the background and give a start to my scene building!
Now for the details, I love making little houses and loved the look of this new die from Stephanie Ackerman . I die cut them from some of my favourite Tim Holtz papers and mixed and matched the houses .
I stuck with neutrals and added plenty of idea-ology to add details to all the houses..
Just love this ephemera pointy finger!
plenty more idea-ology...
And here is the finished piece, I added a small talk sticker , cut into pieces .
So hope you will find time to pop over and see all the scenic pieces, and remember you have a whole month to join in the fun...! plenty of time to have a play.
I had my DT piece for A Vintage Journey go up earlier and if you have time I would love you to hop here and have a look.
keep those fingers inky!