Makeover Techniques for Filigree Charms #2

Here is my ultra secret cool technique for altering Filigree Charms. I don’t really have a name for it, but I guess I could call it “statue-ing”! I have a lot of European Vacay pictures that I adore, but haven’t brought myself to start scrapping…until I found the perfect paper pack, Veranda!

So I wanted to come up with a new technique. A technique that I could call my very own for this contest Close To My Heart is offering consultants to “try out” for a spot teaching at Extravaganza in July! I also wanted this technique to compliment my pictures rather than be the focus entirely.

So, the picture above is what I came up with. By using Juniper re-inker, a Vanilla Cream Exclusive ink pad, and a sponge I created this European, Old World statue look alike finish. There are so many old, copper statues that seemed to turn this greenish-white color over time, so I tried to capture that look using Close To My Heart products.

Here is the same technique used on the Mini-Medley Antiqued Copper photo corners. This project isn’t finished, so this is a sneeky peeky of what I am working on to submit. I just LOVE how this technique is looking. What do you think? Fabulous or freaky?

3 responses to “Makeover Techniques for Filigree Charms #2

  1. I love that technique! I think the name for it is Patina. You will so rock Extravaganza and I can't wait to hang out with you again! You are such an inspiration to me. Not only are you super talented, but you are doing this while being deployed! That blows me away! I left an award on m blog for you!

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  2. Amy, I vote "FABULOUS"!!!!! Looking forward to meeting you at Convention this year and sitting in YOUR class!!! I know you'll win! Good luck!

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  3. Love it and I thought of you when I read that email about needing teachers. I just know you would be great! I'm so blessed to have you on my team. You are truly a superstar!

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