This is the mini I created to go with "The Saloon Girl" altered cigar box. I've used a ColorBok paper line called Neutral & just a touch of the ColorBok Rosewood paper for some pops of rich red. I've also used some Ranger Embossing powders & lots of LSG sprays. I've titled this mini "The Painted Rose" as a tribute to these pioneering ladies of the evening.
Red Hot PokerOrange
Ponderosa Pines Olive
Screamin' Banshee Black
Van Dyke Sepia
The roses are all colored with the LSG sprays & are my own handmade flowers. I've had this project in mine for quite a while & I really like the way both pieces came out & how well they go together. Quite a few of my polymer clay pieces have been used on both projects as well & I really enjoyed altering all the different components & embellishments that went into each piece. A classic example that vintage can be elegant & feminine & even a little colorful!
Well that's all for today but be sure to stay tuned for more. Thanks for stopping by, Till Next Time!
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