Underwater Kingdom Mask


Hello, today I have another mask to show you. The mask base is a Decoupatch mask that I have painted with Tim Holtz Distress Crackle Paint 'Picket Fence', then applied Perfect Pearls Mica powder over the top.  The eyebrows and eyeliner have been painted using Gold Alcohol Ink. I have used the 'Something Fishy' stamp set from Chocolate Baroque for the fish, seaweed and the shell stamp (left side of the face). I stamped the fish and shell with 'Tuxedo Black' Memento Ink and coloured them with Copic Markers and glazed them with Glossy Accents. The seahorse is a stamp from Creative Expressions and has been coloured the same way. The seaweed was stamped using Black Archival Ink onto Tim Holtz Idea-ology Grungepaper and coloured using Twinkling H2O's . The shells are from a local shell shop and the paper that I have used for the sand and the starfish are from Kanban. The paper I have used in the background is from Crafty Individuals 'The Seaside' 6 x 6 paper pad.The ribbon, blue twine and pearls are from my local haberdashery. The anchor is a Marianne Designs die that had been triple embossed with gold embossing powder. The crabs, blue shells and treasure chest are buttons that have been in my stash for a while. The finished mask measures 12 1/2 inches x 13 1/2 inches.

Hope you like it and thanks for looking.
               Sally.

Comments

  1. This is fabulous Sally! There's so much hard work in this mask. How long did it take you to make it? All the elements you've chosen look wonderful together. I must go and look at your other mask! Debra x

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  2. Yep. Your spring mask is just as beautiful, you're very talented Sally!

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