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A Very Virgo Vision In MDF

I began tentatively dry-brushing them with the sea spray paint again, using a whiter paint to add a little more ‘oomph’.

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Happy, although I wasn’t too keen on the dry brushing between the letters so used the black paint again to cover that up.

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Ok, this is working.

I know I shouldn’t sound so surprised but sometimes you never know until you have committed to a plan of action whether it will or it won’t so I was very pleased that it had. :)

I glued the little MDF ‘stars’ in place and then used some Pebeo Fantasy Prisme to add some sparkle to the star tops.

As I was going to have to leave that to dry for a while I also added some glaze to the lettering and set it to one side.

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Really loved my little stars when they had dried. Domed and swirly. Cool!

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Making a decision to finish the front – *breathes heavily in and out of brown paper bag – I chose to add a layer of glaze to the front and hopefully this would protect everything and NOT take away any of the colour.

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Waiting for this to dry was almost like being an expectant Father waiting for wifey to give birth – yes, I clearly live in the 1950s! Lol.

Anyhoo, the next day I check on it and YAAAY!

Looks awesome!

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Turning my attention to what to do with the inside and serendipity popped to my front door and delivered some Stampscapes rubber stamps, some of which were a galaxt design.


To start the decoration I smudged some Brilliance ink over a sheet of white cardstock.

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Whilst waiting for that to dry I also added some Stencil Tack to my acrylic block – the Stampscape stamps are unmounted you see.

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Few bits to let dry so I guess I should have a think about how to tie it all together and finish it off ….


8 thoughts on “A Very Virgo Vision In MDF

  1. My imagination is a bit limited, I can only see what is in front of me now, I can’t visualise it changed, so if I started something, and didn’t like it, I would put it away and probably forget it, where you change it and carry on. It all worked well too. xx

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