Mar 4, 2014

LESSology Challenge #34: Creative inspiration of Kirsty Vittetoe and Yvonne Yam

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Ready to hang out some laundry to dry for LESSology Challenge #34: Laundry Day? *winks* Let's check out how design team members Kirsty Vittetoe and Yvonne Yam were inspired. :) 

Kirsty Vittetoe

All the walls in our house were white when we first moved in, I have since painted 2 of my daughter's room and guest room, and now it is time for the laundry room.

I bought a canvas 12"x24" and then start pulling out the scraps I will be using on this project, and that includes pages from scrapbooking catalogs, left over scrap of fabrics from quilting project and wall decals (left over from my daughter's room)

Playing with gesso, paint and mist is so therapeutic don't you think? oh plus those moulding paste and mask, double fun!

using the left-overs (alphabets) is not also easy, you can see that I have to make do with the missing letter "R"

well, it is going to be covered with fabrics anyway, so any hard chipboard would do the job

now that the wall art is ready, it is time to dig out the real paint and get the laundry room done!

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Hello there! It's Yvonne here to share my altered project using clothespins.

I wanted to make a kitchen/dining room decor piece so I upcycled a badly scratched Tefal pancake pan. :)

I created the texture on the base using wrapping tissue, gel medium, glass bead gel and paint.

Then using little bits of trim, tulle and pretty things to decorate. I covered my little clothespins with washi tape.

Come play along with us for LESSology Challenge #34: Laundry Day! :)


Lizzy Hill said...

Oh, Man! You girls are soo, so creative!!! These are fabulous pieces of 'wall art'...LOOOVE them:):)

Julie Tucker-Wolek said...

Wow wow wow!!! These are both AMAZING!!!! I am loving how you both used clothes pins!!!!!!

SD pooja said...

Yeah both the projects are very different and I loved them..!

Kirsty Vittetoe said...

What a yummy piece of Art Yvonne!

Mitralee said...

oh my goodness! I enjoyed both of these! lovely!