Monday, January 18, 2021

# 114 Gnome's doorhanger.

Welcome back to Lost Coast Portal to Creativity where Lost Coast Designs and Carmen's Veranda collide to bring you twice the inspiration and double the fun!

Door hanger.

 Hello everybody, Riet here.
Today a post for the gnome challenge.
Just love those funny gnomes,
they are so adorable.
Here is a list what I used for this door hanger.
Versafine onyx black.
Distress oxide ground espresso, Iced spruce, Speckled egg.
  And distressink Walnut stain.
Some cream colored paper.
Stencil with numbers.
Coloring pencils/markers.
White gellpen.
Red posca pen.
Fine sandingpaper.

  I started with the distress oxide speckled egg and Iced spruce.
I made stipes over the paper in one direction,
leaving some room between the stripes so the cream color shows.
When it is dry I scored some lines on the backside of the paper.
With the Ground espresso I made the score lines brown.
Then I sprayed just a little bit water on the lines.
This makes the lines run out a little bit.
Now you make the numbers with the stencil and the Ground espresso.

On a piece of paper you stamp the gnomes and the keyhole with versafine.
Colour them and cut them out.
Cut out the doorhanger and glued it on the cardboard doorhanger (Ikea).
Now you glue the male gnome on the keyhole and let his hat stick out.
Then you glue the keyhole on the doorhanger.
Glue the girl gnome and the keys on.  Sand the edges with sandpaper, and done!

 LCD team would love to see what you make with a cute gnome.
Here is a link to lost Coast Designs gnomes, so cute.
Show us, and you can win some rubber.
And here you can enter the challenge.

1 comment:

Sue said...

This is amazing, I love it! x