Hi all...and Happy Easter!!I'm absolutely loving Powertex, so when found a challenge with 'fabric sculpting medium' as a theme, I was off and running for my apron and gloves!! :)
As it's Easter and the sun is shining (for a while!) I thought I'd go for the delicate, spring look.
I used Transparent Powertex and added some Light Blue Powercolour (pigment) to change it to a lovely pale blue.
The mannequin was coated in Ivory Powertex, as was the wooden ornamental stand.When dry I gave the mannequin a coat of the pale blue from the bust down.
A piece of lace was dipped into the Powertex/pigment mix, and draped over her shoulders and bust.
I then added more Transparent Powertex to drop the colour tone slightly, and then coated the netting.Added another layer of lace trim, and coated ribbon for a decorative centre drape.
When dry, I added a wooden butterfly, which had been coated in Powertex and dry brushed with Gold Colourtrix.
The hat was made from a polystyrene ball, a few layers of die cut card circles...some Paperdecoration..and the same lace ruffle that went around the mannaquin's waist.
I've then finished off the stand and her hat by dry brushing Light Blue Powercolour and Gold Pearlecsent Pigment...and added some lovely paper roses and little doves.Lastly, I added a hand made bead pin to the top of the mannequin, and having made a hole in the underside of the hat - rested the hat on the top.
Thanks for taking a peek...and hope you like her x
I'm entering this into the Paperartsy challenge:My inspiration came from Nicole, who had created a beautiful statue with a head wrap.