I created a kind of accordion card, using the Tim Holtz Vintage Cabinet Card die.
I cut 3 large ones, two of them with the small cabinet card die inside to create frames, and then I used the cut outs for the end pieces as you can see from the pictures.
I cut them all from chip board, then painted them with Fresco paints, first in Mud Splat, then with crackle glaze and then the top coat was Stone. When the crackle had done its magic I cut some trellises with a memory box die and glued them behind the two framed pieces. Finally I decorated them with papers from the Papermania Madame Payraud's collection. I totally love those papers. The vocal images are from the following two Nicecrane collections: Henry Hutt Women and Vintage Woman's Hats.
I'll let the pictures tell the story.
And the final end piece, to mirror the first panel.
Here's a close up of the crackle still:
Here you can see the finished piece spread out:
Hope you are all having a creative week. Thank you for visiting like always!