Fall Pumpkin Featuring Industrial Chic Sprays

Hi everyone!!

Today, I am sharing a very special fall project, featuring Limor’s new Spray Set, Industrial Chic. I am in love with these colors!!!! Gorgeous!!!

Fall Pumpkin

Fall Pumpkin

I started with a foam pumpkin and a wood plaque for my base. The pumpkin was covered with metal foil tape, and then etched with various tools.

Fall Pumpkin Left Side

The leaves are where the magic is….and I have a tutorial for you down below. Here’s a few close ups of the variation and variegation that you can achieve with this simple technique!!

Fall Pumpkin Leaf Closeup

Love that shimmer!!!

Fall Pumpkin Closeup

And look at those colors!!! Yum yum!!!

Fall Pumpkin Bead Closeup

I even added color to the berry sprays!!

Technique Video

The wonderful thing about this technique, is that it works best on the cheapest flowers and leaves that you can buy!!! And remember, only gesso/paint the backside of your flowers/leaves to get that mottled and realistic look!!

Lindy’s Products:

Industrial Chic Set featuring: Rusty Lantern Lime, Shabby Turbine Teal, Time Travel Teal, Steel Shimmer, and Steampunk Sepia

Embossing Powders: Madonna Robe Blue Gold and Oakleaf Olive

Other Products:

Pumpkin, Walnut Hollow Wood Plaque, Large Leaf Garland, Small Leaf Garland, Metal Foil Tape, Diamond Dust, Brads, Copper Wire, 1″ Wood Beads, Tim Holtz Walnut Stain, Black Gesso, Brown Paint, Liquitex Satin Varnish, Liquitex Acrylic Glazing Liquid in Satin

Hope you enjoyed!!

Lynne


2 thoughts on “Fall Pumpkin Featuring Industrial Chic Sprays

  1. Wow this is amazing. Fantastic tutorial. I’m going to have to dig out some old flowers, blow off the dust and grab some lindys sprays.

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