vintage ceiling tile

September 27th, 2011 in member junk     
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mod podged paper cut silhouette
rust stop added to the raised details to bring them out


mod podged paper cut silhouette

mod podged paper cut silhouette


I just received some really rusted vintage ceiling tiles.  First I mod podged some tissue paper to the depressed area in hopes it would lighten the area so that the paper cut silhouette would stand out better.  Unfortunately, it became a bit too transparent when the mod podge dried.  Another challange was finding a way to bring out the raised details.  I applied rust stop to the raised portion.  

 

It turned out okay for a practice piece.


posted in: member junk, metal, artwork, rust, ceiling tin, vintage ceiling tile, silhouette, mod podge

Comments (3)

chippingcharm writes: Love the idea of adding the silhouette to your tins :) Laurel Posted: 12:39 pm on October 1st
alifemorepalletable writes: Brilliant idea- I've never whitewashed anything- (well there was this one incident)... I'll have to do a little research and maybe I'll try it out on some of the other pieces of tin I have. Thanks for the suggestion! Posted: 7:59 pm on September 28th
JunkArchitect writes: I'll tell you what I would do. Whitewash the tin, distress all the high spots and then apply your silhouette.

Jim

Posted: 5:29 pm on September 28th
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