Table top view.
I love all things beachy. It is my most favorite decor theme!
Besides the chandelier, I also made each project, mostly using Prima products, which I have already shared in previous blog posts.
So, for this chandelier, my main idea was to replace the "lights" with shells, and give it a bluish patina wash.
Here's a couple of different pictures of the whole project.
I started out painting the chandelier with some VerDay paint, and then I added some gold crackle in random spots. I then dry brushed the entire thing with white gesso, then I gave it a good spraying session with the color bloom sprays in deep teal, light teal, and glistening waves. I also added some pearl strands from my stash, and well as some Prima Calcutta flowers I have been saving for a special project.
I added the shells and then some art stones, both sizes, and dry brushed those with gesso, and then sprayed them with the color bloom spray in empress gold. Here's a couple more closeups of the shells:
Lastly, I added the Prima chandelier adornments. They were clear, but I decided to give them a beach glass finish, again using the blue color bloom sprays.
Thanks for checking out my entry for the Prima Wall Art contest!
Oh my goodness! Absolutely love your chandelier! (Totally a fan of beachy decorations too!)
Gorgeous!! Did you have to prime with anything before spraying color bloom on the crystals for your beach glass effect?
I got the sea glass effect by adding the color bloom sprays to some Elmer's school glue. I used a mixture of the soft teal and glistening waves sprays. :)
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