Next, I tore a brown paper bag into strips, crinkled and then twisted the strips, and then glued the strips over the arch. I added some twists and turns while gluing to emulate knots. I then painted the arch with a base coat of opaque medium before painting with Tattered Angels Espresso Bean Glimmer Glam. Once the arch was dry, I highlighted the "bark" with Black Soot Distress Ink and Viva Decor Inka-Gold. I glued a Graphic 45 Ornate Metal Key Hole to the right side of the arch. I topped the key hole with a bright blue butterfly sticker for a pop of color.
I created a small whimsical nature scene at the base of the arch with a piece of Grass Flexistrip, a portion of a Leaf Branch with Cut-Out Leaves and a Mini Leaf (Mini Leaves 3). I painted all the chipboard with Ranger Distress Paint. I topped the chipboard with mushroom stickers, pink flowers and a plastic deer. I used a brown marker to color in the deer eyes and to add spots to the back.
I added a small cluster of flowers to the top of the arch using the remaining portion of the Leaf Branch with Cut-Out Leaves as a base.
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