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Thursday, 24 January 2013

Clocks Birthday card









Another one with a strip of card mounted onto the base, as the base card is textured.














The strip of card was sponged with yellow & orange Distress and Adirondack inks.


I overstamped it with clock images, mainly Paperartsy, and some cogs stamps from The Artistic Stamper. I used the darker Oranges I'd used on the background, as well as Adirondack Caramel and Hazelnut, and some Espresso, using the second impression.
I heat set all these inks, then stamped a larger clock, again from Paperartsy, in Copper Pigment ink. Heat embossed these with copper powder.

Using a sponged, streaky background to stamp on, I stamped  Papermania's Beautiful Timepieces square stamp in Wild Honey, and heat set it. Then I stamped the watch again in Copper, and the Happy Birthday sentiment, and heat embossed both with copper powder.




 The clock face then got a layer of Glossy Accents to mimic the glass front of a pocket watch.






Left that to dry overnight, meantime I matted the strip to the front of the card.
The clock and sentiment got cut out this morning, and mounted onto the front with some sticky pads.





1 comment:

gardenpinks said...

My word Shaz you are making up for lost time - not only in the craft room but with your blog posts too :) Not complaining though as I adore your work and have missed your makes.
Lynn x

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