I was so honored to be asked to join Kimberly Congdon’s challenge design team — Scrap It Girl.
Each month, crafters are invited to create a layout, card, altered art or similar project following a theme. At the end of the month, the entries are all looked at and a winner is chosen. They receive a cool selection of products.
This is the first challenge design team I have been on, so I am excited.
For December, the challenge is clocks. I decided to make a card using products from Globecraft & Piccolo and paper from Reminisce.
I used Vintage Photo Distress Ink to ink the card base and then added the paper (the back side of one of the vintage label prints) at an angle to add interest.
I typed the saying and printed it off, then colored it with Vintage Photo Distress Ink.
For the clock, I coated the back with Burnt Umber 3D Enamel Gel and the clock parts with 24K Gold Enamel Powder.
Then, I coated the wings with Vintage Copper Enamel Powder.
I wanted them to be more than just the outline of wings, so I placed them on my Non-stick Craft Sheet and filled them with Glastique, also from Globecraft & Piccolo.
Then, while I was at it, I put the clock together and coated it with a layer of Glastique as well.
Once the wings are practically dry (dry to the touch, but still white) I carefully lifted them off the Non-stick Craft Sheet. Notice in the photo below how the Glastique stays with the little wing.
Once they are totally dry, the area between the wings is transparent, but still has a bit of sheen — very similar to a dragonfly’s wings.
Now, you can see the paper through them, but it’s obvious that they are not just a frame.
And here is the final card again … Click on the photos for a larger picture.
I hope you head over to Scrap It Girl and try out the December challenge, too.
And, if you can’t find Globecraft & Piccolo products in your local store, click on the link at the side to shop online.
How stinking cute!! love it 🙂
This is SO clever! I love it!!
great tutorial and wonderful ideas.
Absolutely GORGEOUS! What an amazing card. Hugs, Robin
Your mixed medium project is so steam punk! Love it!
Beautiful! What a wonderful way to express this often-said sentiment. Love the choice of paper and distressing. 😀
Cute card – love the wings!