Wednesday, 16 January 2013

A little steampunk goes a long way...

This is the piece of chipboard that I was playing with last night.
The words are from Stampers Anonymous the Tim Holtz Collection and the cute light bulb is from Junkyard Findings.  The cogs are Tim Holtz cut from chipboard.
The wings were clear acrylic and I have no idea where I picked them up from and I gave them a coat of glitter paint.
Not bad for ten days of playing eh?  LOL


  1. Not bad Annette you are joking absolutely fantastic work - love all the items! And still want to know what brush you used to achieve the dry brushing - it looks wayyyyyyyyyy better than mine ever did and that's why I got frustrated and stopped!

  2. Ooooooh! I love this for sure!
    Jo x

  3. What a fabulous collection of makes - you really have got that style 'off to a tee'.

    Toni xx

  4. WOW! LOVE this! Steam punk and grunge are becoming my favorite mediums!

  5. Fabulous, and very inspiring.

  6. Oh wow, these are amazing, love them.
    C xx

  7. It seems, you are addicted as i am (:o)And to answer your question, the head on my last piece is made with plaster. At the Outcast Workshop, you have always some leftover and i poured it in a mold. Have a nice weekend.

  8. OH what have you done?????

    I was so inspired seeing what you created, I was telling my friend all about your work. in our looking at boxes we found a workshop..We are about to embark on a new journey of creation..
    There is a craftig god and his name is Andy Skinner.I found his blog.....and the journey has started.
    Thank you so much for sharing your beautiful creations, you may well have just changed my crafting life..
    Loads of HUGS,
    Nelle xxxxxxxxxxx


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