Sunday, 31 October 2010

Cog and Clock Background


I sprayed the card with lime ink, placed the masks over the lime and sprayed again with post box red.  I stamped the images and words with black stazon.

I made a couple of large tags.  I added a clay piece that I stamped into with the word travel.  I coloured it with silver pen and wrapped silver thread around it.  I added a spinner and a brad to the clock, a prestud and a time piece from a watch. I used a paper distresser and edged with black soot distress ink.  I have entered this tag into a yahoo group challenge.  The criteria was, stamping, a word and metal.
                              

This one has a T!m Alterations corrugated cog painted with black acrylic dabber. A brad and a spinner and a prestud. Again the edges were distressed and fibres were added to finish.



I made another easel card. It's for one of the members of a yahoo group I am involved with who is a bit under the weather at the moment.

And finally I managed to squeeze an Atc from the remaining piece.  I added the word imagine and a prestud.

11 comments:

craftytrog said...

What wonderful projects from your masterboard Sam! I absolutely love your clay piece! xx

Zoechaos said...

Well you can guess how much I love this work every piece you made if fab. xx Zoe

Chris said...

Just been for a nosy. I didn't realise I'd not visited for so long!

Love what you've produced with your masterboard. Now I know who to vote for! lol

Angelnorth said...

Fab collection of pieces from your background, these all look great!

My crafty dog and I said...

Genius! Sam x

Sid said...

Fab stuff you have done with the cogs and clocks !!

hazel said...

Fantastic pieces! Love the tags.
xxx Hazel.

Sue said...

I love these Sam your clay piece is brilliant x

Neet said...

Wow, what a lot of Fab things you made. Love the one with the clay on. Good luck with the challenge.

Lucy Edmondson said...

Brilliant use of your masterboard,

Lucy x

Cath Wilson said...

Lots of lubblies there but I SO like the clay fragment - I love those.

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