Had some things on my desk and had a play. Came up with this.
Used Melissa Frances Hanger sprayed with Lindys Stamp Gang Steampunk Sepia and Cowabunga Copper.
Burlap Paper and Wild Orchid Crafts Flowers.
Art Journal Page 200
5 weeks ago
|Used a Stencil for this one, applied flitter glue and then the gilding flakes|
|Acetate and double sided sheet and applied gilding flakes. Then stamped the reverse with stazon. Background is sprayed with my new fav Lindy's Stamp Gang Steampunk Soiree.|
|Stamped with flitter glue and applied gilding flakes|
|love the punches look, hmmm matting and layering here I come lol|
|Wooden pieces covered with flitter glue and then gilding flakes|
|Douoble sided tape and then applied gilding flakes. The top two I put through with an embossing folder, love the effect.|
|perl headed stick. I used daisy spacers for this stickpin.|
|to keep beads and caps from coming off a small dab of glue (I use hot glue) and push the spacer up|
|I used a bead cap for the top of this one on a crystal stickpin. Small daisy cap and a rondelle|
|I tend to glue the bead cap to the top of the stickpin irrespective of what kind I am using|
|glue bottom spacer (small daisy in this case)|
|the bead cap for the top of the stick pin is two bead caps glued to a rondelle|
|again glue it to stickpin|
|love the angel wings spacer|
|finished article this time didnt finish with a spacer felt it was too much for the stick pin|
|lit out working tray has a felt base so the beads don't get away from me lol|
|the 4 sectioned box at top is for bead caps and is a box with dividers, the remaining boxes are individuals and all can be lifted out for ease of use|
|Box lid has a lace pillow for finished stickpins|