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Monday, October 25, 2010

TIME TRAVEL: the key to adventure--Steampunk style


This week Karen, from Pages In Time, gave us a fabby sketch from Suepup to work with.  As a Pages In Time Design Team member, it's my turn this week for creating a layout from the Thursday sketch for October 21.

I decided to use the Graphic 45 Steampunk Debutante papers along with some Websters Pages ribbon trim and a bloomer. I also added a Tim Holtz Idea-ology word stick and got to use the Martha Stewart iron fence punch..  This layout is loaded with layers of cardboard and foam dots in order to create dimension for all of my fussy cutting. I also cut out one of the plastic domes from packaging and placed it on top of the watch face, adding Rock Candy distress stickles for a broken glass effect.

This layout also qualifies for this week's SoArtful challenge:  key

NOTE:  I'm entering this layout in Sandy Ang's Challenge #2 Victorian Fantasy.  I chose the Steampunk prompt.

11 comments:

Cindy Adkins said...

This is totally gorgeous!!! What a magnificent piece!!
XO

Lori said...

Wowzerini, this is awesome! Love the G45 paper, of course, and all the layers you added are just spectacular!

Jeanette said...

Oh, wow! I love this. It is so beautiful. Great design and the details are gorgeous. Isn't steampunk fun. Thanks for being Soartful this week. Really beautiful.

SusanK said...

You are so detail-oriented! The layout looks fab and shows how much time you spent in creating a super layout!

Terry said...

Love all your fabulous details. This is one incredible steampunk page! Love it!

Linda Cain said...

STUNNING! I love it...got to get at the pad of paper and start cutting!!!!!!!!!
Linda

stampdiva said...

STUNNING! I'm drooling at those papers used, they are gorgeous. Amazing detail to this. Lynne M x

Cindy Adkins said...

Hi Helene,
Thank you so much for stopping by my blog! Nice to see you!!
XO

Shar said...

Stunning steampunk! Love it!

Grannie Annie said...

Wow love this collage...lots of beautiful elements...wonderful work.

Radka said...

Beautiful picture, have a nice day Radka :).

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