I started with a round base card and extra piece to stick on as a panel. For the entire design I used only 2 colours of starburst stains. These were Tibetian poppy teal and Heliotrope purple plum available from The Stampman of course.
I covered the base and panel with starburst stains paper (Used plum as base coat then blobs of teal then scrunched) The next layer on the bottom of the card and also the back of the card is the same in reverse, teal was used as the base coat with blobs of plum then scrunched.
The image is of course the delighful Bling Maiden designed by Tracey Coates which has been stamped onto a SS base. This time I watered the colour down slightly and brushed in horizontal lines over a coated cardstock letting them bleed into each other and dried with a heat gun. I've then paperpieced her face which was coloured with promarkers and painted her hair with the teal before adding lots of blingy gems :)
I made the flower at the bottom using strips of ribbon I'd dyed with the teal and plum SS and also silver.
Put it all together and it works yay! More destructions further down where to stick the clock mechanism :)
OPEN SIDE VIEW
Stick the clock mechanism to the flap on the easel and then stick the panel to the front of the clock mechanism. When sticking the back of the mechanism on be careful not to cover the battery compartment!
RIBBONS DYED WITH MATCHING STARBURST STAINS
TIP! Check out your local £1/$1 stores for clocks you can pilfer! I got 4 of them for a pound! Not sure if they keep time accurately yet, as I said its a prototype :)
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