Thursday, April 14, 2011

Steampunk Wonderland

You have probably heard the term, "Steampunk" at some point. This style has really taken off in the papercrafting world in the past year. At Scrap 'n Art, we currently have a special issue dedicated to Steampunk, so if you want to learn more about it and see some rockin' Steampunk projects, you'll want to check it out! This is a Steampunk piece that I created. My daughter loves Alice in Wonderland and I have already made her custom Alice decor for her room. When I saw that pocket watch from Stanislaus Imports, I knew that I had to create a Steampunk Wonderland. The book itself is a Secret Storage Book. Isn't it neat? It lends itself perfectly to alteration. Honestly, this book took a while to do and I used a bazillion techniques. If anyone is curious about anything, don't hesitate to let me know and I will explain what I did. For now, I'll just leave it at this. :) Thanks for taking a peek! :)
Supply List: Metal Embellishments: Stanislaus Imports “Gears, Pocket Watch, Watch Parts”; Flower Soft “Shamrock Green” Book: Secret Storage Books "Alice in Wonderland"; Cardstock: Paper Accents "Extra Heavy Chipboard White 12x12 (128CB)"; Adhesvie: Beacon Adhesives "Zip Dry," Glue Arts "Adhesive Squares"; Ink: Tsukineko "Memento: Tuxedo Black"; Paint: Apple Barrel “Black, White,” Folk Art “Metallic Blue Sapphire”; Pens: Copic "Ciao: 36 D Colors"; Stamps: The Rubber Cafe “Candy Rosenberg: Steampunk Charity Wings”; Misc: Wooden book

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