Monday, 31 May 2010

Grandfather clock

I got this large grandfather stamp ages ago from my lovely friend Susan   and its one of my favourite stamps but as i mainly do small art, i rarely have used it. Today though i decided it needed an airing so i got some black card and i stamped the clock in white ink then embossed in  some brand new white embossing powder. I then sprayed the black card with my new  gold irridecent spray and then dried. After that i sponged it all over with alcohol inks to give the coloured effect and mounted on a black card and attached tiny purple stones in the corner and wording which was alcohol inked too. I don't often do cards but thought this would make a nice card for male or female so was pleased with the result. I would like to add this to the OSAAT challenge which is something new. ... i used two new items (see above )



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10 comments:

Crissi Harvey said...

Great card June i love how the background looks to

Sally H said...

This is wonderful! Love the alcohol inks over the white embossing powder!

Julia said...

Very artistic! I love it!

Faye said...

Wow, June, the colors in this are fabulous! I love your clock stamp and hope to see it again soon.

Dream With the Fishes said...

That's fantastic! I love working on black, though it's tricky. You did a great job of it, though!

Good luck to you on your clutter clearing efforts!! I'm hoping I can make a huge dent through tackling it even a little at a time, steadily until it's done.

Happy Monday!
Serena

Spyder said...

This is lovely June! (as all you do is!!) Thank you for joining OSAAT's 'New' challenge this week! Hope to see you again next week too!
((Lyn))

Cheryl said...

oh june hun this is totaly brilliant what a great stamp really love it hun thanks for joining us at OSAAT too hugs cheryl xxxxxxxx

sam21ski said...

It's lovely June xxxx

Tammy said...

I love your clock...it is just lovely. Thanks for playing OSAAT. Smiles...Tammy

Deborah said...

Really dramatic, I love it, June! And such an unusual stamp.