Friday, 25 May 2012

Dreamweaver week: Chunky ATC

Hi


For a change it's me introing Linda's piece this week because sadly this is Linda's last project as a full time DT member, we've worn her out LOL!  As you can imagine being a member of our DT takes a big time commitment and Linda has lots of other things that she is involved with so she has made the decision to step down from her DT commitments with us.  We love her work so I am sure we'll persuade her to do some odd bits and she's still demoing and doing classes for us so happily we'll still see her at The Barn.  I really want to thank her for being a DT member and for all her great projects.


Sandy x


Here's this weeks masterpiece, I'm sure you're going to love it....

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A chunky ATC from me for Dreamweaver week. First I took some TSS Copper metal and a Dreamweaver stencil and put them through the Bigshot using the platform; plates; silicon mat and a card shim. To fill, I use the Dreamweaver Embossing Paste ... it's quick to dry and mess free ... much simpler than other fillers.


When the paste is dry I add a double sided adhesive sheet to the back of each piece and adhere to the wood. Then it is a case of painting the metal with Eco Black Acrylic and swiping back the excess to age the Copper.


I decorated using Tim Holtz's Stamps and Gadget Dies inter mixed with a few Nestability Circles and some Idea-Ology Gears ... not forgetting my favourite Tando mini Compass!

A few more details




That's all folks ... literally! 
This is my last post for the Craft Barn Design Team ... 
Thank you all for your wonderful support ... 
Happy Crafting!

Materials:
Dreamweaver: Embossing Paste
Dreamweaver Gears Stencil
Tim Holtz Stamps: SteamPunk
Tim Holtz Dies: gadget Gears
Nestability Circles
Eco Green Crafts Paints Black Acrylic



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5 comments:

  1. Fabulous project. Hugs lin

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  2. Fantastic project. Love the aged metal and steampunk feel of the piece.

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  3. This is a wonderful work... thank you very much for all your beautiful projects Linda ! I've all seen them with a great pleasure and interest, since I follow these week's lessons ! So thank you very much. hugs

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