Saturday 29 June 2019

Last post by Suzanne Franin

Hey Everyone Suzanne here

This is my last post for Colour Blast I've decided to step down for health reasons 
I will miss posting projects using these awesome Australian products as we don't have too many too choose from these days
I want to say a HUGE Thank You to Tenisha for choosing me to be on her team and to Kaye for all the hard work she does behind the scenes 
Also to the Design Team thank you you've all been great to work with xxxx

So for my final project, I created a Steampunk type creation using the Limited Edition Paper RangeSienna Colour PasteColour Shimmer Brush Markers - Silver and Gold and lots of cogs from Memory Maze as well as some metal and a clear cabochon over one of her eyeglasses 

I used the clocks and cogs piece from the Stand Out Limited Edition Range and roughed up the edges with the scissors
I then used the strip with the brads on it from the Exception paper from the same range
And from the Glorious paper, I fussy cut out the girl the globe bug and the key
I also used the scissors to rough the edges then used the Coffee Archival ink to go around the edges of everything
I used the White Heavy Gesso on all the Memory Maze Chipboard pieces
With the cogs, I wanted a metallic look so I used Silver and Gold Colour Shimmer Brush Markers
For some added texture and colour I added scrapes of  Sienna Colour Paste

Here you can see the cabachon I added to her eyeglass

Here's a closer look at the cogs and other metal pieces I added 
I love the cogs and clocks on the piece I cut out and the Light globe I added from Memory Maze 
I loved the Globe Bugs that are on the paper but in my stash, I had small globes so I thought I would use one over the top for added dimension
Being steampunk themed they use a lot of metal and a lot of the men have moustaches so I thought it only appropriate I add one
Here I added a large metal brad that I have had for years and I stuck the key from the papers I had fussy cut out on it 
I also added a watch because they always have pocket watches and this was the closest to a pocket watch I had 
I then added an Embellish With Flair Vintage Map Flair as it fitted so well with everything

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