Friday, March 11, 2016

Everyone is unique in his own way

Hello my dear crafty friends and welcome to my Steampunk inspiration made for you with Rubber Dance Art stamps, EyeConnect crafts and DecoArt Media products.

This is Irit from Rubber Dance team and today I am going to share the most odd project that I love a lot.
I didn't make a tutorial for this whimsy flying scull, but I  made a photo of most of the products used to make it. As you can see a lot of Rubber Dance stamps were used to make this project.
 The whole piece was first painted, them stamped and heat embossed with copper powder. Then I added more paints and more stamping and the layers were done.

Finally I added a lot of metal pieces to make the scull look a bit more " human".
The EyeConnect Crafts pieces were connected with brads and wire and the wings move as you can understand.  The sentiment is self expressive: anyone is unique in his own way, even if you are just a scull.

Stamps from Rubber Dance used to make this piece:

I hope you liked my steampunk buddy!
See you again soon!

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  1. Awesome, Irit! I have yet to make a stempunk piece, but I find this one very inspiring! The stamps you have used goes to show that one doesn't necessarily need steampunk stamps to do this, andI guess that's what has been holding me back. Thank you for a great piece and for showing us that this can be done with stamps we alrady have in our stash, plus a few odds and ends to embellish.

  2. Cool. Love your winged skull. Hugz

  3. Lovely depth of textures and colours with the paint and crackle. Fun Steampunk piece!

  4. The crackle and embossing look great!


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