Saturday, June 30, 2012

Some steampunking madness...

Why?? Cause I can!

As you all know I do tend to favour the steampunk vintage style when I scrap so I was in my element creating this for the Twiddleybitz show display project! In creating this project I was able to combine a few of my loves and my secrets with scrapping....

First up Helmar glues.... I have loved these and used them since I started... Whilst they have a great collection of glues for a variety of projects no matter which glue I use I know I am guaranteed the project will stay together and not fall apart with all the rigours of travelling... In fact this project I created interstate and carried it back in my hand luggage - yep placed in overhead lockers and carried around the airports etc!!! Did anything fall off or apart? Nope :)

Second is my chipboard - Twiddleybitz - Having been on their DT since they started it has been a constant in my scrapping so much so I can't imagine not creating projects without it!! :) The best quality of chipboard that doesn't warp or separate with umpteen layers of paints or sprays and mists etc.....

Thirdly - one of my favourite brands of paper Graphic 45 :) No matter what you use I love how easily they work together even though at times the papers can be a bit scary!!! Just start cutting up and playing....

Well enough dribble from me - by using these products you too can create your own masterpieces easily!

Now you can see why I need good glue - Helmar's all the way ;)

Material List
Helmar - 450 Quick Dry Glue, Liquid Scrap Dots, Decoupage and Craft Paste
Twiddleybitz - Funky Attic house, Hot Air Balloon small and large, Lightbulb, Rollerskate (aren't these just funky or what!), Steampunk Cogs Frame, Interactive Cogs Mechanics, Floating Frame
Graphic 45 - Olde Curiosity Shoppe range of papers

Enjoy - I am off to scrap some more - guess what I am using hehe


Sandie Edwards said...

This is certainly a mater-piece, so much to 'see' and take in ... beautiful creation Melanie. I can see this taking pride of place on a mantlepiece...

artwolf2009 said...

what a wonderful and creative project

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