This time I decided to do something other than a scrapbook page. I’ve had this clock for a little while so thought it would be a great base for these really beautiful papers and chipboard pieces.
I started by taking the mechanism off the clock
I then chose my base page, and traced around the clock onto it and cut it out To attach the paper to my page I used Stamperia Mixed Media Glue
Once dry I then gave it a layer Collage Medium to seal it
I then used Dusty Attic Stencil DA1757 Clockworks #2 and some Light and Fluffy texture paste on the background of the clock
I then heat dried the texture paste and gently applied some Prima Wax over the top
I then prepared the chipboard pieces that I needed for this project. From the DA2245 Twisted Iron #2 I just used 4 pieces off it to have as the marking points for 12 o’clock, 3 o’clock, 6 o’clock and 9 o’clock. The pieces were painted using Paperartsy paints and the Twisted Iron pieces also had some wax applied over the top. These pieces were then attached to the clock at 12, 3, 6, and 9 o’clock using clear drying glue
I then fussy cut out the other elements that I wanted to use from the paper pack and attached to the clock using a combination of glue and foam tape, remembering to keep the height below the hands so that they are able to turn. Once these was done I then attached the Mystic Flourish chipboard pieces to the clock using clear drying glue