Sunday, September 18, 2011

Steampunk on canvas

Challenges:
steampunk-Simon Says Stamp and Show
memory-Bird is the Word
charms-Creative Inspirations Paint
anything goes-Card Cupids
anything but a card-Quirky Crafts


I found this wonderful steampunk heart for free at Sans Design. I had bought some canvas boards 3 for 4 bucks at Walmart. So my sister in law EO and I decided to try out this mixed media steampunk. She did the coloring and hand drew the cogs. She is so talented. We put eyelets in the holes in the cogs on the heart to hang a key charm. then added a memory paper and another key. The paper is Colorbok, 5 dollars for a huge pack from Walmart. Gorgeous romantic papers, I am in love with every paper in the pack. 

11 comments:

Diane said...

Thanks for entering your canvas in to the quirky crafts challenge...love the heart image, very kind of you to share it

San said...

Looking good, Christi! :)
It must be fun beeing able to craft together like that with youe sister in law. And I am not a little jealous of your cheap deals, I wish we had a Walmart to, that shop sounds like fun!!! ;)

ellen vargo said...

Hi Christi - thanks for joining in this week's challenge with Simon Says Stamp and Show - your steampunk card is adorable.

Hope to see you next (this) week, too!

Ellen :)

Caro said...

I love this steampunk canvas. So creative and different. Thanks so much for joining in with Quirky Craft's Anything but a card challenge this week.

Marlene said...

Oooh, this turned out GORGEOUS!

Spyder said...

Brilliant steamPunk canvas! Thank you for joining Quirky Crafts this time, don't forget to come back and vote for your favourites this Friday/Saturday
((Lyn))

Nubia said...

very cool! Thanks for joining us at Card Cupids!

Nancy in Iowa said...

Very nice! I saw this digi and thought...what would I do with that. You found a perfect home for it!

Cathy said...

Such a cool and funky canvas, thanks so much for playing along at BITW :))

Chloe :-) said...

A wonderful creations! Love the colours - Thanks for playing along at BITW :-)

Helen Tilbury said...

What an interesting piece! Thanks for playing at BITW :)