What's it all about? Well, we thought it was about time to give Glenda - aka boozybear - and her fab steampunk chipboard pieces the attention they deserve and we will be doing so by showing steampunk/industrial style projects done by my wonderful DT - each using the same boozybear parts but in totally different projects and ways of using them so you can see how versatile these are and maybe also grab a little inspiration here and there for your own projects.
Boozybear Special I
Boozybear Special II
Boozybear Special III
Today it's time for Susan to share her highly textural beautiful boozybear feature project. Enjoy!
Hands, Cogs and Rubies
From our sponsor boozybear, I have got these amazing chipboards and they are very well suited for a steampunk project.
I have used 20x20 canvasboard. On it, I have cracklepaint, sandpaste, glassbeads texture gel and heavy paste, while it was wet, I dripped my acrylic colors.
All my chipboards have got a lot of rusty paste, black acrylic color and mica wax. At last they were decorated with some rubies.
I wish you great joy with your creative projects.
I hope you have enjoyed this inspiration as much as I have! If you haven't checked out the other boozybear feature projects (see link list in the introduction of this post) or the DT makes for our November-December challenge, I highly recommend you do so!
On Saturday the Top5 and prize winners from the October challenge will be announced - another good reason to stop by! And of course we would love to see you play along in November and December with our usual two-months long winter special challenge!
Hugs and happy crafting!