3 Sep 2010

Simon Says Stamp and Show your Layers!

So here is what I did with my interpretation of  layers. To have a look at what the others have done or to join in go to Simon says here.


These are the same pieces of paper that I had on my desk on Wednesday and all the flowers I had cut out! If you look close you can see in the centre on the clock I used one, so the rest I will save for another project.
Here is each part so you can see how it was done.
The first section of card was painted with a blue paint, then a layer of  stone effect paint was applied over a Glimmer Screen. I am still not sure if I should try and attach some chain around the top of the watch to the tag to join them! What do you think?

The next section was painted the same then I added a clock face from Tims lost and found pad a small flower from the pile I cut out and a stamped saying.

The last section was done the same as the first, then I added some stampboard tiles that had been stamped on then smudged using distress ink. The whole thing was then glued to a piece of garden net, the kind you grow your peas and beans up. And that as they say is that.

I managed to get around to most of the peps on Wednesday or Thursday and leave a comment, a few just wouldn't let me at all, so if you didn't get a comment I am sorry it was Mr Blogger playing up for me again.

Thanks for reading
Cath


6 comments:

NEEDLEWINGS said...

I love your interpretation! Soo cool!

email: Steph@SimonSaysStamp.com said...

Wow!! This is stunning! I love the colors and clocks. The bottom one with the tiles is really fun.

Thanks so much for entering the Simon Says Stamp & Show Challenge!!!

-Sarah

Linda Coughlin, the funkie junkie said...

Terrific job - I really like the way you used three separate sections that all support your theme. The blues are wonderful and I love the way you added the flowers to the clock face - very nice! So happy you could join in the fun with us this week at Simon Says Stamp and Show!

Bleubeard and Elizabeth said...

This assemblage is adorable. I see what you mean about attaching a chain. Not sure about scale, but that is something you will need to consider. However, it would make the two cohesive.

I love the clock and the flowers together. That was a really clever technique and I may have to steal (OOPS) I mean borrow it (grin).

LynneForsythe said...

LOVE...love...love this!!! layers of yumminess!!

thanks bunches for playing along with the Design Teamies and Simon Says Stamp and Show Challenge!!

Rachel said...

These pieces are great. Using tiles is a brilliant idea and what you did is really cool. Thanks for sharing.