The clock on the right of the photo was stenciled by painting it with LSG Moon Shadow Mist Gossamer Gold. I LOVE this look!
The three rusty colored clocks in the layout were Distressed inked with Rusty Hinge color. Then the layout was stamped, sprayed and splattered.
Since I stenciled clocks onto the paper, I decided to use The Dusty Attic Roman numeral skeleton clock chipboard to place behind the photo. It was one that I had previously painted but never used, so I heat embossed it with Distress colors Old Paper & Frayed Burlap. Not quite satisfied, I added Distress ink Vintage Photo and misted it with water; allowed it to dry and then added Distress Stickles color Antique Bronze. It was quite a bit of work to transform it to my liking.
A cluster of flowers, bow tie (sprayed with LSG MS Buccaneer Bronze-my most fave Moon Shadow Mist!) & an actual vintage safety pin from Mom’s sewing stash looked nice with the colors in the clock and just fit the 'little man' in the photo wearing his cloth diaper. : )
I cut a piece from The Dusty Attic number panel, Distress inked with colors Antique Linen, Vintage Photo & Rusty Hinge; then lightly added Distress Stickles in Rusty Hinge color. I outlined the outer edge of the number cluster with Distress ink Black Soot using a craft nib ~ something I picked up from my good friend and talented artist, Tracy Funk : )
The Dusty Attic Water Pump was colored with Distress inks Antique Linen, then Rusty Hinge; misted with water to activate the colors so they could be rolled around and mixed. The grass on this chippie was heat embossed with Distress color Shabby Shutters. The Dusty Attic Grass clusters on this layout were also heat embossed with the same color.
Thanks so much for viewing my layout and reading the processes I used.
Kaisercraft clear stamp – Rocks
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