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Wednesday, 1 May 2013

Follow the yellow brick road...

Sarah Hurley - Illustrator & Craft Designer - Crafts, Illustration, Inspiration & Vintage

Its here Sarah's 3rd edition of the
Lookbook a freebie book 
Its a must for stunning artwork and ideas
 from the design team
and also :) included is my clock.
I have used the images from Sarah's Oz Digi & Scrapbooking kit which I coloured with
Promarkers and then cut out to go on the clock.

How I made the clock , I used a MDF square which I marked out the road
in pencil.
 I then painted  it with white gesso and let it dry.
 I then  mixed Gesso and yellow acrylic  paint for the road
and let it dry overnight,
The next day I darkened the road and added the green paint and then stippled dark green to make the grass and give the clock texture.
After that I used a brick stamp to stamp pigment ink onto the road and embossed it with clear embossing powder,
I then placed my figures on the road and glued them down with PVA glue. For the numbers I used papermania  glitter numbers . Instead of 10 its Tin and 2 is OZ just to give it the "OZ" feel.
Once I was happy with positioning  of everything I then  painted over it with glossy accents to ensure it lasts.
Finally I fitted my clock mechanisms and I have a lovely working clock.
Thanks for stopping by.
Let me know what you think 
Hugs 
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21 comments:

Buttons said...

What a fantastic idea for a clock Tania. Love that yellow brick road. Thanks for joining us at Frilly and Funkie this time, hugs Jenny x

Linda Simpson said...

Fabulous Clock Tania, love the images and the colours.

Hugs
Linda xxx

indie said...

Another brill tutorial, love the clock and the instructions are so easy to follow, you have captured the theme very well, thank you for sharing.

indie :) x

Peg Robinson said...

that a sweet idea.

KarinsArtScrap said...

o what a wonderful idea and beautiful made Taniaj.

greetings karin

Kate M said...

What a novel clock - such a good idea and I love the OZ and TIN for the 2 and 10 - great project!
xx

The Little Stamper said...

Such an amazing clock and I love your wizard of Oz theme.
Thanks for joining us at Bearly Mine this week.

Sharon (DT) x

Jennifer said...

What a fantastic clock, Tania. I love the Oz theme!

Thanks for joining in the fun at Penny's Paper Crafty Challenge,and good luck in the draw.

Hugs,
Jennifer. x

Carol Christie said...

I love this clock, looks fantastic :) xx

Lozzy T said...

What a great idea, your clock is lovely. Beautiful colours and love the images..Thank you for joining us at Bearly-Mine challenge this week and hope to see you again. Good Luck..Hugs Lozzy x

Kelly Neis said...

Very creative and a wonderful creation! Thank you for joining us at Divas By Design.
Hugs Kelly

Sandi said...

Thanks for playing in our 'Anything But a Card' Challenge #66!
Sandi ♥
DT Coordinator for Pattie's Creations Challenge!
and Pattie's shop
Home of Pattieboop and Allie!

Helen said...

Great clock and a fab idea for a project.

Thanks for joining us at Penny's.

Helen x

~Kelly~ said...

What a cute idea to put the brick on there with a template I love that, and I love the wizard of oz such a cute card! Thanks for entering the Paper Nest Dolls challenge! ~Kelly Walkelmol

Gwyneth said...

I love the effect you've managed to create for the yellow brick road. Fab clock.

Dawny P said...

This is fabulous. I love the design and colours you used. Thank you for joining us over at the Simon Says Stamp challenge. Hugs, Dawny xx

ValByDesign, Valerie said...

Really cool background! And I love the stamps, too! TFS with us @ PND!

Nikki said...

Love the clock background.....who does not like the Wizard of Oz?? TFS with us at The Paper Nest Dolls challenge.... xo Nikki ox

JayBe said...

A fab project, Tania - love the little Wizard of Oz figures. Thanx for joining us at Make My Monday.
Hugz, Jan (DT) xx

Fliss said...

A really cute and clever creation. Love those images and the bold colours.
Thanks for joining in with our MMM anything but a card challenge.
Fliss x

Rosie Schirrmeister said...

A very cute piece