Wednesday, 30 July 2014

CC3 Challenge 7

Just a quick post today - my make for the latest CC3 Challenge 7 - Painted Industrial.

Inspiration Emporium are the sponsor for this challenge offering a generous FIFTY DOLLAR SHOPPING SPREE for one lucky CC3C entrant.

I created a 3D pocket watch shaker using the technique with Tim's mini pocket watch die. I cut it multiple times, removing the centres to create layers and sandwiching a piece of acetate between the top two layers. It's filled with tiny real watch parts. On the top layer I repeated the technique but rather than embossing I sanded the surface of the metal lightly with fine sandpaper.

Not sure what I am going to do with this yet but entering it anyway as inspiration is unlikely to strike between now and Saturday!

Watch this space for news of my Rubber Dance debut - coming very soon! Super excited!

Katy x


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  2. Loving very much, you clever lady

  3. Great watch! Love the gears inside especially! Thank you so much for joining us in our metalicious challenge at CC3Challenge!!!

  4. Gorgeousness Katy, love the shaker stylee... Thanks for playing along with the CC3 Challenge x

  5. Katy...your pocket watch is wonderful! Great job on the painted industrial technique and what a perfect piece to use it on! Thanks for joining us at CC3C. <3 Candy

  6. What a great pocket watch shaker. Fun idea. The painted industrial technique is perfect for this project. Thanks for playing along in the CC3 Challenge.