Thursday, January 8, 2015

Steampunk Winged Love

Oh my I've been so busy- my Mojo is on a roll, for my second post today.. I'm sharing with you a little altered winged thing.
Inspired by 2 challenges and my unused stash of goodies that have been waiting for me for way too long.

The 2 challenges are:

Sandee and Amelie Steampunk Challenge- where the challenge is 3's ( added the #3 in roman numerical and  3 lots of 3 roses)


the Wings Challenge over at the Mixed Media Creative Gym Exercise #3

Steampunk Winged Love

I've used a whole heap of goodies on here, I started with a masonite base from Retro Art cafe, sparked it with Pewter Distress Spray, stamped with cogs and gears using Archival ink, I then added all sorts of gears and cogs, flowers and roses from my stash. I chose not to colour all the details with metallic paint, but to keep the colours, but add some Charcoal Art Sugar glitter.

Stampunk Winged Love Two

She'll be hanging on my jewellery cupboard - thanks for keeping up with my current art adventures.


Claudia N. said...

Wow! That's adorable! So beautifully composed and carried out! Thank you so much for sharing this lovely make with us at saspc!


Terry said...

Oh this is totally cool! Love your steampunk hanging and great touch with the purple flowers! Hugs!

Pascale B. Scrap said...

This is adorable!! I love all the bits you've put it to create that!! Thank you for joining the Mixed Media Place challenge!!

Little Artbee said...

Amazing, steampunk-art from the best. I love it so much with all the nice decoration elements on it.
Dear Greetings

Pawsitively Creative said...

Jumped over from SA Steampunk Challenge. This is awesome. And now I need to find some charcoal art sugar glitter. Looks like fun. TFS ~Niki

Astrid Maclean said...

OMG, this is so, so cool, I love it, what a brilliant steampunk make!!

Riikka Kovasin said...

This is soooo fabulous! Beyond cool! Thank you for joining the Mixed Media Place Creative Gym!

Unknown said...

I love all the bits you've put it to create that!

Margik said...

Wonderful project with fabulous details.

Meresanth said...

That's a fabulous make! Love all the detail! Thank you for sharing at SASPC!