This weeks challenge over at Just For Fun is Steampunk. Neet has chosen this weeks theme. (Edit: sorry Marie) This week is a special week as my blogging buddy Marie from Dolly Daydreams (link on the sidebar) is a guest designer for JFF. If you have not visited Maries blog before then click on to the link. You are in for a real treat.
After a lot of head scratching and puffing and blowing I decided to go with steampunk vehicles. I hope they class as steampunk anyway! LOL! Or maybe they are just plain daft!
I really enjoyed messing about with various stamps and got a little carried away. In the end I made a load of card toppers and put them in a small folder.
This is the one I am entering in to the challenge
These are the rest
The last photo is the folder I put the topper into.
The cogs (well that is what they are supposed to be! LOL!) are made from paper punches and fancy scissors.
I am quite pleased with how they turned out. Maybe the earth moving, rock boring contraption was stretching it a little! It’s the one that looks like a cup cake!
All in all it was a great challenge and really good fun.
That’s it from me. I’m off to catch the tennis.
Best Wishes Florence.
Edit : Jaqi this is for you – Stamps used
Top: Fob watch – Chocolate Baroque. Tea Cup – Kadomo Inc. Propellers and lines draw free hand.
Working down from left to right.
Tea Cup – Kadomo Inc, Small fob watch – Chocolate Baroque, Bumble bee (propeller) Anitas. Lines drawn free hand.
Cup cake (on its side) – Joanna Sheen, Dragon Fly (propeller) – Creative Expressions, wheels are from the center of a flower from a collage stamp – Hero Arts
Man on Penny Farthing – Chocolate Baroque. Propeller and umberella are added free hand.
Clock workings with mans head in the circle (complete stamp) – Crafty Individuals.
Small bird and fob watch (wheels) stamps – Chocolate Baroque. Free hand drawn umbrella.
Mans head and shoulders – Chocolate Baroque. The motor cycle (upside down) on his head – sorry this is very old and I am not sure who made this.
The balloon stamp came in a set with the motor cycle. Again sorry I am not sure who made this. The shoe may have come from Creative Expressions. Lines attaching both are drawn free hand.
The words on all the toppers are typed and printed off the computer.