Wednesday, 14 May 2014

CC3 Challenge #2

Hay Timmy fans, Yep i'm back with my second make for Linda's Compendium Challenge

This week it's 

and this is what I made
It started life as an old broken retro clock that I gutted out, covered with Tim's tissue paper and washed over with picket fence distress stain.
I then lined the inside with some faux foliage and brushed over it with picket fence distress paint, I also added a rim of pearl trim to the silver frame, they are actually white but seem to pick up the silver colour and blend in.

Then I set to work decorating the inside, using some resin pieces that I coloured with distress paint and stain, a Tim ticket and the distress glittered grungeboard shape pieces.

I also die-cut some mini tattered florals from fabric to decorate the inside and outside a little.
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10 comments:

Buttons said...

Had to come over and see this - it's gorgeous! Jenny x

Cheryl Grigsby said...

Lovely, Minxy!! I just love the mix of texture and dimension and the touches of sparkle. And I LOVE that you used on old clock. Way to upcycle!! Thanks very much for your kind comment on my blog. ;-)

Becky said...

It is gorgeous Minxy x

Bonnie McLain said...

Very pretty and Shabby... love the colors and the 'softness' of your project... Love, Light and Peace...Bonnie

Yvonne said...

WOw! Gorgeous!!! I love what you did with your old clock!!! Wow, just wow! Thank you for playing along with us for CC3C!

Anita Houston said...

Great altered clock! I love all the elements inside and the glittery hearts! Thank you so much for playing along on our glittery challenge at CC3Challenge.

Annette Green said...

Love this altered clock creation! So wonderfully shabby with just the right touch of glitter.

Candy C said...

Jenny...what a very cool way to design and create such a shabby beauty with Tim's Assemblage Clock. Love your use of the glitter here. So subtle and definitely gives that Vintage Glitter Glass feeling. Thanks for sharing your clock with us at CC3C. <3 Candy

Marjie Kemper said...

Those hearts are so beautiful - love how you've altered your clock with so many interesting trinkets. So glad to see you at CC3C again!

Hels Sheridan said...

Another gorgeous creation Minxy... love it... Thanks for playing along with the CC3 Challenge x