Frances second project on the PA blog which you can see here is all about time. I covered a piece of chipboard with T!m's tissue paper, coloured it with hey pesto fresco paint and when dry used the Tando cogs stencil with grunge paste.
Once dried, I coloured the cogs with the green shades of portfolio pastels and smudged them with my finger. I also added zesty zing, limelight and smoked paprika fresco to the background.
Using the tiny circles stencil and the darkest green portfolio I added some circles to the bottom corner.
I die cut the weathered clock from chipboard and slapped some grunge paste on.
Once dried I coloured it in French roast and then I mixed some pewter with hey pesto and sponged that over the top. Once dry, I sanded back as France did on the heart on project one.
Added the T!m strip die flowers, along with a bit of black portfolio pastel to the cogs to further distress them, stamped over them in black stazon and stamped the quote from Clocks #3. Onyxite treasure gold was applied to the clock hands and frame edges.
Simon Says Stamp Monday have a theme of make the cut, so I'm entering with this piece.
Wow, this make was spotlighted on the Simon Says Challenge above!!