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In & Out of Studio 3D
Friday, 16 November 2012
Clocks Collage
Topic: Collage

One of the 12 x 12 papers I wanted to use was covered with rows and rows of clock faces. I took a 12 x 6 area and cut into 1 inch strips then rearranged them, mixing together the clock faces but keeping their alignment. After this mix I cut the other direction into 1 inch strips and mixed these up as well. The result was a 12 x 6 piece with a 1 x 1 grid of clock faces. LOVE THIS!

The one on the left I ran through the Cuttlebug with a clocks and gears folder. I enhanced the embossing by using Old Paper Distress Ink and popped up a bordered sentiment.

On the right I did not emboss. I added a bordered sentiment with a flag end and used a copper brad to anchor it. 

Here, on the left, I added two arrows as clock hands under a bordered sentiment popped up on foam tape. For the one on the right I left the clock background whole and just added a stamped sentiment with slots through which I threaded a twill ribbon.

As you can see...miss you all the time.

Ddd


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