What’s that? It’s not Turkey Day yet? And it’s still 89 degrees outside? But I’m in the mood for Christmas! And what better
Good morning, Oddies! Alexis here with a tutorial on making some realistic metal embellishments! I’m getting a little steampunk with the new Gears cut files and Steampunk Kaylee and a boatload of mixed media. I hope you’re prepared to get a little messy with me today!
I used Ranger paint dabbers, Heidi Swapp Color Shine, Tim Holtz Distress Ink and Stains to create the aged metal texture of the gears.
This video is how I colored up Steampunk Kaylee. The video is sped up and dubbed over with music to drown out my singing along to Disney tunes. You’re welcome. *Snickers*
And here is how I did the metal distressing on the Gears cut file and how I finished out my tag.
Well, that’s it for the videos from me today, gang! I hope you all enjoyed the fun, messy metal texturing and if you use this technique, I’d love to see your projects posted over at the Facebook Group and the Linky Party (Check out the right sidebar)! May is ending soon, but don’t fret, our June Linky Party is just around the corner! Some lucky winners will be announced soon! And there is still time to participate in the Ruby Rock-it Blog Hop! We’re always full of fun happenings here at Some Odd Girl!
E00, E01, E04, E11, E13, E=R00, R20, R32
E23,E08,E09 & R29
BG90-99, BG70-78, W3,W6,W7, W8, E55, E57