Thursday, 13 December 2012

Altered Clock - My Creative Scrapbook Limited Edition Kit





At last!  My last project using the 'My Creative Scrapbook' 
Limited Edition Kit for November 2012.  I love the challenge 
of using up every last tidbit from a kit (well as much as I can 
possibly use at least!) so, when I saw this pretty little clock,
 I knew that it was the perfect piece to 'pretty up' for my 
daughter's new apartment!
I fussy-cut some of my off-cut papers, as well as 
using some remaining die-cuts.  Inked up the edges.  
Glued everything on really strong then added the
 angels on top as the 'piece de resistance'.
I cut down the Pink Paislee Artisan Elements Squares into strips
& added some of those along the edge of the clock face & some 
strips along the base.
This was an easy-peasy 30 minute project & yet it took
this little clock from drab to fab & my daughter loves it!
I had two pretty pink Prima flowers left but one was not a 
shape that I liked (it had only 4 petals) so I cut the petals up 
& used them to bulk up my flower on the right-hand side & 
added the stamens from the centre to the base of my flower 
cluster on the left.  I tucked in my last remaining piece of lace & 
added a "Cherished Moments" sentiment cut from my Prima
 packaging - which was appropriate & in-keeping with the 
whole 'Time" theme!

'Altered Clock' Supplies List

Die-cuts -  Colorbok - Victorian Parlour
Fussy-cut papers - Prima 'Tea Thyme' Collection
Pink Flowers - Prima Coral Ice
Resin Angels - Prima Shabby Chic
Sentiment - Prima Packaging
Ecru rubber edging - Pink Paislee Artisan Elements
Lace trim & all supplies - My Creative Scrapbook 
Limited Edition Kit November 2012
Dark Brown Ink - Color Box



21 comments:

Kelly Foster said...

Oh how beautiful!!! I love the addition of those cherubs, so pretty!!

Lynn Le5 said...

Stunning!

yyam said...

This is really pretty! Love how you prettied it up in just 30 mins! Awesome!

Sandie Edwards said...

Wow this is awes Helen, will certainly be a wonderful talking piece in your daughters appartment, and no doubt always treasured!

Tracey Sabella said...

Amazing, gorgeous project!! 30 minutes?? You rock girl. I can't even get a page glued together in that time!!~ Blessings, Tracey

http://gracescraps.blogspot.com/

Debbie said...

Helen this is stunning! The angels are the perfect touch.

Evgenia Petzer said...

great idea and I love how you made it!

Lynette said...

Gorgeous...I love those artisan strips...and I know that your daughter is going to love this.

MARILYN said...

Wow, So Beautiful!! and I love that you made it in 30 mnts. A super pretty Victorian piece...love it!!
Have fun and enjoy your holidays my dear friend!!!! :)

Rachael Funnell said...

WOW! this clock is Soooo GORGEOUS now...you have done a FANTASTIC job.... Enjoy your Holiday!

Keren Tamir said...

This is beautiful Helen!!! Love what you've done!!!

ANUPAMA CHOUDARY said...

Totally GORGEOUS, Helen! Way to Go!!!

Julie Tucker-Wolek said...

Wowwwwwwwwwwwwww! This is GORGEOUS!! I love love love love love the cherubs!!!

Adriana B said...

gorgeous work as always :)

scrapping4me said...

This is very nice Helen - I am sure it will look good in your daughters new apartment. I love those cherubs they are so cute!

Kerryn said...

This is so beautiful Helen :).

Linda Eggleton said...

Absolutely beautiful, Helen...I can see why your daughter loves it!

Melinda said...

Stunning Helen! I can just picture how much your daughter loves it! Thanks for the inspiration! :)xo

juscrap said...

Stunning Helen! I love love love. hugs

Marjie Kemper said...

What a transformation, from plain to fabulous. I'm sure your daughter will smile each time she looks at the time. Love your tip on bulking up the flower with the unwanted parts. Thanks for sharing!

Eila Sandberg said...

This sure went from drab to fab Helen! was just thinking what the pretty pinking around the edges was, Artisan Elements! Love this girly gem and know Chelsea treasures it! xoxo