Tuesday, 14 May 2013

The Time Please Sir

Today I wanted to share with you another one of Simply B Stamps' gorgeous Classic Collection Steampunks; his name is Clocks.

Love all the floaty ruffles and details on his jacket!  I’ve made this one into a tri-shutter card, the first time I’ve tried this card type.  I followed a tutorial by Bonnie at the Craftiblog and this is what it looks like opened out.  
My card has lots of ‘manly’ embellishments on it as this is for a 70th birthday for a friend’s father.  I found the very appropriate sentiment in my stash, it’s a sticker from CTHM.

I think this card shows how versatile the Steampunk images over at Simply B Stamps, nothing out there or gruesome about this sage old gentleman.  In fact, he looks like Father Time to me and just perfect for a milestone birthday.

Im entering this card into the Crafty Catz challenge, which is an anything goes one.  Im also entering it into the Left of Center use a digi (covered) or LOC theme (Steampunk is one so covered that too).


Skin E000, E000, E00, (E95 cheeks)

Hair C00, C1, C3, C5

Shirt G21, YG63, YG67, 0

Jacket BG93, G85, G94, G99

Cricut cart



Spellbinders Nestabilities Classic Squares Small

Spellbinders Nestabilities Marvelous Squares

Spellbinders Nestabilities Resplendent Rectangles


CTMH sticker

Eyelet Outlet Gear brads

Tim Holtz Idea-Ology Game Spinners

Tim Holtz Idea-Ology Sprocket Gears

Tim Holtz Idea-Ology Time Pieces


Bazzill Dotted Swiss cardstock in Clover Leaf

Bazzill Kraft cardstock

Black cardstock

Kartos Collection Florentine paper


Kay Mowat said...

This is just stunning Emily I love this beautiful work :)

JenniferD said...

LOVE IT LOVE IT LOVE IT! Awesome Card! Love all those great cogs and clocks too!

Jac said...

Gorgeous card and a bulbous colouring, thanks for joining us at Crafty Catz this week, Jac x

artwolf2009 said...

great card you have created. Thanks for participating at LOC and hope to see you again.

Corinne said...

This is soooo AMAZING!!! LOVE IT

DonnaMundinger said...

Too fabulous for words, Emily! Every detail is just perfect and I'm sure the "birthday boy" will be touched. xxD

Betty Boo! said...

Amazing work Emily! Beautiful colors!