How amazing are my new Indigo Blu stamps :D I got them at their launch at Port Sunlight last week and fell in lurve!! Only problem is I want the whole range of stamps LOL :D
Ok so how to :D
I started by covering my cute little house in a piece of text from my Alice book .
I stamped over the whole thing with my crackle stamp in coffee archival ink and left to dry.
Next I stamped the ruler along the edge in black ink, masked the edges and coloured with wild honey distress stain - two swooshes and it was done :D
I coloured the rest of it with barn door distress ink pad and added a clock and an ink blot stamp in black archival ink.
I stamped the white rabbit on to a separate piece of paper and coloured with promarkers and stuck it to my house with Claudine's matte medium.
I masked the rabbit off and sprayed the watch with gold cosmic shimmer mist but found this dulled the stamped image too much. I decided to stamp the watch section again on to acetate and when dry cut out and glued over the original stamped image with a little glossy accents.
I added the tiny type letters and glossy accented them and left to dry overnight so I wasn't tempted to stick my fingers in to check if it was dry LOL :D
I added walnut stain distress stickles randomly to add a little subtle sparkle around the edges carefull applied with my splodgey finger :D
Alice was stamped onto white shrink plastic with coffee archival ink and coloured lightly with pencils - the colour intensifies so much when it shrinks so if you are too heavy handed it looks awful.
I left a tab at the top of Alice when I cut her out and punched a hole so that she could dangle in the bottle.
Once shrunk with my heatgun I added little eye hooks to the cork of the Tim Holtz bottle and attached Alice with a jump ring .
I threw in a teeny key then put the cork in and wrapped the neck of the bottle with bakers twine and added a hand written tag.
I also made little holes at the top of the house to add more wire to hang the piece up.
I am going to enter this in to the Altered Alice challenge this month fotr the theme of time :D
Hope you like it :D