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Sunday, September 28, 2014

Robyn's Fetish Challenge # 231 Oriental - 28 September, 2014

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This week challenge is Oriental which definitely took me out of my comfort zone, what to do!!!

We got to use from Picts of Japan and I chose the 1st image of a Lady looking at a Butterfly in a tree.

About the same time as thinking about this image, my alarm clock decided that no matter what time you set the alam it would only go off at 9.l5 twice a day! No good when I need to be up by 6am each morning.  Never one to through anything out, I ask hubby to take it apart and leave me the wooden frame and the clock bits and pieces for steampunk projects.  Then came the idea!!!!

I coloured the image with Copic pens, and then cut part of it in a circle shape and the lady and part of the turnk I fussy cut.  I also used some designer papers from Robyn's Fetish Store .  Called Oriental Beauty which I also cut into circles, have to love the die cuts for this type of design. 


Clock Frame
I then mounted the different paper and image circles onto the frame, added the lady with 3d squares, cut losts of leaves and mount them together with some pink flowers and a butterfly to make my..........



PAPERWEIGHT
Yes I now have a pretty paperweight on my desk.

Robyn's Fetish Challenge # 231 Oriental - 28 September, 2014

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4 comments:

  1. Wow, this is just fantastic Cass!

    Hugs,
    Hanne

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  2. Wow! Cass, This is so gorgeous! I am impressed! I love what you did and finding a use for the old clock too. Thanks for sharing. Edwina Brown

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  3. This is the most beautiful paperweight I have ever seen. Great project and you get a lot of parts to reuse.

    Michelle (DT SIS)

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