Wednesday, 12 March 2014

steampunk 'shadow-box-mirror'

Hello and good morning to all of you out there in blogland.
I'm late again thus just a quick post .-(
Today I'm sharing a steampunk project again, a framed mirror.

materials
stamps
flying man large SW R14001
small airbike large SW R14002
from the plate large men PLATESW167  

other
multi medium matte CH-HSP24927
acrylic paints
Tim Holtz embossing folders pocket watches and steampunk SX-TH657195
 and
diamond plate and riveted metal  SX-TH657848
found objects
metal embellishments from prima marketing  



I purchased the framed mirror in a kind of €-store.
- primed with gesso

- embossed cardstock with several embossing folders, cut the cardstock in pieces and glued them down onto the frame

- covered with acrylic paint bronze and tinted with black paint

- painted the die cuts and metal embellishments with acrylic paint quinacridone gold, heat embossed them with distress embossingpowder vintage photo and added a wash with bluegreen acrylic paint, die cuts were sponged around the edges with black soot

- the images were stamped separately and colored with different distress inks and a waterbrush resp. watercolor
backed them with two coats of matte medium to make them less bendable

- everything was glued down with glossy accents

Sorry for being so short. I hope you enjoy your visit and have a great day.

Thanks so much for looking, hugs, Suzanne x


8 comments:

Jetske said...

A very beautiful mirror! Decorated with lots of Steampunk accents, and painted in lovely colours, perfect!

Jetske said...

Forgot to say that this is a perfect gift for a man (Father's day or birthday present)

Bea said...

Inderdaad een mooi kadootje voor vaderdag of voor een verjaardag!!
Super gedaan!

Apollox said...

Super Teil, kann ich nur sagen! Bin begeistert!

whyducks said...

Very cool

Redanne said...

You did a fantastic job on your mirror Suzanne, love the colours you achieved. Anne x

Alie Hoogenboezem-de Vries said...

Stunning make Suzanne...a gorgeous steampunk mirror...great details...love it a lot!

mark gould said...

Love those stamps and all the texture x