Wednesday, 13 April 2016

Time Traveler's Memories CAMERA

Hello, today I share another favourite to make a 3D Camera. 
This I cut with help of my Silhouette Cameo.

I have used an old collection but still stunning, Prima Marketing Time Traveler's Memories along with some Prima flowers, embellishments and the NEW IOD Vintage Art Decor Moulds...don't you just love it when you can make your own embellishments!
I used Barouque 6 the clock.

I must confess that I do not have the paper clay that goes with it. I know that one can use other air-dry clays for moulds as well however I just used the normal plaster of paris (all I had at the moment) to set this.
It dries quicker though, however it is not flexible and can break easily. Happened with the first one I made. But as the saying goes...practice makes perfect right!

I painted the clock with Martha Stewart's light gold acrylic paint and then lightly inked the edges with distress ink Ground Espresso and I think it came out perfect.

Definitely going to be making more of these for my stash, I figure they will come in handy! 

-THE CAMERA-

I inked the edges of the camera and all the contrasting accents with 
distress ink Gathered Twigs.

I embossed the word 'Snapshots' and the front section lens of the camera (circle) with Lindy's Stamp Gang Spanish Moss Green. I placed a piece of acetate behind the lens. I then added the Finnabair vintage mechanicals clock face to the centre and then placed some rhinestones around the clock to finish it off.


I painted the Prima resin Angel with Martha Stewart's light gold acrylic paint. I then add it to the Tim Holtz corked dome with some mixed beads. I placed the the corked dome with metal butterfly and flowers before assembling the camera completely.

I used a tag from Enmarc and inked the edges with Gathered Twigs. Add the metal butterfly and paper clip.

Add the lace to the contrasting accents before adhering the pieces.

Once the camera is assembled, add all the rest of the embellishments and flowers.











Thanks for stopping by!

Happy Scrapping!
Tanya

16 comments:

  1. this would be a fabulous project to re-create! just stunning!

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  2. Where did you get the camera at? Very beautiful and looks like an awesome make and take.

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    1. This is a design on the Silhouette Studio! Thanks so much!!!

      -Tanya-

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  3. That was my question too? How did you do the camera base?

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    1. Judy, this is a design on the Silhouette Studio. It does give detailed instructions on how to assemble it. I will be making another one with a tutorial. So keep a look out for that!

      -Tanya-

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  4. Spinning!do jou have the tutorial already online?

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    1. Spinning must be stunning!

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