Steampunk Watch

Follow my blog with Bloglovin Good morning!  I have a very cool little tutorial to share with you today using some awesome Globecraft Memories and Graphic 45.

I love how this turned out!  This is pretty easy to put together but it does take some time.  Here’s what you’ll need:

Globecraft Memories Steampunk Watch Ornament
Piccolo “Vintage Black” Embossing Powder
Piccolo “Victorian Bronze” Embossing Powder
Piccolo “Vintage Silver” Embossing Powder
Piccolo “Vintage Gold” Embossing Powder
Piccolo Embossing Powder Adhesive
Piccolo “Vintage Gears” Accents
Piccolo 3D Enamel Gel in “Metallic Gold
Glastique
Scrapbook Paper (I used Graphic 45’s “Steampunk Debutante”)
Tim Holtz Ball Chain
Chalk
Brad
Heat Tool

Step 1:  Punch the pieces of the ornament out and heat emboss the elements you wish.

Step 2:  As the heat embossed pieces are cooling, add the 3D gel to the ring at the top of the ornament as well as the numbers of the clock.

Step 3:  Cut your scrapbook paper to the appropriate size and shape of the pieces you would like covered.

Step 4:  Use a needle to punch the hole in the center of the oval scrapbook paper so that the brad will slide in and hold the clock hands in place.

This is the backside of the oval piece after my paper has been glued on.

Step 5:  Start assembling your ornament.  This is a good time to adhere the gears where you want around or inside the frame.  I glued mine between the layers so that they stick out along the sides.

Step 6:  Finish assembling your ornament and add your final touches.  I chalked my edges and added a ball chain around the outside of the bubble.

This really is a fun and super easy project to put together.  For another tutorial on how to use a bubble frame as a stand up card, visit the GlobeCraft Memories blog and get crafty!
Cheers!

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