Saturday, May 11, 2013

Altered clock and video tutorial on it

Hello dear friends! its Evgenia Petzer today with you. Its never too early to start preparing for christmas, time just seem to fly...
so here is my altered clock, a bit shabby inspired, plus the video tutorial on it in the end of the post. Hope you enjoy!


some close ups:



Both chippies were primed with gesso and then one was covered with red acrylic paint and one was topped with microbeads.

Imaginarium designs chipboard that I used:

oval flourish IDFL0002


Clock Face (4.5 Inch)



And a step-by-step video tutorial on how i did it.

Sorry for my english- its not my native language;)

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Have a great weekend!

24 comments:

  1. Женечка здорово! Люблю твои работы!

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  2. This turned out truly gorgeous and I really enjoyed your tutorial! TFS!

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  3. Шикарная вещичка! Сказочной красоты!

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  4. Just beautiful!! Love how you made it!!

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  5. Thanks so much for this, Evgenia. I was actually just thinking of doing an altered clock for my Alice in Wonderland themed high tea!

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  6. Absolutely amazing!!!! The details are out of this world!!!! Hugs Sandrine

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  7. Очень красиво!!! Палитра и зимняя и летняя!!! )))

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  8. Вдохновляющая красота!

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  9. These are absolutely amazing! :))

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  10. Женя, отличный МК и волшебные часики!)

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  11. Awesome project! Can't wait to give it a try! Thanks for sharing the tutorial!

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  12. Часики просто прелесть! Спасибо за мастер класс!

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  13. Очень интересный МК,и очень красивые часики,спасибо,Жень!

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  14. Очень красивая работа! Впрочем потрясающе, как всегда! Отдельное спасибо за видео-уроки.

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  16. Вдохновило несомненно!) сразу захотелось бежать покупать будильник и приступать, давно хотела сделать, но боялась испортить, а с мастер-классом обязательно попробую! Спасибо большое!)

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  17. Какой вкусный и сочный предмет получился!

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