Steampunk Storage by Fliss Goodwin



I have my steampunk hat on for this week's post as I wanted to share another of my samples for the versatile storage pot kits that can be decorated up in lots of different ways - the only limit is your imagination!

Step by Step:

I assembled the pots first using That's Crafty! Multi Purpose Adhesive and then painted the largest and smallest inside and out with black gesso. The middle one I painted with Bronze Multi Surface Paint.

I then took a couple of the fab papers designed by Amanda Southern, choosing neutral shades and stamped on these with grey ink using some of the texture stamps. I used a brick stencil with black gesso round the edges of the largest pot pieces.

I glued all the papers in place and then set about making my embellishments. As I had decided on a steampunk theme, I picked out some cogs, a bird and some wings. I added Sand Texture Paste to all of the elements and then painted them when dry with a mix of matte and metallic Multi Surface Paints.

I also stamped some script text patterned butterflies on scraps of blue and white overflow paper with black ink and heat embossed them with clear powder. I did the same with my chosen text and cut everything out.

I assembled all the steampunk embellishments and then glued them in place as shown on the photos below. I added some metal cogs to the largest pot for contrast.

I covered the base to match with similar paper and stamped this too with a texture stamp and grey ink.


We have a great challenge for June over in the That's Crafty! Creatives Group with the easy theme of Anything Goes! All you have to do to be in with the chance to win a voucher to spend in the online shop is enter so don't miss out!

Have a great weekend and see you next week.

Fliss x

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