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Sunday, 19 May 2013

Steampunk Script Flowers (posted by Judith)

Hi Folks, I have another steampunk project to show you today, using the Punky Flowers stamp set. I have used a round canvas to which I added some texture through a stencil and then painted with acrylic paint. I stuck some pages from a cheap Thesaurus to some grungepaper, and coloured these with Pan Pastels. I then stamped some of the flower images from the stamp set onto the grungepaper and cut them out. I dipped the flowers into my Melt Pot to get a clear coating over them. I also stamped several leaves from the Sunny Sunflowers stamp set onto the grungepaper and cut these out as well.

To complete the canvas background, I stamped parts of a script stamp from the Eccentric Edwardian stamp plate using a brown ink pad, and brushed some metallic cream over the raised areas. As I assembled the canvas, I added some die cut silver cogs, some stamped cog trees, and some metal coils.

Thanks for stopping by, Judith xx


  1. Absolutely fabulous my friend. You make steampunk so pretty and feminine. Love your enamelled flowers.

    Lesley Xx

  2. Gorgeous, a stunning piece Judith.

  3. The combination of colours is lovely & I particularly like the way the die-cut cogs stand out against the printed paper stamping & at the same time echo the flower-centres. The cubist/script background ties in beautifully with the whole idea of Steampunk.
    Paula (PEP)

  4. This is lovely I particularly like the soft colours you have used and the dipped flowers have just enough shine on them to make them different

    Jackie x

  5. Love the texture and colors you used for this!

  6. Stunning.. Love the colour the texture and those flowers are fab, Px

  7. Wonderful, I love the round shape of the card and what a beautiful bunch of flowers have you put together!!! Great design!!!


  8. Beautiful. I love the texture in the background and the lovely pastel colours.
    Jean x


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