Tutti possono provarci: basta una cuttlepasta (o altro macchinario per embossing), qualche folder, metallo, acetato,qualche timbro e questo passo passo.
This week at CraftBarn we're having lot of fun using two of my fave materials: metal and acetate. Since make jewels is not my cup of tea, I decided to challenge me.
These earrings are very easy to make , if you want to try you need an embossing machine, some folders, metal, acetate, some rubber stamps and this step by step.
Step by step:
For the little box:
I cut out a circle of metal. I distressed the edge with a rolling wheel from Ten Seconds Basic set.
I cut out the circle in 4 parts and I embossed them separately, using Cuttlebug folders and a Craft Concept embossing folder.
I added a bit of colour with Viva Pardo Precious Metal paint.
I glued the 4 pieces to the metalllic tin, previously coloured with ranger Alcohol Ink pitch black.
I added the stamped acetate with Glossy accents.
I cut out two circles from a Metal sheet - real copper. I embossed them using Craft Concept embossing folder: Sun rays.
Now the magic: I put the metal near a flame, until the metal changes colour. You can get always different effects depending how long you heat it.
I stamped a sheet of acetate with Black Stazon using Katzelkraft rubber stamps - Sandglass.
I cut out two little clocks from the acetate and I glued them with Glossy accents to the metal circles. I put an eyelet and added the Fish hook Earwire.
Metal sheet - real copper
Katzelkraft unmounted rubber stamps - Sandglass
Craft Concept embossing folder: Rays and Retro circles set
Viva Precious Metal paints: lime, lilac, yellow, blackberry
Stampers Anonymous - Tim Holtz: Flourish ATC stamp
StazOn Jet black
Cuttlebug embossing folder: floral Fantasy
Cuttlebug embossing folder: mesh