Steampunk Dragonfly

Steampunk Dragonfly

Steampunk Dragonfly

Good morning!! I’ve had a few days off work, and am trying to catch up with my blogging – of course, I’m trying to catch up with everything else, so it’s a lot slower going than it should be!!  The card I have here features the image Steampunk Dragonfly by Ching-Chou Kuik.  It’s been some time since I’ve done anything steampunk, because, frankly, it scares me!! Lol.  I colored the image with my Prismacolor pencils, adding some metallic accents on the gears and bolts of her outfit, and drawing in the crackly background.  After die/fussy cutting the image out, I matted it on a piece that I’d cut with some edging scissors to look like a big cog.  The  background uses a technique that I learned in grade 2 (I think…..it was a long time ago, as I’m turning 50 in a few weeks!)  We made pencil holders for our Dads for Fathers Day, using masking tape to cover the item…then it was a can, now its a piece of cereal box….then inking it to give it a faux leather look.  I’m allowed to use heat guns now, so I sprinkled some embossing powders on this to give it even more texture.  I added the chain pieces, some metal roses, and the gears to finish this off.  Here is a picture of the original Father’s Day project!

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I’d like to enter the card in the following challenges:

Scr@p Cards Challenge – #98 Things With Wings

Morgan’s ArtWorld - #13 ATG

A Perfect Time to Craft – #7 ATG

Digi Choosday – Week 27 ATG

Crafty Gals Corner – #130 ATG

9 thoughts on “Steampunk Dragonfly”

  1. Swoon!!! Love this .. love Anything steam punk .. so much fabulous texture in this project.. thank you so much for sharing it with us at Digi Chooseday crafty hugs a Julia xx

  2. Wow! This is amazing! Your card is truly awesome! Your colorizing of this image is gorgeous! Thanks so much for joining us this week at Crafty Gals Corner!

  3. What a great great card
    and what is the digi beautifully edited
    Thanks for your participation in the scrap-cards challenge
    DT cheers Martine

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