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Makin Time



Purchased Cheap clock

Around 4 bucks

Gently remove the dome.

Base coat plastic surface with Lumiere paints,

using a cosmetic sponge

This is the reason I prefer to keep my stamps unmounted.

You can make the stamp conform

to stamp any odd shape.


Before you wash that sponge out,

dab the paint on a sheet of white cardstock

to use later

CD Clocks

The background of this CD is Varigated Gold Leaf

This CD was base coated with Bronze Lumiere, and stamped with Colorbox Fluid Chalk inks

Colorbox Fluid Chalk inks are permanent

once heat set.

Charms and flat marbles are great for the "numerals"

Ranger Glossy Accents makes the perfect glue for adding the charms, flat marbles,

and embellishing with beads.

The themes for stamping on CD clocks is endless.

I get a particular kick out out of time themes

Plastic Counting Chips

Find these in the kiddie section

at office stores

The counting chips are a thin plastic, which cannot be heated

Find fender washers at any hardware store

be sure the inside hole

will fit your clockworks.

Paint chip with Bronze Lumiere, then stamp with black permanent ink

Color with Sharpie Pens

Paint chip with Bronze Lumiere base, then sponge with Light blue and green Lumieres, for the verdigris effect.

Fender washer

covers the hole in the CD's and forms the base to attach the clockworks

© V. Blancq March 2007



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