maandag 2 juni 2014

altered alarm clock *Maja Design* -with tutorial-

Hi there Maja friends!
I'm having a fun project to share with you today!
An altered alarm clock with a photo -step by step- tutorial.
For this project I used all 4 Vintage Basics from Maja Design,
Vintage Spring, Vintage Summer, Vintage Autumn and Vintage Frost collection.
Those Maja collections work so well together!!


Let's start to alter this alarm clock!
The alarm got a coat of gesso first.

Tearing up some bits and pieces from all the paper collections.

Randomly glueing them on the clock with Mod Podge.

Also glueing the inside.

Love to play with all those little pieces!
These collections work perfectly together!

Those clocks always make a lovely extra touch to any project.
They come from the Autumn collection, No.XVI

Randomly added some clocks.

I used two ways to make my flowers,
A punch and a die from Spellbinders.

These little cuties were made with a punch.
I punched them three times and added a brad.
Crumbled them up and shaped the flower.

Also rolled some paper for an extra embellishment.

All done and ready to embellish!!

Between some mesh all the paper flowers.

Added some lace on one of the bells and around the side.

This metal piece is a part of a bracelet I had in my stash for awhile.

The beautiful big tulle flower is from 13 Arts.
Just love their fabric flowers!

The chipboard, the flourish, the key and the butterfly is from Dusty Attic.



And the final result!

The Vintage collections.
No. XII and No.XVI

7th of Dec.

1909

7th of May

Hope you're also having a great time playing with Maja Design papers!!
Enjoy your day!
Ingrid xxx


8 opmerkingen:

  1. Wauw, wat gaaf! Ik blijf het zeggen: jij weet van de meest simpele dingen nog zoiets moois te maken!

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  2. Oh so beautiful.. love the step by step too..

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  3. Ahhhh...love seeing how you put this beauty together!!!

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  4. know the best alarms over the world @lifegag

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