Steampunk Dress Form ~ by Sarah

Steampunk Dress Form ~ by Sarah

Hi There Creative Embellishments Fans! Sarah here today to share an altered dress form with you! I started out with a plain kraft dress form and dressed it up with papers from Graphic 45’s Steampunk Debutante and Steampunk Spells Collections. Add in some awesome Gears and Tracks from the CE Create Your Own Cluster set as embellishments and the Steampunk Dress Form is fully outfitted!

For the gears around the waist of the Dress Form and on the Top Hat , I used Stampendous Aged Copper Embossing Enamel.  To decorate the base of the dress form, I used some different sized chipboard gears and a chain border. I painted these pieces with Prima Art Extravagance Metallique Paint in Steampunk Copper. Then, I mixed some of the Metallique Light Patina paint with Prima Texture Powder and added that to the gears and chain. Finally, I finished the gears off by dry brushing some Metallique Paints in Emerald Green and Dark Velvet.
I also used two feathers from the CE Masquerade Masks set to decorate the hat – I painted these with Prima Art Extravagance Metallique Paints in Royal Red and Rich Turquoise – and then dry brushed them with Metallique Paint in Steampunk Copper. I painted the goggles from the Steampunk Hat Set with the Steampunk Copper paint and then added glossy accents to the screw details around the goggles.

Filled Under : Sarah Routledge DT

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    • Karen P
    • September 26, 2017
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    Wow! Doesn't seem to be enough of a comment wow, but I have to say this is exquisite and makes me want to try and source the not Creative Embellishments supplies as I would love to be able to create something like this, thank you for the awesome inspiration. I'm loooking forward to seeing more of your projects tfs Karen

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