Tag archive for : steampunk clock

Hey everyone, Jess here! Welcome back to the Creative Embellishments blog. I have a new tutorial for you today. Have you ever wondered what you could do with old CDs? Well, I am here today giving you some inspiration so, don’t throw them away!! There is so much you can do with them. My inspiration Read more ..

Hi everyone! Laura here today to share my newest layout!   I had so much fun getting messy with this one! I began by cutting Ty out from the photo to have a silhouette of him   I then gathered all my chipboard pieces, metal pieces and flowers.  I covered everything with a layer of Read more ..

Good morning! Laura here and I am happy to share my next layout using the awesome chippies from Creative Embellishments I started by tearing and layering the 7 Dots papers (its Christmas paper lol) I then added three strings of hemp and double matted my photo.      I usually cover my chipboard with some Read more ..

Maggi here to share a fun Steampunk Journal that I made for a guy friend using my favorite Steampunk chippies, chipboard gears and clocks.  CE has a great selection, be sure to check it out! To create the rusty look on the gears, I heat embossed them with Emerald Creek Allure Powder in Oil Rubbed Bronze, Read more ..

Good day everyone, it’s my turn today to share with you one of my most recent projects. Have you tried to play with the Creative Embellishments Huge Tags yet? I just love them, they have become one of my most recent favorite products to play with. This project has a special place in my heart. Read more ..

GRADUATION ! It’s been close to a year now and I still can’t believe that my baby has graduated high school. I’ve been waiting to do this layout for a while now and I am really excited to share my process with you today.I’ve been charmed with many of the Creative Embellishments chipboard and found Read more ..

Hi everyone! Today I’m sharing an altered paper mache box. This is actually the second time I’ve altered one of these. The previous one also featured lots of CE goodies, but it was smaller than this version. For this piece, I started out by spraying it down with a Krylon spray called Make it Stone. Once Read more ..