Thursday 23 May 2013

Emboss It...

This week on MAWTT its a Technique!!! Red has chosen to do Embossing. (it can either be Heat or Dry or both!!!)
I went for heat embossing and my burnt thumb can vouch for that!!!! The Clue is in the name "Heat Gun". Oopsies. Not quick enough moving my thumb away!!!
Pop over and see what the Rest of the Design Team did. I couldn't use Sponsor papers as my printer has been poorly :( 
We are sponsored by Bearly Mine  who are giving our winner a £10.00 Voucher to spend instore there. 
My project was a 2 x 2 Canvas. I first of all painted it with poster paints, then embossed the top of it 3 times with clear embossing powder. Next with my final layer I added some silver embossing powder too. This made for the stars. (im thinking that UTEE would have been better and quicker but hey ho used what I had)
I then used my fabby Tardis stamp and shrink plastic to make it look like the Tardis was shooting through time and space (Im a Geek!!!!) Tom loves it!!! Oh talking of Doctor Who, wasnt last Saturdays a brilliant episode ! Oh the end made me gasp. John Hurt is brilliant!!!
Tardis Stamp from Viva Las Vegas Stamps
Canvas from stash
SU  Clear Embossing Powder
Shrink Plastic from stash
Tardis Coloured with Sepctrum Noir Pens
I would like to enter my piece into the following challenges
Anything Goes Challenge - Handmade Backgrounds.
Loves Rubber Stamps - Anything But a Card 
Allsorts - True Blue.
So Artful - Night Skies 
Thank You for visiting my blog today,
Love and Sparkles Hazelxox

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DesignerDiva said...

Lol Hazel your Tardis does look like it's in space! Very creative Mrs and well worth a burnt thumb me thinks!
Hugs Laurie xx

Bridie said...

Fabulous canvas - I Love it!

Thanks for leaving a lovely comment on my blog

Crafty Hugs


Judith said...

How crafty are you Mrs! - this is just fab - very creative, I love Dr Who too, have you seen the DR Who freebie at Mayzyart - i'm sure you could do wonderful things with that!!
hugs Judith x

Sue B said...

Oh this is fab Hazel… what a wonderful background… it really is like a starry sky! Love the Tardis spinning off into the future!
Yes, Dr Who has been really good this series… :-))
Hope you are well hun!
Big hugs
Sue xx

Janice said...

I'll bet Tom loved it Hazel, it's any Dr Who fan's favourite. What a clever canvas and an even cleverer (is there such a word!) Mum. & yup it is ******freezing here today, don't know how many cups of coffee I've had to heat me up, + heating on & I'm STILL COLD! Jx

Claire said...

A brilliant canvas hun - that tardis looks like its in motion. Hugs, Claire x

Debs said...

Fabulous project Hazel - so arty and clever - ooucch to the burnt thumb though!!!
Have a fab evening
Debs xx

Kim. said...

Ouch on the burnt thumb but the canvas was clearly worth it. Loving the tardis.
Kim xXx

Lisa Jane said...

well this is truly out of this world !! what a fab idea .. looks so sprakly
Lisa x

Unknown said...

Hi Hazel, ooooh this is just fabulous! Love the TARDIS - another Dr Who fan, tho I have to admit I thought this series was a bit patchy in places. Did love the final episode - and am looking forward the the next instalment. November - how long is that!!!!


Sandra H said...

This Hazel is goreous your so creative x

Tammy said...

Gorgeous canvas Hazel! I love that fabulous sparkly background!
Hugs, Tammy

Laura Love said...

What a neat project! Hope your thumb feels better! Thank you so much for playing along with us at Loves Rubberstamps! We hope to have you play along with us again soon :)

AnyOldCraft said...

My son would love this. Great work.
John hurt has always been one of my favourite doctors.

Carole said...

What a creative creation Hazel, wonderful colours!
Hope your thumbs have recovered!
Have a good weekend
Carole xXx

Lydia said...

great canvas xxx thanks for sharing at Loves Rubberstamps xxx

Olivia said...

Hope your thumb is better. What a great idea. Thanks for joining us at Loves Rubberstamps.

Joanie said...

What a fab card, love the tardis!

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