The Amazing Flying Boy

Hi everyone! I’m here to share a quick project I created using the Eileen Hull’s Sizzix-Scoreboards Food Jar 3D Spoon Diecut. I know it is a little bit quirky but I had a lot of fun creating this little Flying Boy. 🙂
I cut the jar twice from matt board and cardstock, inked all edges and then adhered together. Then I lightly inked over the cardstock with Sahara Sands chalk ink to give it that “old vintage look”. Next I stuffed tissue paper in the bottom of the jar, cut out rosettes, put together, adhered to the jar and then added gears, sprockets and dew drops to top it off. 

The fly boy I fussy cut and chalked his outfit and then outlined him with a black fine tip pen. I then fussy cut bug wings out and adhered to the boy’s back, added two dress pins as antennas to his head and glued him inside the jar.

I printed the verbiage from the computer, cut, inked and adhered to the banner along with an airplane that I fussy cut. I adhered the banner to the stick pin and glued to jar.

Supplies Used:

Sizzix:Eileen Hull: Scoreboards Food Jar 3D Spoon Diecut
Matt Board
Other Sizzix Dies: Brenda Walton’s Medallion and Ampersands & Banner
Tim Holtz: Gears and Sprockets
Robin’s Nest: Airplane Cardstock, Belgian Chocolate Cardstock, Mens Plaid/Compass Cardstock, Beaches Dew Drops/Tear Drops, Natural Twine, Special Delivery Boy Cardstock
Stick Pin from Art.i.cakes
Ocean Depth and Sahara Sand Chalk Ink
Airplane from K & Company  
Bugs Wings are from Graphic Fairy Web site
Crystal Stickles
Two Dress Pins

Cassi’s Creations: Digital Collage Sheet Vintage Children 2 Fairies 

I hope you enjoyed this little project as much as I enjoyed creating it.
Thanks for stopping by, hope your Wednesday is wonderful and enjoy creating!!!


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