Tick Tock a Fairy is in the Clock

Hi everyone! I’m here to share a project I created Tim’s Holtz’s Tick Tock Clock diecut and part of Eileen Hull’s  Cookie Box diecut. I had got my inspiration from Lisa’s blog and you can find her post here..I had got the clock diecut on clearance but had never used it and after seeing Lisa’s take on the clock I just knew I had to create one for myself.

I cut two of the clock images from mat board but cut the top part(the bells and handle) off of one of the dies and then embossed with the Cracked embossing folder

From the cookie box diecut I cut out the “walls” one and a half times and embossed with the Dot Matrix embossing folder.
I sprayed one side of all the diecut pieces with Tattered Angels Verdigris spray and let dry. I absolutely LOVE the end result! The finish gives the clock an old and weathered look. Next I lined the inside of the clock with cardstock from the Conservatory 6″x6″ Paper Collection and then adhered all the pieces together.

I added bits and pieces of dried moss to the inside. Then printed and fussy cut the fairy image which I found from the Land of Nod blog and adhered it to moss. I made sure there was a good amount of moss behind the image so it would stand up straight.

I used several different flower punches to create from the following Canvas Corp cardstock: Pink and Ivory Zebra and Yellow and Ivory Mini Dot Reverse cardstocks flowers which I shaped and added sequins and Dew Drops to the centers. The leaves I cut from the Gypsy Moments: 12×12 Take Our Breath Away cardstock using the Spring Greenery Diecut which I shaped also.

I adhered the flowers, leaves and pearl sprays around the fairy and to the top of the clock. I can honestly say this is my most favorite project…at the moment! 😉 Thanks to Lisa’s blog post I would have never thought to use this clock the way she did. 🙂
If you have any questions about this project please let me know.

Thanks for stopping by, hope your Saturday is awesome and enjoy creating!


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