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. ūüôā
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!!!