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Challenge: Krafty Inspiration - Take 1 Make 5

 Key to My Heart
using Krafty Template Heart Top Box


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Top
using
AM265 Sm Mini Rose Trio Fragment
RP377 Med Old Key
RP283 Large Looking Back
KL328 Med …. don't ever

Also used Delight Air Dry Modelling Compound , acrylic paint, inkpads (StazOn black and Encore! Ultimate Metallics gold), Collections alphabet letters, lace, heart charm.
 
Front
using
AM167 Lge Tassel No 1
RP118 Lge 2 Ornamental Keys
RP377 Med Old Key
KL328 Med Don't ever

Also used Delight Air Dry Modelling Compound , Lumiere paint, gold Rub ‘n Buff, black StazOn ink, Encore! Ultimate Metallics gold inkpad, old gold cord, copper beads, shrink plastic, coloured pencils, cold laminate, variegated gold leafing flakes, gold gel pen.

 
Back
using
AM111 XLge Maysie's Key
AM222 XLge Fancy Oval Cab
RP377 Med Old Key
KL328 Med …don't ever

Also used Hearty black air dry clay, Meltz (Ruby and Gold), Interference Gold Pearl Ex, black StazOn ink, Encore! Ultimate Metallics gold inkpad, gold gel pen, found image, gold ball chain, black acrylic paint, black beading wire.
 
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Left Side
using
AM127 Lge Cameo Left Facing (partially cast)
AM263 Sm Mini Floral Heart
RP307 XLge Medieval Recliner
RP377 Med Old Key

Also used Delight Air Dry Modelling Compound , Rub'n Buff (gold, patina, white), Krylon gold leafing pen, gold gel pen, black StazOn ink, gold doily.
Right Side
using
AM197 Lge Keyhole Floral
RP118 Lge 2 Ornamental Keys
RP377 Med Old Key
KL328 Med Don't ever

Also used black Hearty air dry clay, gold Rub 'n Buff, black StazOn ink, Encore! Ultimate Metallics gold ink, padlock and key charms.
 


Nature's Garden
using
Krafty Template Hexagon with Floral Top Box
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  Box background and top
KL 220 XLge Full Gum Spray

Also used Platinum embossing powder, Radiant Pearls (Victorian Rose, Sea Weed, Ancient Aqua), silver metal shim, metal alphabet stamps, ink pads - Encore! Ultimate Metallics silver and StazOn Black, large feather butterfly

 

 
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Pink Butterfly
using
AM211 Lge Small Gumleaf
KL 220 XLge Full Gum Spray

Also used Paper Perfect Cashmere Pink, bark from the garden, feather butterfly, Opals Tarkine, clear ultra thick embossing powder, Perfect Pearls Forever Green
 
Blue Butterfly
using
AM211 Lge Small Gumleaf

Also used seed pod and twig from the garden, feather butterfly, silver beading wire, assorted metallic beads, Opals Mountain Berry and silver ultra thick embossing powder
 
Yellow Butterfly
using
AM211 Lge Small Gumleaf

Seed pod from the garden, feather butterfly, open weave mesh, Opals Wineglass and Dove Lake and clear ultra thick embossing powder
 
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  alternate view of Pink Butterfly  
 

Sea Shells
using
Krafty Template Obelisk Box

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Sea Shells
using
AM254 Med Mini Fossil
AM078 Med Conch Shell
AM242 5XLge Alphabet Tile
RP404 Med Splatter

Also used Delight Air Dry Modelling Compound, Collections letters, Lumiere paints, black acrylic paint, Krylon gold leafing pen, Encore! Ultimate Metallic gold ink pad, sandpaper, starfish punch, acetate, Lucy's Stamps Seashore.

Using a cast of the Seahorse, I traced around the outline and carefully cut it away and then placed acetate behind it to create a window. The Seashore is stamped across the bottom corner and embossed with gold EP. All the moulds were cast with Delight Air Dry Modelling Compound and painted with Lumiere paints (or acrylic paint) then highlighted with Krylon gold leafing pen. The conch was polished with a tissue to get a very buffed finish. I attached Collections letters in a higgledy piggledy fashion above the seahorse window and then the top of the obelisk was stamped with the splatter stamp and finished with a punched sandpaper starfish.
 
Beach
using
AM175 XLge Seahorse 
RP149 Med Torn Weave
RP404 Med Splatters

Also used Delight Air Dry Modelling Compound, Lumiere paints, Class A'Peels sticker (for seahorse eye), Dymo tape word, Encore! Ultimate Metallics gold inkpad, gold embossing powder, Lucy's Stamps Seashells, sandpaper, starfish punch.

The seahorse is cast in Delight airdry clay and painted with Lumiere paints. I only inked one shell from the seashell stamp and stamped it at the top of the box and then stamped the whole image along the bottom corner and embossed both with gold embossing powder. I stamped torn weave across the middle of the box and the splatter across the top of the box without embossing. A punched sandpaper starfish is glued over the splatter and the seahorse is attached to the centre of the panel. I used a little glue to attach the Dymo word as it won't stick to the embossed image.
 
Sand
using
AM175 XLge Seahorse 
RP149 Med Torn Weave
RP404 Med Splatters

Also used Delight Air Dry Modelling Compound, Lumiere paints, Class A;Peels sticker (seahorse eye), Encore! Ultimate Metallic gold inkpad, gold embossing powder, Dymo taper word, sandpaper, starfish punch, Lucy's Stamps Seashells

The seahorse is cast with Delight and then painted with Lumiere paint. The seashell image is stamped and embossed in gold across the bottom and then torn weave and splatter are stamped at the top and finished with a punched sandpaper starfish. The Dymo word is attached above the seahorse using Pritt Power Gel.
Sea
using

AM175 XLge Seahorse 
RP149 Med Torn Weave
RP404 Med Splatters


Also used Delight Air Dry Modelling Compound, Lumiere paints, Class A'Peels sticker (seahorse eye), Encore! Ultimate Metallic gold inkpad, spray of beaded filament, Magic Mesh, variegated gold leaf, Dymo tape word, sandpaper, starfish punch.

The seahorse is cast with Delight and then painted with Lumiere paint. I covered the Magic Mesh with variegated gold leaf and then brushed away the excess leaving some spots a little more solid for added interest. Even though the mesh is sticky on both sides, glue is needed to keep it in place (I used Pritt Power Gel). The beaded filament is attached behind the seahorse after stamping the torn weave image across the top left hand corner. The top of the obelisk is stamped with the splatter image and topped with a punched sandpaper starfish and then the Dymo word was glued in place.
 
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