Steampunk Junk Journal 2 and Magic Waterdrops

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Welcome creative friends!

Today I want to share with you two projects, that are completely different.

So you can see, there are so many possibilities to work with the products from Scrap FX.
First the second part of a Junk Journal,

which was made with the new awesome Steampunk Kit from Scrap FX.

Scrap FX products:
Junk Journal Steampunk 
here you can see the laser cut pages
Junk Journal STEAMPUNK - Click Image to Close
Education Transparency
Clock Hands Antique
 Light bulb transparency
Teen Advice transparency
Journal phrases transparency
Ideas Man
Barbwire border
Bandana Alphabet Letter A
Continuous stencil Chain
I love the transparencies from Scrap FX because you see always your background and it gives a very good contrast on your page.
In the lower right part I have incorporated a bag where you can put photos and other memorabilia into it.

beside this very cool saying I also used a letter from Bandana Alphabet

Do you know our amazing black cardboard pieces (here Ideas Man) ?!

they looks like silhouettes, very filigree and perfect for all your Art- or Junk Journals.

I added a clock hand to the Barbwire border (without wire) with a brad,

so you can use it as attachment for notepad, and you can always change your direction 😉


these architexture transparency is a component of Steampunk Kit too

some details

here you can see one from the laser cut pages, a system of pipelines

I added a little bit DecoArt Acrylic (Black and Quinacridone Gold) colour, two half gears (die cut) and a filmstripe. In the background you can see some clear stamps (crackles from Kaisercraft) and a stencil (Short Circuit from DecoArt)

Behind the punched out pipeline you can see the architexture transparency.


… and my second project – Magical Waterdrops –

A simple and easy inspiration layout suitable to springtime

with some delicate colours and effects.

Scrap FX products:

Free spirit butterfly

Wire and Ribbon frame

Mini flourishes

Mark Making D Random stencil

I also used a beautiful waterdrop clear stamp (Gabrielle Pollaco), a background stencil from DecoArt and some Glimmer Mist Colour Sprays from Tattered Angels

here you can find one from our latest stencils Mark Making D Random stencil

firstly I coloured the butterfly chipboard with a smart green acrylic paint, when it was dry I added some turquise embossing powder, a magical effect

Many thanks for visit!

Have a beautiful time!

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