Tuesday, November 27, 2012

I'm playing in a blog hop today over at Ink Stains. I love her blog and have her book. We are showing out tins and this is my tin. I burned the tin first, then used the steampunk style inside and covered the pieces with UTEE (Ultra Thick Embossing Powder). The top is done with the UTEE and watch parts and beads glued on top. The side has liquid pearls spread around it.

14 comments:

505whimsygirl said...

Hi Peggy,

Very cool tin!

Hugs,
Kay (#12)

Ink Stained Roni said...

Peggy ~ your tin is way cool! I love the steampunk feel of it. So awesome!!

Thank you so much for participating in the hop ~ I appreciate your sharing your time and talent!

DeeDee said...

you did an awesome job Peggy.. Hope all is well.. Happy Holidays

Bleubeard and Elizabeth said...

This is INCREDIBLE. I was impressed with your use of UTEE. Your use of the embellishments felt like a cross between Vintage/Victorian and Steampunk. Very well done!

Kriss said...

Very beautiful. It has such a rich look.

Kelli said...

LOVE this!!! The Vintage Steampunk is awesome!!!

PeggyR said...

I Love all the comments. Does anyone have an idea on how to keep UTEE clear! In my tin I'm happy with the look, but I don't want it to change on another project.

Jocelyn said...

Very clever twist using the round tin.

artbyvic said...

Beautiful!

Pam said...

Pretty!

Nan G said...

Wow! Cool tin!

Neil said...

Wow, such a lovely tin, love the steampunk elements and UTEE.

Barbara said...

Peggy, I love your steam punk designed tin! Going to check out your links now, love it, love it!

Caroline D. said...

Awesome tin!! Gotta love using UTEE on anything...LOL. I saw your answer post and utee always turns a little yellow...just the nature of it. If you want pure clear, then you need to use something like Ice Resin. Love the vintage look to your tin's lid! Beautiful! Sorry for the late visit for the hop, but I was away on vacation last week when the hop posted and I'm catching up now on visiting everyone!