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Altered Clock - Guest Designer Christine

Hi, my name is Christine and I am delighted to have been asked by Faith to be a guest designer for Faith Pocock Craft Studio Ltd.

A little about myself....

I live in Westport on the West Coast of the South Island in New Zealand. I am married to Mark, my best friend for 31 years and we have 3 wonderful children that are all grown up. We run our own Dairy Farm and have an amazing lifestyle. Fortunate for me, I am able to craft at home and do all the things I love. Mostly self taught, I have been crafting for many years. I am a certified teacher in ceramics and besides gardening some of my other love for crafts include Teddy Bear Making, Mosaics and Stained Glass just to name a few. Recently I discovered Mixed Media and well, this is what you will find me doing, most days and most nights.

Here's the process of my first project, my Mixed Media Altered Clock

I prepped all my MDF pieces by applying a coat of Black Gesso. I set them aside to dry. Whilst waiting, I covered some of the clock pieces with paper using Mod Podge. I chose some random papers from my stash then inked all the edges with Distress Ink in Walnut Stain.

Now the fun part! Arranging all the embellies. I used a mixture of gears, filigrees & a couple of bling pieces. Once I was satisfied with the placement of my embellishments I glued them into place using E6000.

Once the glue dried, I then coated all my pieces with some more black gesso.

I used Art Alchemy Acrylic paints for highlighting in the following colours... Royal Red, Fresh Orange and Steampunk Copper.

To finish off, I assembled the clock mechanism and clock hands. There you have it, a masterpiece ready to hang.

Hope you have all enjoyed my first project and thanks for joining me today. Please check out Faith's store for all the supplies I have used to create this clock.

MDF Laser Cut Clock Base.

Steampunk Metal Gears.

Mixture Of Filigrees.

Prima Art Alchemy Paints

Prima Art Basics Heavy Black Gesso.

E6000 Glue.

Cheers

Christine

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