Thursday, December 4, 2014

Holiday Ornaments and Color Wheel Clock - RubberMoon & Imagine Crafts/Tsukineko Product Swap




IMAGINE Crafts and RubberMoon Art Stamps are excited to share with you the amazing projects that our design teams have created to kick off the Holiday Season! Over the next few days, we'll be sharing with you inspiration and techniques using IMAGINE Crafts' line of ink products featuring rubber stamps from RubberMoon. Be sure to visit the IMAGINE Crafts and RubberMoon blogs daily for more projects and ideas!

by Sharon Morrison

1st Project:
It has become a personal tradition for me to make ornaments each year. This year I am proud to be using the beautiful images of RubberMoon.


Supplies used:
RubberMoon Stamps: Sonya , Snowy Trees

ImagineCrafts/Tsukineko: Walnut Ink Crystals. Memento Markers: Pear Tart, Dandelion, Love Letter, Summer Sky, Bamboo Leaves, Angel Pink, Tangelo, Rich Cocoa. Delicata: Golden Glitz. Pico Embellisher: Wedding Dress.

Sizzix: Ornament Die

Mount Board, Glue, Scissors, small paint brush and tiny letter cubes from my stash


Step 1: Die-cut your ornaments


Step 2: Stamp the images onto the die-cuts



Step 3: Paint around the images using Walnut Ink and allow to dry. Color the images using Memento Markers


Step 4: Assemble with glue


2nd Project:

I wanted this project to be relevant in my workspace as all to often I get carried away with color and end up making mud! This clock will be a constant reminder of the color wheel. The colors that go together and those that don't!

The dial is the pure color and tint. A tint is pure color mixed with white. The numeral ring is done in grey, because grey mixed with a color creates a tone. The base is black, because black mixed with color creates a shade




Supplies Used:

Imagine Crafts/Tsukineko: Memento Luxe, Morocco, Olive Green, Pear tart, Dandelion, Danube Blue, Love Letter, Lilac Posies, Sweet Plum. Memento Marker, London Fog.

RubberMoon: Clock kit

Other supplies: Black and white acrylic paint, ruler, pencil, glue.




Step 1: Paint all parts white and allow to dry. Using a ruler and a pencil divide the dial into 8 sections (or more if you want to). Take a watercolor brush and paint the sections using the Memento Luxe inks and allow to dry.




Step 2: Color the dial with a Memento Marker in London Fog and paint the base black. When dry, assemble your clock.



Thank you for stopping by and I hope you enjoyed my projects.

6 comments:

  1. OMGosh! absolutely LOVE your ornaments and adore your 'color wheel' clock. Bravo and thank you so much for a fantastic share!!

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  2. I LOVE LOVE LOVE....did i say LOVE/

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  3. I want those ornaments! I love them... love them, love them, LOVE them. (must be a Barb thing!)

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  4. Ha haa! LOVE what Barb said ^^ Such a cool way to decorate your own holiday ornaments! Great job, Sharon!

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  5. Cool! Great projects.
    Carla from Utah

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  6. LOVE the awesome color wheel clock!! Definitely craft stealing it! TFS!

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