Wednesday, June 25, 2014

Steampunk Octopus Jar


I used a rubber stamp from Inkadinkado to create this altered glass jar. I stamped the design onto a page torn from a damaged book that I had painted with gesso and yellow acrylic paint first. I used mod podge to attach the paper punched circle to the jar. Steampunk gears and cogs were added as embellishments.

I would like to enter this altered jar in the following challenges:

Crafting by Design - anything goes
A Step in the Dark - #4 anything goes
Left of Center - #34 loc+metal
Suzy Bee's - #34 anything goes
Glitter & Sparkle - #90 add some yellow
Simon Says Monday - product you should use more of (mod podge)
The Sailing Pineapple - #8 repurpose it
Oddball Art Stamps - alter it
Artistic Inspirations - anything goes

♥ Wendy

9 comments:

Dan said...

I love your altered jar and what a great idea to use a page from a damaged book as a base. Thanks for joining us for this week's Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge!

Sharon said...

Love what you have done with this jar Wendy - fabulous creation as always!!! Thanks again for joining us at The Sailing Pineapple!!!

Valerie-Jael said...

This is very nice! Valerie

Vic said...

Very original and unique... although i did fear that there were parts of octopus in there, at first! lol... Thanks for sharing with us over at Glitter n Sparkle - Vic, DT, x

Teresa said...

Another great project here - love that octopus stamp! Thanks for joining in at A Step In The Dark again - good luck x

maureenjscott said...

Love it Wendy! I love that wee jar! Thank you for sharing this at Left of Center this fortnight! Remember we are going weekly from the 4th of July and if you'd like to join us as a guest DT, let me know! Mo dt coordinator xxx

maureenjscott said...

Me again!! Just popping in from Crafting by Designs! Thanks for linking up your awesome bottle there too!! Mo xxx

Tracey Boley said...

Brilliant.

Love the image.

Thanks for joining us at Glitter n Sparkle this week.

Traceyx

Alison said...

Love this! I love when folks alter jars...and you did an awesome job! Thank you so much for playing along (again!) with A Step in the Dark!