Saturday, September 13, 2014

Alice in Wonderland Assemblage Clock Night Light using Oxford Impressions Stamps, Tim Holtz products, Handmade Embellishments

  Finally decided to take the Tim Holtz Idea-ology Assemblage Clock out of its package and make a fun Alice in Wonderland inspired night light.  I used Graphic 45 paper for the background of Cheshire Cat, Oxford Impressions rubber stamps "Classic Alice" for all the figures, embossed with Ranger black UTEE (colored with Spectrum Noir markers), handmade and purchased embellishments.  If you have a question about anything just leave a comment :D ... now down the Rabbit Hole (....of photos)!

There's some texture paste inside the clock too :D oh and the little Q<3 and the knight's cards are from the web as well, just made them different sizes and printed them out.

The Alice's Adventures in Wonderland mini book is simply a clipart from the web, made tiny and I glued some little rectangles of cardstock together, stuck in a wire with a loop, and coated it in Glossy Accents to make a charm.

I used dry wall tape and scraped some Ranger Texture Paste over it ... left on some of the tape and removed other pieces for a fun effect ... drizzled alcohol inks over it ... I love how the Ranger Texture Paste absorbs the colors even after its dry!  E6000 a little crown on the "bell" under the bow.

Little fuzzy, just wanted to show off the mushrooms!  The red ones are purchased and the one with the face I made from polymer clay.

I cut the head, arms and legs off the knight and glued them around a little card I printed out.
You can see where the candle "LIGHT" is poking through, even though you can't see it in the pictures, it's tucked behind the Queen of Heart's dress.

Was playing around with the texture paste on the back plate, but here you can see where I punched a hole in the back plate with a We R Memory Keepers Big Bite and glued a battery operated tea light on with E6000 glue.
Just a better mushroom view :D