Explore By Rachelle Sigurdson

Hello, today I would like to share with you a LO I did combining a few of 49 and Market’s paper collections, Laser Cuts, Flowers, Stamps & Textures……

The 49 and Market used:





Other Elements used: Dusty Attic: Cog Cluster, Industrial Scroll, Skeleton Clock Faces, Mini Chicken, Mini Cogs, Wire, Mini Tags, [email protected]…..Metal, Prills-Third Place & Power Outage, Corrugated Paper, Black Ink Pad,Tattered Angels-Suede,Beatle Black, LuminArt-H20-Iridescent Gold, Black Gesso, Shimmerz Inklings-Chocolate & Diamonds,Pebbles Chalk, & a few metal pieces I had in my stash…….

Here are some close ups…….

For the background I used Captured Adventures-Faded Memories. I ripped the top & bottom & inked the edges…. I traced the skeleton clock on to the falling leaves sheet, cut it out and stamped it with  Gabi’s Grunge Stamp, then glued the skeleton clock onto the stamped piece. I then glued the middle piece from Faded Memories onto a piece of Card Stock, glued down the skeleton clock pieces & the top & bottom piece that I glued corrugated paper in between….Then I added the jute cording on to the top and bottom of the background…

I altered the the Botanical Blends & Potpourri flowers with dipping them into the Beetle Black TA, let them dry  then rubbed in some chalk in the gold tones. For the flower centers I used cogs, Prills & metal. I did the same with the Garden Blooms, but used the suede TA & rubbed in black chalk….

I wrapped frayed burlap around the photo, then glued it onto burlap. I also used frames from the Captured Adventures Laser Cut Sheet, the compass, clocks from the Dandelion Fields Bonus Sheet, a post card from the bonus sheet, a stamped post card using Gabi’s Postcard from Paris & Falling Leaves-BS, flowers, cogs, & metal pieces….

On the upper & lower photo shows more stamping. using Captured Adventures Stamp & framing it with a filmstrip from the Captured Adventures Laser Cut Sheet. I also did lots of layers with stamping or using laser cut pieces….

Here are a few more close ups…..

Thank you so much for taking the time to look…..Rachelle