Wednesday, October 22, 2014

Gift for Karen "Zucchini Kitty"

Here's a clock and card I made for my good friend Karen, better known as "Zucchini Kitty" on YouTube. She and I share a wonderful friendship and gifts for each other.
For ideas to add character to this clock, I found inspiration over at the blog "Our Creative Corner" the OCC.... . This months challenge is to "Go Rustic" which happens to be one of my favorite looks in art and nature. I used a rusting powder I bought from The Dusty Attic. You apply an adhesive for the powder to stick to and then spray it down with white vinegar, which I did around the clock face and rim. After a bit of time your item will rust.
 Adding fun rusty embellishments next.... stars, birdhouse, fence, flowers and watering can.

I then made a card to go with the gift also in a rusty fashion using distress inks and sprays. 

Thank you so much for stopping by my blog. 
Here's a link to Karen's Youtube channel
Here's my Youtube channel as well

Thanks from Laurie Moore


die amelie said...

Wow, Laurie!

Karen will love it - that's for sure! The rusting looks awesome and the assemblage is just beautiful!

Thank you so much for sharing this wonderful piece of rust-ic art with us at Our Creative Corner!

LOVE your pumpkin centrepiece too! Such an enchanting make! Adorable!

Claudia xx

Moore Art From The Heart said...

Thank you Claudia. This Rustic challenge was great fun and thank you for the nice comment on my centerpiece as well. Hugs, Laurie

Cathy Parlitsis said...

Wow, Laurie! This is just fabulous! I love both of them! Such yummy rust techniques! Thanks for stopping by and leaving me some luv. :)

Moore Art From The Heart said...

You're welcome Cathy.Your work is beautiful!Thank you for peeking in on me! Hugs and Happy Crafting, Laurie

Athanasia said...

Wow wow wow!!! Your work is amazing my friend, I'm so glad that I found your blog too!

Helen Hapsi said...

You make such beautiful crafts!!! Nice blog Laurie!

Moore Art From The Heart said...

Thank you Athanasia for finding me too! It fun to sharing new ideas. Hugs Laurie

Moore Art From The Heart said...

Thank you Helen Hapsi for stopping by my blog. I admire your work as well. It's fun to see what everyone is sharing and getting to know them. Hugs, Laurie