Sin City Stamps has several new products now! In addition to their awesome stamps, they now carry stencils, masks, chipboard and die cuts!
And I got to work with this gorgeous Wood Clock Book!!
I only decorated the cover. It includes a blank circle of wood for the back!!
- Sin City Stamps Wood Clock Book
- Stewart Superior Ink Pads - White and Artprint Brown
- Inka Gold Metallic Rub
- Niji Waterbrushes - Flat and Fine
- Sizzix Pine Cone Die
- Melissa Frances Button
Gather your supplies. To begin, use the Inka Gold Rub on the wood surface.
I rubbed the gold into the etched numerals and the clock hands. Then, I applied several coats of white ink and let it dry.
The ink is water soluble and the rub is waxy so it resists the ink. Using a waterbrush, or a wet wipe, start removing the ink from the numerals and the hands of the clock. I also removed some of the ink from parts of the clock to give it that aged look I wanted.
How cool is that? I love how the wood and the gold is revealed after the white ink is "washed" away!
Rubbing a bit of the brown ink over the clock will bring out more of the detail.
Embellish the front as you wish! I added a pretty button, pine cones and leaves.
I hope you enjoyed this tutorial! Please visit Sin City Stamps and see all the new items!!