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Wednesday, 30 September 2015

A little bit of steampunk

Well its ages since I've done anything Steampunk as it seems to have lost its popularity in the crafting world, when I saw that the challenge at Fantasy Stampers is Steampunk I thought I'd have another play.  I dug around and found a folder with papers and oddments in and I knew I had these Hampton Art stamps that a friend gave me and I hadn't used. The large butterfly is a Tim Holtz die and emboss and the wooden clock is something else I had given. This is a 6x6 piece and will go into my steampunk book I made a couple of years ago.


  1. It's a fabulous card Joan, love the sentiment and the postcard collage. Glad you got to put some ink on those stamps!
    Avril xx

  2. Another super make Joan, have to admit steampunk always scares me a little.

    B x

  3. A great card again Joan. I have to agree with Brenda in the fact that Steampunk scares me too. :)

  4. Das sieht klasse aus, Joan.
    Du hast alles wundervoll passend dekoriert.
    Eine schöne Karte.

    Liebe Grüße xx

  5. Lovely card Joan, yes Steampunk seems to have gone out of fashion -perhaps we should revive it as I used to be a great fan of it.
    See you at Harrogate but not PS as I will be working Fri and Sat.
    Hugs, Neet xx

  6. Hi this is a stunning Steampunk card. Thank you for joining us at Fantasy Stampers Challenge 46 “Steampunk” Hugs Jackie (DT)

  7. Love the steampunk look and the wonderful butterfly.
    Alison x

  8. What a fantastic collection of elements to make your Steampunk design, Joan - love the wording too! Thanx for playing along with us at Fantasy Stampers.
    Hugz, Jan (DT) xx

  9. Great card, Joan - love the way you've put it all together.

    Thanks for joining us at the Fantasy Stampers Challenge Blog.

    Helen x


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