The Tick Tock stamp set
is another set of stamps I've been wanting to do for a while now...clocks are so versatile and can be used for lots of different projects! The three round clocks in this set are sized to fit circle punches so it's easy to use them and later them like this card here:
From Rachel: I've used a combination of Archival Olive and Sepia inkpads for all of the stamping on this card. Each clock was stamped and punched out, except for the fob watch which I cut out by hand. Then sponged some ink around the edges and layered them as shown. I used a size 4 buff tag for the quote and just tore off the bottom. The number stamp was used at the bottom of the card.
Here's a fantastic project from Michelle
VersaMagic Cloud White Ink
From Michelle: I was inspired by a recent trip to Bunnings when I noticed that Taubmans had released some two-up paint chips making them very versatile for a variety of projects.
To make this Mini Book I used an A4 sheet of black card and followed these instructions
I decorated the booklet backgrounds with white ink, Background Stamps and also the Tick Tock stamps. For some pages I just dabbed the ink pad directly onto the background to create blocks of white colour.
I stamped and heat set the paintchips with the Tick Tock collection to create collage backgrounds. I randomly stamped the edge of an inked acrylic block on the edges of the paintchips.
I then decorated the paintchips using a variety of the London paper products and once finished stuck them into the booklet.
Then I finished the cover with some embellishments and twine to keep the booklet closed.