Winds of Change

Found this old Barometer in a fleamarket and thought it was so cool. It had stuck on “Ostadigt” and “Blåst” which pretty much means “Unsteady” and “Windy”. So the title “Winds of change” came to mind.

I got tons of gears and a beautiful wing from Boozy bear at Etzy. These fitted perfectly with my idea.

For this canvas I have also used tons of lace, cogs, flowers and ornaments. Once everthing was glued down I colored it with varios mists. This time using both Tattered Angels Glimmer Mists and also Lindy’s Stamp Gang.

I entered this canvas to the SanDee & Amelie’s Steampunk Challenges.

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and that’s it for today, thanks for stopping by! See you soon!

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13 Comments on “Winds of Change

  1. Your winds of change is really a wonderful piece of art! I like flea markets very much and always look for idial treasures. Your find is superbly tramsformed – every detail is fantastically arranged.

    Hugs Senna

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  2. j’ adore tous ces petits détails que tu as sue mettre pour cette superbe réalisation merci de ta participation à bientot Nate

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  3. This is such a brilliant steampunk make! And you really know how to use the cool boozybear pieces – your box looks absolutely stunning! Thank you for sharing it with us at SASPC. (if you could, please, add a link to our challenge blog to the post we could also include you with our Top votes and prize draws 😉

    Claudia x

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    • Hi Claudia, thank you so, so much! This is not a box actually it is a canvas. Of course I missed linking this to SASPC, will do straight away!

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  4. Barometer is a great idea for embellish. You made mesmerising work, full of interesting elements to watch. Thank you for sharing it at SanDee&amelie’s Steampunk Challenge!

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