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Congratulationssssss It is day 31!
Gargoyles were part of the Gothic Revival around Victorian England, where Steampunk belongs, and since I've been on a Circus theme, a Gargoyle jumping through a cog hoop to spook you, feels perfectly natural...
Smeared Ink for the gargoyle stamps, the gargoyle-cornered frame stamp, and the skulls&lace background stamp
http://buttersidedownstamps.com/ for the Steampunkin stamp
https://www.lindystampgang.com/ for starbursts colouring all the stamps
Golden Paints have textured pastes and paints for the surrounds. Paint colours van dyk brown and Iridescent stainless steel colours are great for blending random-coloured chippies and embellies into a steampunk them
CT Nan back again with my "Morte" Light.
I was given the "Morte" rubber set by a lovely and it is so awesome! It is from Smeared Ink and designed by Rick St. Dennis. I stamped each side with an image from the set on white cardstock and then painted it with a red fluid acrylic wash.
I inked the inside edges with Distress Ink and when it is clicked into the light base from the Frebreeze kit I bought ages ago it glows an awesome orange with a flame look on the inside.