CCC # 30

Another fun week at Linda’s StudioL3 blog has us altering metal with paint. It’s always fun to see what technique from Tim’s book we’ll be doing next! I started doing these challenges on week 14 I think, so I missed out on the first 14 week’s! But, I am glad to have come across her blog to join in, and have met some fabulous artists there! So my take this week is an altered pop can. What? you say?! I saw this done in a Stampin Up! idea book awhile back and thought it was a neat idea. I cut the can apart and used the tattered florals die again! I think I’m going to wear this one out! After die cutting, I used an embossing folder to emboss all the pieces. I started painting until I was satisfied. I also sprayed a clear finish over all the pieces so the paint wouldn’t scratch off, that’s why it’s shiny! Once I assembled the flower, I didn’t know what to do with it! Since I made a headband yesterday, I decided to make a barrette. I covered the plain barrette with ribbon, then with wire attached the flower. The leaves are from May Arts. I really didn’t want to show the back of it since it’s not very attractive, but who will see it on my head anyway?! Just wanted to show that it is a pop can. Have lots to see at the blog now, so let’s get to altering that metal!

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15 thoughts on “CCC # 30

  1. Beautiful piece for this week's submission. I have read that you must be very careful when working with the metal soda cans. Even though they are soft and pliable, its not nice to have blood all over your work, huh? Was it really as difficult to work with as I have read?

  2. Stunning *and* ingenious, Pam! That altered pop can flower looks spectacular, and you turned it into an absolutely fabulous barrette! You should definitely wear it, and get a photo! It's so stylish and funky– you could sell these and make a gob of crafting cash!

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