|'time' in a bottle|
Tim's Weathered Clock die was cut out of brown cardstock; more Barn Door DS was smeared over the clock and hands then covered with Glossy Accents. Red gems accent the numbers on the clock as well as the center of the clock. Clearsnap's Gold Smoosh outlines the embossed numbers. Tiny pop dots elevate the clock.
Black Enamel Accents note the marks on the embossed clocks as well as the hands. A strip of plaid paper and a black zig-zag strip of paper were also covered with Barn Door DS.
Wendy's bottle was stamped on Clearly for Art in Jet Black Archival ink; the cap was colored using Red Pepper Paint Dabber. I heated the CFA around a cylinder to form the bottle shape and added a sliver of a circle of scrap clear packaging at the bottom to hold the Glossy Accents in the bottle. Tim's Typeset Alterations die was used to cut brown letters spelling 'time'. They were also smeared with Barn Door DS. With the bottle laying down I added a layer of Glossy Accents. Once it had set I added the 't'. Dry. Another layer of GA, let set, another letter, add another layer; dry. Etc. until done. The letters look like they're suspended in the bottle (in real life). Once dry (takes a long time, depending on how thick the GA layers are) add a bit more GA to the edges of the bottle and adhere it to the tag.
Hope you can find time to create art soon!