I used a few cuts from Graphic 45's new Gilded Lily paper pack. Flowers from Wild Orchid, a Tim Holtz crown at the top plus assorted bling and trims from my stash.
|These are some the components before I started.|
Here is the clock all glued together with the background paper I printed from Pinterest glued in. I actually glued the background paper in between the back two pieces of the die cut so all my edges would be totally concealed. Next I painted all the bare parts with Gesso and when it was dry, I used a Tim Holtz distress marker to tint the entire clock pink. I added two pieces of background paper to the bells on top cut to fit and then started decorating the piece .
The inside and outside edges I covered with cut apart borders from the Gilded Lily Paper.
The image of Marie Antoinette is another find on Pinterest that I printed out and highlighted with Glossy Accents and also used some of Rangers Stickles in a couple of places.
And here is a close up of the top of the piece where I highlighted the raised areas of the crown with Stickles.
It is ready to hang on the wall or tuck into a shabby chic vignette.