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Topic: My Addiciton to the Doctor  (Read 1219 times)
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« on: October 08, 2011 08:00:27 PM »

I had to redo the clock in my crafting room first. Nicole the knitter sent me a Doctor Who image: http://celebs.icanhascheezburger.com/2011/09/29/funny-celebrity-pictures-doctors-in-time/, that as soon as I saw it, I thought that would rock as a clock design with a little tweaking. Then I thought, hey, I know how Cafe Press works, I can create my own Doctor Who clock...because who other than a time lord should have a clock?

Then I heard my crafting room clock ticking above me and the light bulb went on above my head!!!! I'll make my own Doctor Who clock with that clock!!!! Hell, I blame Nicole for my Who addiction anyway.

Before: a simple clock with grapes on it.

The design I came up with in Photoshop first and then printed out. I can always add in a new image for #12 someday later on, if I feel like it. The background was some random wallpaper from a outer space site. I rotated it a little bit, adjusted the colors to more blues and greens, and gave it a little bit of a motion blur.

After: I repainted the out metal ring of the clock and clear coated it. Then I printed out the design I came up with and Mod Podged it onto the back piece (I removed the entire grape background). Then I used more Mod Podge to hold all those beads in place. The randomness of the colors and sizes made me think of Saturn's rings. The image is about 9.25" across.

My zombie gnome was a 2013 Featured Project, and my KISS gnomes were an August 2014 Featured Project. Thanks for voting for them.

Check out my posts on Geek Crafts or at amylynn98.blogspot.com/
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« Reply #1 on: October 08, 2011 08:05:55 PM »


« Reply #2 on: October 09, 2011 12:21:31 PM »

Brilliant! Just brilliant. My daughter is going to squee when I show her. I started her love and she let it blossom, so proud of her.

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