Over at the Funkie Junkie Boutique Blog, they are having a challenge requiring something odd. I thought what could I make for this? And I remembered that my son used to watch a show called The Odd Squad and they solved math problems in order to fix all sorts of odd happenings. I also got out a stamp set that I bought a few years ago and hadn't used-because it was a little different than the rest of my stamps.
Here is my card:
I made these cool circles with a stencil (probably Ranger but I don't know which artist) and blue velvet opal magic wax which is just awesome. (this isn't the odd thing, keep going)
Here's my sorta odd stamp. Now that I have created this card-I am excite to use this stamp again. Her arm and legs are separate stamps and I think when you have more sets you can interchange them. This is a Clearly Constructed Art Stamp by Catherine Moore. One of the main reasons I hadn't used her is the space in her skirt. Like what do I do with that? LOL. I colored her with Prismacolor markers.
So I make these gears and upcoming clock out of paper clay and molds (from Mod Podge). I had pieces of a gear that broke, and it was perfect! I painted these with Prima Opal Magic pink blue paint. And glued them in the space. Then I put another wax on the clock but I don't remember which one. This is under the clock.
So I moved her arm and her feet so you could see them in a different place because of the brads.
What else is odd besides my teacup wearing character friend here? The number circles are missing the number 4. And there is a moon face on the left side of the card. Why? So odd. And maybe she is a robot with all of those gears! Also, odd.
I had a great time creating this card. Maybe I should think more odd. :)
Here are the challenges I would like to submit this too:
Thank you for stopping by! :) Until next time my friends...stay odd :)