I'd like to enter this card into the Artful Times Time theme, Wow Embossing Powder Manly cards and the Craft Room Emboss it challenges.
I began with the winged clock stamp inked onto cream cardstock with Perfect Medium and then sprinkled with embossing enamel in aged gold.
I used a script stamp and vintage walnut distress inked onto the smooth side of the embossing folder and embossed a piece of cream cardstock.
I used the script stamp and vintage walnut again on a smaller piece of cardstock.
Using four colours of distress ink I inked the embossed and the stamped pieces. I scrunched up the stamped piece mid inking. I splattered both pieces with fine droplets of water.
The text is a free old typewriter script from the internet and I distressed that piece in the same way. To get the rough clear embossed finish on it I inked it well with Perfect Medium and then sprinkled on a few grains of salt before adding clear embossing powder and heating. after heating I brushed off the salt grains.
For the background I used a mix of 3 parts glycerine to 1 part water in a mini mister and lightly sprayed black cardstock, I find this mix helps the thicker 'frantage' embossing enamel to stick in a random finish and I was also able to heat it from above without it blowing about. Warning, do not get the paper wet with the glycerine mix or it goes too oily and the enamel will not stick.
I finished off with a chain, spinner and fastener.Ingredients
Cream or manila cardstock
Stampendous Winged Clock stamp
Stampendous Script stamp
Stampendous new 'frantage' embossing enamel - aged gold
Creative expressions 'time' embossing folder
Ranger distress ink - walnut stain, aged mahogany, mustard seed and brushed courdroy, vintage walnut
Ranger perfect medium
Wow embossing powder clear
Tim Holtz Ideaology spinner and hitch fastener.
Jump rings to make chain