I did this page a while ago and didn't have time to post it. It is my fist try at Steampunk. I'm happy with it. It could probably use some more grunging up or something but it is as steampunk as I could get.
This is a tag that I did using a method I saw on the internet. First I used some scrapbook paper and covered a tag that I had. I blended Vintage Photo around the edges and smudged it over the tag. I used a stamp and black archival ink around the edge. Then I went around the edge of the tag with a gold leaving pen.
I used Ferro "Metal Effects" Modeling Paste through a key stencil. Then I went over it using Viva Modeling Creme (Mother of Pearl). I let that dry, which surprisingly didn't take long at all. Then I used Silks acrylic glaze (Nutmeg) with my finger and I lightly tapped this on the areas of the Modeling Creme. I love the way the key looks. Nice and old and gungy.
I added some scrap lace to the bottom and some ribbon that was originally off white but I colored it with Distress spray Vintage Photo.
This cute little girl I found HERE (the page is photo intensive and takes a little while to load) As soon as I saw her I thought of the child's poem "Mary had a little lamb and wanted to do a page based on that. I did a search for school houses and I found this (HERE):
I copy and pasted this picture into Microsoft Word and sized it to fit the page that I was using. I cut out the desks and half of the chalk board. I covered my background with scrapbook paper and added some stamping. I embossed a clock stamp using a mixture of black and copper embossing powder. I love how it turned out. I don't think the picture does it justice. Then I inked the edges with Vintage Photo ink. I colored the little girl using Distress markers and a water brush and glued everything in place. I only glued the sides and the bottom of the desks, leaving the top open so that I would be able to insert a tag. I wrote Mary had a little lamb, added some ribbon to the top and glued some paper flowers to the top of the tag and placed it inside the desks. So cute, if I do say so myself.