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Steampunk Tuesday with Ian – Flickering Mood Light

In today’s Steampunk Tuesday, Ian is showing us how to create the flickering mood light he previewed in one of our weekly vlog posts a few months ago! Now you get to see how it was created from start to finish! Click below to watch!

If you’d like to purchase either the flickering mood LEDs, faux dials/gauges or one of the completed machines, please visit Ian’s website by clicking the link below.

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“Tempus Fugit” – Steampunk Tuesday Surprise Project with Ian

The original project that Ian was going to do on Tuesday had to be delayed due to the late arrival of printer ink and the late delivery of a brand new laser printer!

Instead of the planned project, Ian decided he was going to create a surprise Steampunk assemblage piece from scratch using bits and bobs of “Objets Trouvé” from his workshop. Click below to see what he’s created/invented! It’s a fairly long video at approx 1hr 30mins, so grab a beverage and get comfortable!

Click to watch on YouTube!
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March Collabness Q&A with Sam from KissMyCreative

In this video, Sam from KissMyCreative pops in for a Q&A and to give me 5 prompts for a mixed media challenge. Listen in on our conversation and see what I create using the 5 prompts she gives me (no spoilers!). Don’t forget that I do the same for her and you can see what she does and what I ask her, over on her YT Channel.

Click to listen to our conversation and watch what I create!

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Mini Mixed Media Assemblage Frame – Friends

I haven’t created any kind of 3D mixed media project for quite a while and I just fancied getting my hands dirty with a small mixed media assemblage shadowbox frame. The frame box is approx 4.5″ x 4.5″ (12cm x 12cm). I bought this and two other frames quite cheaply at my local craft store last year and they’ve been gathering dust – so time to use them up!

To watch how I created the assemblage frame from start to finish you can click the YouTube link below.

I hope you enjoyed watching how the box frame was created in real time. If you did please remember to give the video a thumbs up, share with your friends and if you haven’t subscribed to my YouTube channel yet, you can do so by clicking the button at the end of the video.