Saturday, July 19, 2014

Steampunk chest of drawers

I made this chest using the Sizzix Candy drawer die by stacking 4 of the drawers together and then gluing chipboard around the sides. The drawers were decorated using the painted industrial technique with Tim Holtz diamond plate and Subway embossing folders and finished off with Tim Holtz Faucet knobs.The handle on top is from the Tim Holtz hardware findings die. I am entering this in to the Compendium of Curiosities challenge sponsored by Inspiration emporium http://www.inspirationemporium.com/


10 comments:

Alexandra♥ said...

This was a brilliant idea, Brandy!

Linda Ledbetter said...

This is SO COOL, Brandy! What a fantastic approach to this challenge, and a piece that's useful as well as ornamental. Bravo, girl! Thanks for being part of the CC3C!

Vic said...

This is so cool! Genius idea! Love the industrial drawers. I'm going to have to have this project. Ok, maybe I'll have to make one. I love this project! It makes me so happy! Way to go!

Candy C said...

Brandy..I LOVE THIS! Seriously! Your little drawer fronts are amazing! Great technique and use of Tim's industrial metal technique here. You've done a fantastic job! Thanks for joining us at CC3C. <3 Candy

Yvonne said...

Brandy...this is awesome! What a cool idea! Love this. Fabulous work!!! Thanks for sharing with us at CC3C!

Marjie Kemper said...

I am totally loving your project, Brandy. Super texture and wonderful shabby appeal... thanks so much for joining in on this CC3C challenge!

Annette Green said...

I love the title of your Blog. LOL! And even more, I love this industrial project. Fantastic!!

Dodie said...

Brandy, your creation is over-the-top creative. Love the handles!

Chary Deiling said...

so cute!! love this

Julia Aston said...

What a great box of drawers! So fun to store crafty things in! Perfect use of the technique!