Steampunk Savannah - The Journey Girl

Spent the day with some art friends creating.  Meet Steampunk Savannah -The Journey Girl.


Here she is all decked out in a leather corset I made.  Did you know you can easily cut leather with Tim Holtz Non-Stick Micro Serrated ScissorsI'm sure you already know these are my all-time favorite scissors :)
I found this doll-size top hat at my local party store and embellished it further with watch parts for the steampunk theme . . .
I made a little rusty wire bracelet and hung one of Tim's metal Journey tags from it so she will remember that every day is a journey . . .
 The additional pieces in Savannah's hair are made from cheesecloth that I dyed using a faux rusted technique and Adirondack Color Wash-Sunset Orange

Here's hoping all my blogger friends have a wonderfully creative weekend!  Love you - xo

10 comments:

Linda Cain said...

WAAAYYY to much fun Sherry!

~Linda

Createology said...

I adore Steampunk Savannah. She is quite the journey girl. Looks like she fears nothing! Happy travels...

Bri said...

So lovely!

Helen said...

Steampunk Savannah is fabulous! I adore her top hat. Hope you are ok, take care and have a good weekend.

Cynthia said...

WOW! She's gorgeous!! Thanks for sharing her with us! Have a great weekend!!!

Lynn said...

Glad to see you back and healthy! You got to see Tim Holtz IN PERSON!!! I am a jealous wreck!!
Love Savanah! She's very steampunky!

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Marjie Kemper said...

She's awesome! Love the hat.

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christine mae Engcoy said...

Fabulous and amazing! It's so lovely.
Congratulations to a job well done.
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