Rustbucket is a mega STEAMPUNK experience available on January 12th. If you have never tried steampunk, I suggest you do. It is pure FUN!!! I am not by nature a quirky person, but with the influence of Hayley with her creative ideas and suggestions, I managed to create something I think is quirky and broadly usable. I hope this becomes a staple in your digi cabinet. Over 100 elements, 27 blendable scenes, 15 characters and 21 papers. All you need to create a fantasy of your own.
So here are a few pages to help you see what you can do with this kit, no matter what style you have.
Cheryl starts us off with this amazing fantasy. I love how she placed the boy firmly on the watch. So cool.
Hayley used so much imagination with this page, I love the whole fish theme...brilliant! She added her own artistic trout to the sea of metal fish!
Ina used some of the blendable scenes for this page, creating an old style garage station, futuristic style. Love the story it tells!
Jeannette also used some of the scenes, creating a totally different type of garage, filling it with the old truck, garbage cans and metal elements to give this a wonderfully, grungy look.
This lady is one of my favorite characters, and Pat gave her a fun role in her page. She created a steampunk world, colorful with grunge and blends. Fabulous!
Anne (Figberrie) used one of my favorite papers, giving this page a totally different look.
I love the balance of elements, using the torn paper as the perfect divide between the two worlds. Beautifully done!
Jana used the same background paper and look how different it looks! Equally beautiful, I love the depth Jana creates with her shadows!
I love this western theme Gina created with the cactus and old truck. Can you just FEEL that heat??
And could it be steampunk without a little fantasy? Hayley weaves this fabulous story of adventure, I want to travel in that world to see what is beyond!! Amazing page!
This motorcycle took ages to create, so thrilled to see Cheryl used it in this outstanding page
I love simplicity and love this page by Pat...it has balance and interest, great colors and a fun page!
I love how Jeannette used the metal flower in the kit as the foreground to the elephant in the window...so fun and beautiful!
And Natasha created two amazing pages of travel...great pages to show such fabulous images, the first was a trip to San Francisco!
and then an impressive trip to India!
I have many more to show you, so wander over to the shop and see more pages that will surely inspire you!! Thank you for looking!