The resist was done with a foam stamp I made from a foam door hanger. It was not large enough for the entire Weathered Clock die, but it was still effective. I probably would have taken the stamped image off the page anyway. I used a regular matte medium to stamp the clock and let it dry. The background was then colored with several colors of Distress Inks. I sprayed and splattered with water. I also added a few pinches of copper Perfect Pearls. I like the way it looks when you sprinkle by hand. More water fixed the Perfect Pearls in place. I edged the page in Tissue Tape and added a few bits of map scraps I had on my table from another project I am working on. The clock images came from a few lovely sheets of paper. One of them was by Bo Bunny and the others came from a large piece of paper I purchased at a specialty paper and book binding store called Hollanders. There is a plastic clock by Maya Road and a timepiece and game spinner from Tim.
I knew I wanted to make a special embellishment for this page. The charm started with a small capsule I filled with tiny watch parts. I started adding gears, a word stick, a key and a few washers with jump rings. A hole was created and set with a grommet to tie my charm to the page with a bit of vintage ribbon.
I started this piece with a left over piece of chipboard from a swap I am currently working on. I decided that while doing this series of technique challenges I will either do a tag or a chunky book page and then bind them when I am complete.