This one from Misteejay:
And this one from Gabrielle Pollacco, which I found via a video link on you tube:
the video is well worth watching, not too bad at a shade over 24 minutes, though I did mute the music after a while :-)
So I started with a piece of greyboard cut to fit a 5 x 7 frame, applied gesso all over it, left to dry. Then I added texture paste through stencils and adhered various die-cuts and some letter stickers, and gesso'ed all over again. At which point it looked like this:
Now for colour..... I used spray mists and alcohol inks and water from a mister to make the colours run nicely. The piece was dried with a heat gun between each colour. Then I applied Treasure Gold in Classic Gold over the raised die-cuts and some TG in Aquamarine in a few areas.
The frame was a plain wooden one, I painted it with Paperartsy fresco paint in chocolate pudding, then added some copper spray mist over the top, but this made it compete with the artwork too much, so I knocked it down a bit with some Paperartsy matte glaze. The final touch was to add some metal corners, from 7 Gypsies I think, coloured with alcohol ink. I also added a few crystals to the gears in the piece.
And there it was done! I am rather pleased with it and will definitely do some others. After all, I have a whole tub of gesso to use up ...... :-)