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Technique Remix 05 – 20.16


Technique Remix 05 – 20.16

Time: <2 Hour
Yield:  1 – #8 Tag
Wet Ingredients:
  • Ink – Archival Black Soot, Distress Brushed Corduroy, Old Paper, Tumbled Glass, Walnut Stain; StazOn
  • Markers –Copic Black (100)
  • Other – Distress Crayons Antique Linen, Walnut Stain (the last of…), Matte Multi Medium, Texture Paste
  • Paint – Distress Brushed Corduroy, Tumbled Glass
  • Spray Stain – Distress Brushed Corduroy, Old, Paper, Tumbled Glass
Dry Ingredients:
  • 1 – #8 Manila Tag
  • Card Stock – Kraftcore Metallic (Silver)
  • Hardware – Gadget Gears, Game Spinners, Hex Fasteners, Mini Fasteners, Mini Gears, Word Band
  • Other – Tissue Tape (Traveller)
  • Ribbon – Crinkle Ribbon, Cotton Twine, Thread (Black)
Tools/Equipment:
  • Die – Tiny Tattered Florals
  • Marker Spritzer
  • Masking Sheet
  • Stamps - Dapper
  • Stencils – Numeric, Mini Numeric 
  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

this is me, digging every-last-bit of crayon 
out of the tube to finish the tag

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

 

stronger than yesterday


stronger than yesterday

Time: 3< Hours
Yield:  1 – Framed Panel
Wet Ingredients:
  • Ink – Distress Aged Mahogany, Brushed Corduroy, Vintage Photo, Walnut Stain
  • Marker – Distress Aged Mahogany
  • Other – Collage Medium Matte, Micro Glaze
  • Paint – Distress Chipped Sapphire
  • Spray Stain – Distress Walnut Stain
Dry Ingredients:
  • 1 – Framed Panel
  • Card Stock –  Dapper Paperstash
  • Embossing Powder – Clear
  • Hardware – Safety Pins, Snap Cap
  • Other – Chipboard, Designer Tape – Correspondence, GrungeBoard, Ink Sheets, Small Talk - stickers, Remnant Rubs – Gilded Accents, Substrate Sheets, Textile Surfaces, Tissue Wrap – plain, Thread Black & White, Wood Veneer - Cherry
  • Ribbon – Crinkle Ribbon
Tools/Equipment:
  • Dies – Armor Shield, Mini Bottle Cap, Stencil Numbers
  • Stencil – Mini Cargo

 I am thrilled to be back as a guest at A Vintage Journey and [sew] fortunate to be a part of their 'sew special' challenge.  Always eager to bend rules (semantics on my side); I've used paper fabric - and paper, and fabric - I hope you enjoy my journey.


  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  


You can work the paper fabric by hand to create the worn leathery surface; or you can run it through the washer & dryer (i did a load of towels) and it comes out worn and soft.  The more times you wash this product, the more suede like it becomes. *there is a small amount of material shrinkage that occurs using this method.