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Aimfully Adrift




Aimfully Adrift

Time:  <1 Hours
Yield:  1 -  #8 Tag
Wet Ingredients:
  • Ink – Black Soot, Dusty Concord, Frayed Burlap, Walnut Stain
  • Paint – Acrylic; Black, Purple, White
  • Stain – Distress; Vintage Photo, Walnut Stain
Dry Ingredients:
  • Cardstock – Kraft, White
  • Hardware – Game Spinners, Jump Rings, Mini Brads, Philosophy Tags
  • Other – 1/16” Balsa Wood, Pattern Tissue Paper
  • Ribbon – Jute Rope
Tools/Equipment:
  • Dies – Mini Bat & skull, Tag & Boookplates
  • Other - Burnishing Bone, Hammer, Knife
  • Rubber Stamps – Warehouse District



















27 comments:

Cynthia said...

Wow. I've just had a little wander through your posts. (I came over from Tim's blog.) Your tags are AMAZING!! You are incredibly talented. And I can't believe it takes you less than an hour to create works of art like these--it would take me THREE WEEKS!! ;-) Thank you SO much for sharing step-by-steps too!

PS: I hope you're an instructor somewhere. I would totally take a class!!! =D

Susanne said...

Hello
This is amazing and totally cool....What a great job, I love it!!! Have a nice weekend!!! Hugs Susanne

phinner said...

And you just started blogging? Looking forward to more of your work!

Kathi said...

Oh my heck! This is fantastic.

I just love your style.

froebelsternchen Susi said...

oh wow what a great Tutorial Blog!


AWESOME!

Craft Addicts - Tracy Evans said...

Fabulous piece and great step by steps. Love your background on this piece. Inspiring. Tracy x

Christy - www.hokiecoyote.com said...

Oh my gosh. Your background is crazy good. I was thinking....now where did she get that card stock. LOL

silvergran said...

So Cool!! love this and thanks for the tut!

Lisa H said...

WOW! super cool and I love the background made from the thin wood.

Silvia said...

What a wonderfull tags I've seen on your blog. I now became your new follower.

gr. Silvia

B. said...

Anyway to follow you by e-mail? Please. Please. Please.

B.

Eniko said...

Less than an hour? Really? That's impressive...very cool stuff!

Saskia said...

Wow, love all your projects and the way you take the effort to explain them. Became a follower instantly, hope to see much more by you.

Sandra said...

You are a pure genius ! Thanks for sharing your technics with us :)

Glitter Fantasies said...

Ok I am lovin your technique and style!!!!! Found you from Tim..naturally.

Anonymous said...

thanks for sharing.

Winton Rose Paper Creations said...

Hello, i'm so glad I found your blog. Wonderful work. I love this tag...think I will give this one a try.

Melissa Cochran said...

Where do I begin? This is FABULOUS!

Theresa Krout said...

this is very nice. I love how you really made it look like wood! Great job with the inking.

Becca Cruger said...

Whoa. I am amazed by this technique. Really really cool effect!

evlin95 said...

Superbe effet bravo et merci pour le tuto .

Sherry said...

Love it! Awesome! Do you have any written instructions to go along with the pictures? Sorry I'm not good at figuring things out. Thanks!

Alter This said...

love this tutorial, thanks so much for sharing a great tag from your newest follower x

Anita Judson Harkavy said...

Great job! Thank you for sharing. I've worked a small amount with balsa and wood veneers and because they're so thin, they've cracked. How did you keep yours from splitting and cracking?

that crazy chick said...

The key is to use a Crease Pad (this is a Sizzix product) in place of the cutting pad that will contact the die blade. You can see another example of this on http://digthatcrazychick.blogspot.ca/2015/02/tic-tac-toe.html

Dale Sharp said...

Wonderful project and incredible photos! Thank You!

Jenna ♥ said...

COOL!!!!

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