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ideas realized

Time: >2 hours
Yield:  1 - #8 tag
Wet Ingredients:
  • Ink – Archival Jet Black; Distress Blueprint Sketch, Walnut Stain
  • Markers – Distress Abandoned Coral, Blueprint Sketch, Fossilized Amber, pumice Stone, Tumbled Glass, Walnut Stain
  • Other – Collage Glue Stick, Emboss It Dabber, Glossy Accents
  • Stain – Distress Blueprint Sketch
Dry Ingredients:
  • #8 Kraft Tag
  • Cardstock – Distress Watercolour Cardstock, Specialty Stamping Paper
  • Embossing Powder – Fine Detail Black, Enamelware
  • Hardware – Game Spinners, Mini Fasteners, Mini Gears, Remnant Rubs (Apothecary), Stencil Mark
  • Other – Adhesive Sheets
  • Ribbon – Crinkle Ribbon, Thread
Tools/Equipment:
  • Dies –  Handwritten Journey
  • Stamps – Apothecary, Correspondence, Curiosities, Industrial Blueprints, Industrial Blue Prints Mini
  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  


  

  
 

9 comments:

butterfly said...

Oh my word... you completely blew this one out of the water! I'm completely in love with the half and half black and white embossed image, the fabulous inky spatters, the amazing grungy shading, and your inspired handwritten word - now there's an idea we're all going to be borrowing!! Outstanding take on the July tag.
Alison xx

Penny Wessenauer (d0npen) said...

I want to say what Alison said! LOL!! Great job.. absolutely amazing!

Dara Lynn said...

Absolutely fantastic tutorial!!!!!!

Redanne said...

Oh wow, this is utterly gorgeous and a fabulous take on Tim's tag! Anne x

Paula Cheney said...

seriously, how do you even think of these things? half black/half white? really? just genius.

Sara Barker said...

Very cool "idea"! You have an amazing mind! Thank you for sharing this great take on Tim's July tag!

Deb~Paxton Valley Folk Art said...

Wonderful take on Tim's tag, love the variegated embossing on the light bulb and piecing together your own word from the die cuts, brilliant!

Ozawa said...

Just Wow!!

Karen Garrard said...

Oh I love your interpretation of Tim's tag! What a great idea using the light bulb. FABULOUS! Karen.x

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