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No. 11





No. 11

Yield:  1 – #8 Tag
Wet Ingredients:
  • Ink –Alcohol Espresso, Latte, Oregano, Pesto; Distress Ground Espresso, Hickory Smoke
  • Markers –Distress Aged Mahogany, Black Soot, Walnut Stain
  • Other – Crackle Accents, Mixatives – Pearl & Snow Cap, Texture Paste, Vintaj Patina Aged Bronze
  • Paint – Distress Fossilized Amber, Hickory Smoke, Milled Lavender
  • Stain – Distress Bundled Sage, Ground Espresso, Fossilized Amber, Hickory Smoke, Milled Lavender
Dry Ingredients:
  • 1 – #8 Manila Tag
  • Cardstock – Cherry Wood Veneer, Manila
  • Hardware – Alphaparts – Wicked, Industrious Stickers – Frames, Jump Ring, Mini Numerals, Shield Charm, Trophy Antlers
  • Other – Textured Surfaces (Corrugated)
  • Ribbon – Crinkle Ribbon
Tools/Equipment:
  • Punch - Shield
  • Stencil - Gothic


the trophy antlers were base-coated with
 Vintaj Patina in aged bronze and finished with 
Tim's Faux Patina technique from Creative Chemistry 102
after sanding the surface I applied a mix of 
Ranger's Crackle Accents with Pearl Mixative 
(I'll be using this combination again)



5 comments:

Deb~Paxton Valley Folk Art said...

Wow, the patina on the trophy antlers is amazing! Another great tag, fabulous textures with the corrugated card, crackle and stenciling. Deb xo

Anne (cornucopia) said...

Wow! This looks fantastic!!

Anita Houston said...

So cool how you got the deer positioned this way! LOVE the use of the Pearl Mixative...a favorite of mine. Looks awesome on the word!

Nicole Wright said...

The deer looks awesome on an angle! Ohhhh this only gets better!

Kim Evans said...

Thank goodness you posted this. I really wanted to know what you were doing with those angle cut deer heads. This was BRILLIANT and way less disturbing and more logic than what I thought you were going to do.

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