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No. 3



No. 3

Yield:  1 – #8 Tag
Wet Ingredients:
  • Ink –Alcohol Caramel; Archival Jet Black; Distress Ground Espresso
  • Other – Glossy Accents, Matte Multi Medium
  • Marker – Copic Black (100)
  • Stain – Distress Aged Mahogany, Ground Espresso
Dry Ingredients:
  • Cardstock – Birch Veneer
  • Chip Board
  • Hardware - Adornments Oddities, Apothecary Vials, Brass Chain, Corked Vials, Floral Wire, Label Pulls, Long Fasteners, Ring Fasteners, Tiny Vials, Vial Labels
  • Other – Shrink Plastic
Tools/Equipment:
  • Die – Bookplate and Tag, Ghosts
  • Dymo Labeller
  • Stamps – Diamonds


 the vials are all glued shut with enough 
glossy accents to run down the sides and pool 
on the craft mat. once set/dry they peeled off 
easily and were coloured with a copic marker.
both sides of the shrink plastic were sanded
 prior to die cutting and shrinking. I had to be
 quick shaping the plastic prior to setting 
(yes, I burned my fingers - I burn them often)

9 comments:

Nicole Wright said...

This one is my favorite! So much creepy goodness! Love the shrunken ghosts. Funny...I was just looking at my shrink plastic stuff yesterday! Hope your fingers are cooling!

Anita Houston said...

HOLY COW!!! This is over the top awesome!!!

Redanne said...

Oh wow, this is fabulous! I love everything about it but the ghosts are just incredible - so sorry you burnt your fingers but they do look fantastic.... Anne x

Kim Evans said...

OMG. I love the ghosts. This turned out so good and I love how you did the shelves. Please do classes.

Paradise Lost said...

OH. EM. GEE. This is so freakin' cool! I love how the glossy accents drip down the side of the vials. Those ghosts are amazing! Well, worth burnt fingers.
~~Julia~~

Heather Ulmer said...

Oh my goodness, how detailed and beautiful!! This is so amazing!
Heather

Scrap Recup said...

A mini printer tray in a tag ! Waaoooow ! LOVE !

Anne (cornucopia) said...

A bookshelf tag! How clever!!

DYMOSupport said...

Hello!

Thank you for sharing this lovely card, it really looks absolutely fantastic and not quite anything I have seen before.

I love the use of Dymo and would like to thank you for it, it is always a blast to see the different creative uses!

We look forward to future creations.

With best regards,
Jesper K
DYMOSupport

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