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No. 6



No. 6

Yield:  1 – #8 Tag
Wet Ingredients:
  • Ink – Alcohol Slate;  Archival Potting Soil; Distress Pumice Stone, Walnut Stain
  • Markers – Distress Barn Door, Black Soot
  • Paint – Distress Picket Fence
Dry Ingredients:
  • #8 Manila Tag
  • Cardstock - Kraftcore #19
  • Chip Board
  • Ephemera - Frightful
  • Hardware – elastic Bands, File Tabs, Mini Paper Clips
  • Other – Clearly for Art – Whiteout, Designer Tape Regions Beyond, Tissue Tape Elements
  • Ribbon – Black Cord
Tools/Equipment:
  • Die – File Tabs, Skull
  • Embossing – Poison Labels
  • Stamps – Correspondence, Documented, He Ruled it Art


the file tabs die and correspondence stamps 
are well used, I will find (invent) every 
opportunity to use them on projects. 
most of the mandible from the skull die 
has been removed and a few teeth cut from 
Wendy's Clearly for Art-Whiteout were added
 (dingy-ed up with some alcohol inks).

5 comments:

Deb~Paxton Valley Folk Art said...

So inventive to use part of the skull die and love the slightly ajar dentition! What secrets lie hidden behind those file tabs?! Another amazing tag, can't wait for tomorrows!

Nicole Wright said...

I wasn't really a fan of the skull die but now that you have removed the jaw I like it even more! AWESOME!

Juliz Design Post said...

Wow those teeth are so realistic. Great tag.
Julie x

Kim Evans said...

Freak that's awesome!

Anne (cornucopia) said...

Another great design!!

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