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Technique Remix 01 – 20.16


  

Technique Remix 01 – 20.16

Time: <2 Hour
Yield:  1 – #8 Tag
Wet Ingredients:
  • Ink – Alcohol Aqua, Butterscotch, Honeycomb; Archival Jet Black; Distress Black Soot, Embossing
  • Markers –Distress Black Soot
  • Other – Distress Crayon Picket Fence, Mixative Silver
  • Paint – Distress Black Soot
Dry Ingredients:
  • 3 – #8 Black Tags
  • 1 – #8 Kraft Tag
  • Embossing Powder – Frosted Crystals
  • Hardware – Mini Fasteners, Word Band (observation)
  • Other –  Chalk (white), Foil Tape, Soft Pastel (crimson)
  • Ribbon – Crinkle Ribbon, Jute String
Tools/Equipment:
  • Circle Punch 1/4 and 5/8
  • Marker Spritzer
  • Texture Fade – Playing Games
  • Stamps – Documented, Game of Life, Limitations (thinlit/stamp set)

Keep reading/looking/scrolling all the way to the end of this post for my first ever, return from CHA and giveaway for three lucky blog readers!

  

  

  

  

  


  

  

  

  

  


  

  


My return from CHA giveaway!

 Along with all the other materials and designer media, Ranger supplied an apron for each of their classes at CHA; Tim, very generously, signed three of these aprons for me to give away on my blog…How amazing is that?!  All you need to do to be entered into this giveaway is:
   1.   be following my blog and
   2.   leave a comment on this blog post*
Comment cutoff will be midnight February 3rd 2016 (MST). Three lucky winners will be randomly selected and announced the following morning.

*please be sure to sign in or leave your email address, so I have a way to contact you.


27 comments:

SusanK said...

Love your take on the January re-mix tag! I thought the Bingo pieces were real, not stamped! How do you like the Distress Crayons? They're on my wish list...like so many other things. Thank you for the opportunity to win an autographed apron! Lucky you at CHA!!! (susan-k@outlook.com in case it doesn't appear)

Tzong Rong Yang said...

Love the alcohol ink make a metal shining sheen. Good idea !

Deb~Paxton Valley Folk Art said...

Love your take on Tim's January remix tag and how you have echoed the numbers in your embossing and in the faux bingo numbers, wonderful! And what a generous giveaway, thanks so much for the opportunity to win an apron signed by the man himself! Deb xo

Nan G said...

Cool remix tag! I too thought the bingo discs were the real wooden ones. Very cool that they're paper! CHA looks like such fun and a class with Tim is to die for. Thanks for a chance to win a autographed apron.

Gillette Henry said...

Thanks for sharing. I love this tag. It will be so easy to adapt to your own collections. I have too many to list, but then again, I can make a lot of tags!!

Maresa said...

i just can't wait to get my hands on those Distress Crayons! thanks for the chance to win. :)

Deb Neerman said...

Love this great looking tag ... especially how you turned it upside down. Very cool and unique. Can't wait for the Distress Crayons ... they are on my must-have list. I am a long-time email subscriber; thanks for the chance to win!

Jeanette Wilde said...

The tag looks great - love all the textures. I have my distress crayons on reserve and can't wait to get them!

denice said...

love the remix

Sheila said...

As always love your tag! You always come up with some amazingly creative ideas. Would love to go to CHA! Can't wait to try out those distress crayons. Thank you for the opportunity to win this awesome apron signed by the master himself!

Kim Rosen said...

Great tutorial. Love it. How different are the crayons to distress paint?

Kim krosensr@gmail.com

Sara Barker said...

Great take on the January tag. I like the addition of the stamping on the background foiled pieces...it's that Crazy Chick detail that rocks my socks off! Thank you for the chance to win one of three signed aprons! I was just thinking how I need an apron! :):)

Sara Barker said...

PS that's capon at bell south dot net in case. Don't know about this google stuff.

Paradise Lost said...

I love your tag and what a fabulous giveaway!
{julia}

Team Clark said...

Looking good, love your combination! What a cool and unique giveaway. I'd love to win! TFS!!!

Aimeslee said...

Your tags are always so brilliant. And this is the first use of the crayons I've seen so far. Thank you for the opportunity to win an apron. xoxo, Aimeslee Winans email is aimeslee at gmail dot com

Cheryl C said...

So glad I found your blog thru Tim's post. Love your look and this project is full of new ideas, and you hit it way out of the box! Super of you to offer a chance to win an apron {I'm really messy! ha}, thanks!

Liz Russell said...

Your tags are always "knock your socks off awesome", and this one is no exception!I love the use of the alcohol Ink. The distress crayons are definitely on my wish list. Thanks so much for the chance to win. Gonna keep my fingers crossed!

Liz Russell said...

Your tags are always "knock your socks off awesome", and this one is no exception!I love the use of the alcohol Ink. The distress crayons are definitely on my wish list. Thanks so much for the chance to win. Gonna keep my fingers crossed!

HMax said...

I have been watching your blog for some years now and I'm always impressed! I really appreciate your style of 'tutorial' with pics of each step. I thought it was time to 'follow' you so I've signed up. :) Thanks for the regular cool stuff you post and now the chance to win something equally cool!

Kim Evans said...

If I count Woo Hoo! If not that's okay I will just steal yours while you're at work 😉 I'm super thrilled for you and can't wait to see more of your projects. (Big Hugs) I'm still so excited that Tim and you got to meet and that you were able to create for his booth.

Kim Evans said...

Funny the ?? Was a wink gone horribly wrong

Cathy Potosky said...

Love this tag!! Love the little circle numbers and that you used your ink to color your ribbon!!

Jess M said...

I'm still so jealous you got to go to CHA. Your creativity is just astounding. I love your tag this month.

Brenda Brown said...

A fabulous take on Tim's tag Vicki, the echo of the backround numbers on the butterfly is very clever. Love it.
happy Sunday.
hugs Brenda xxx

Elina Strömberg said...

Such a cool tag! As were your previous ones, too. There's so much inspiration in your blog!

Amy Lou said...

I love this tag! I like how you used the numbers to make "flat" number blocks. The butterfly is beautiful!

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