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Time:  >3 Hours
Yield:   1 -  # 10 Tag
Wet Ingredients:
  • Ink – Archival Black, Baroque Blue, Festive Berries, Frayed Burlap, Old Paper, Spiced Marmalade, Tumbled Glass, Walnut Stain, Wild Honey
  • Other - Glossy accents
Dry Ingredients:
  • #10 Tag
  • Cardstock – Manilla, Specialty Stamping Paper
  • Glassine Paper
  • Hardware – Bead Chain (and connector), Brads, Copper Numbers, Game Spinner, Hinge, Industrial Chic Charms, Jump Rings, Mini Brads, Mini Fasteners, Mini Gears, Swivel Clasps
  • Other – Embossing Medium, Fine Clear Embossing Powder, Foam Adhesive Squares, Masking Sheet, Metallic Gel Pens, Pencil Crayons
  • Stickers – Mini Turquoise Rhinestones
  • Edge Distresser
  • Heat Tool
  • Punches – 1/4 Circle, 5/8 Circle, Tag
  • Stamp Sets – Goldfish Royalty, Lightbulb, Steampunk, Trodol Typo 6060
  • Wire Cutters




Kayla said...

This is literally the coolest thing i have ever seen! the fish is incredible and the light bulbs are just plain amazing! i love how you colored the background to make it seem like the light bulbs were truley shining! Incredible! truley truley fantastic job!

phinner said...

Wow! I'm here from TH's blog!

Amazing attention to detail and fantastic construction!

Glad to have found you and your eye candy!

Shelly Hickox said...

This is SO cool!! So glad Tim posted a link to your blog - love all of your work!!

Kathi said...

This wins! It's my favorite!!!

I absolutely love everything about it.

I want to hug and kiss Tim for showing me the way to your blog!!!

You're brilliant!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Sarah Anderson said...

Oh this is just STuNNiNG! I'm not a great halloween fan but followed Tim's blogworthy links and am so glad, this is just fantastic :) Off for a further peruse of your blog :)

silvergran said...

Way cool! Love the 'lights on' look! Here from Tim's blog.... and I'll be back :).

Lisa H said...

Oh my goodness, this is so awesome I can't stand it! wow

Renee said...

I'm here by way of the TH blog and so glad I checked out your work. This is so fantastic. I am amazed at the level of detail, especially on the fish. So steampunk!

Beverly Sager said...

This is fascinating and so so cool. Would love to see in person :)

Cheryl C said...

I'm here via TH's blog and am blown away. I have to keep an eye on your blog from now on - you are seriously creative!!! I'm really speechless and my mind is reelin'.

Wee Von said...

TH blog sent me too! What inspiring work you do. Your tags are so detailed and beautiful. I love how you follow with a tutorial. Truly you are someone who enjoys your art! Thank you for sharing!

Oxana said...

Elect"fish"ity?!!!! You are a genius!! So far this is the most creative thing I ever seen!! All your creations are truly inspiring. Thank you and keep up the great work!

kksb said...

Your tag is awesome. Love it! The fish and detailing are wonderful. It not only looks great it also makes me laugh. Thanks for sharing.

Jennifer said...

Again, my mouth is hanging open. You are a genius!

Heather said...

How did you the 'blueprint' look in the background?