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May 31, 2018

Textured Tag

Hi Crafty peeps,

Am here today with a  Mixedmedia Tag. Attempted for a textured base, which mimiced a galaxy look a bit, at the end of the make.


Straight away to the pics..







  • Took a standard sized chipboard tag
  • Applied Prima Finnabair Stone effect paste- Pumice randomly followed by Prima white crackle paste through Timholtz speckles stencil.
  • Air dry and applied Black gesso over the tag.
  • Used LSG magicals Tiffany's blue, Cotton candy pink and Creme Brulee cream one after another at intervals and misted with water to run down and blend.
  • Finally applied Finnabair vintage gold over the textured surface.
  • Then generously splashed with Finnabair Art Alchemy paints Sparks: Dragon'e eyes.
  • Centrally added a golden thread, to it added Finnabair mechanicals Wings and Tin heart which were black gessoed and waxed with Vintage gold and Rose gold respectively.
  • Golden microbeads were added to the thread around wings.
  • Timholtz chitchat sticker is foam mounted to finish off.
Hope you like it!

Supplies:

Prima/Finnabair Stoneeffect paste: Pumice
Prima/Finnabair White crackle paste
Prima/Finnabair Black Gesso
Prima/Finnabair waxes
Prima/Finnabair Mechanicals : Tinhearts
                     "                   Winged
Prima/Finnabair Art alchemy paint: Sparks: Dragon's eye
Gold microbeads
Gold thread
Timholtz Chitchat stickers
Burlap ribbon
                    
Mixedmedia Place : May 2018 challenge (Inspired by colors mainly and elements such as rusty metals, hazy puffy clouds, balloons)


3 comments:

  1. Beautiful. Love the heart and wings, thread underneath. I will have to try the stone effects, I love the way it looks on your tag. I am new to mixed media, but have made years of cards, 3 d designs. Ready to branch out. Thanks for sharing.

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  2. Yeahhh great job! Love the stone effets!

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  3. wow! tunning textures!!great!
    thanks for playing with us at MMP!

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