MIX32-This week's challenge is to color an image (or a background), then take something away from it. I chose this polished stone technique because I like the feeling of looking through glass.
For this tag I covered 1 side of the clear recycled packaging material with alcohol inks. I then stamped a flourish in black archival ink on top of the polished stone. As soon as it was dry I buffed off all the black archival ink with a soft rag.
On a matching white tag I stamped the tree and bird images in black. Tape layers together and added punched leaf and pumpkin embellishments.
Mounted on black cardstock to add a small border. Added ribbons.
This technique is also fun on other clear objects like clear buttons, Tim Holtz's fragments or glass.
Date: Saturday, September 7, 2013 GMT Views: 558
Registered: October 26, 2009 Location: Oakhurst, Ca. Posts: 4786
Sat, Sep 07, 2013 @ 5:53 PM
ooo, far north, love this tag! it is so fun. love the way you did the background then stamped over with those fun halloween stamps!! spooky/pretty!
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