søndag den 22. juni 2014

Tim Holtz 12 Tags of 2014 - june

Tims June's manila tag is very beautiful, and it's always a challenge 
to be on his blog. 
There is always very nice and different examples from around the world.

Tim's method of putting ink on the stencil is exciting, but I was not really happy with my very different colors, so I chose the more toned down. I chose the lace / doily and dot fade stencil's. 
I love the stencils Tim has made.

Tag & Bookplates die - Layering stencil Doily - Dot Fade -
Stamp Papillon - Random Quotes -
Distress ink Broken China - Squeezed Lemonade - Peacock Feathers - 
Walnut Stain
Distress Marker - Mini Gears - Game Spinners - Mini Fasteners
Ranger's Patina Rust
Silk ribbon - watercolor paper - Cardstock - Waterbrush

Thanks for visiting my blog. 
Hugs Susan

Bug in a Box

Hello everyone it's been so long since I've been on my blog - 

I have now done several different things and the first thing I want to show you is a male birthday card for my daughter's boyfriend who loves insects.

 A long time ago I was at Claudia's blog, Von Pappe II, and there is a really good tutorial of a beautiful insect, it was the one that inspired me. 
I made a box to fit a manila tag. The paper which I have covered the box is from the drawer, and it has been distressed with Tim's inks and a little gesso to give it the old look.

Tim Holtz texture fades, alcohol ink and stencil.

Thanks for visiting my blog. 

Hugs Susan

Say what you mean

My daughter would also have a birthday tag, so I used Dylusions 
"With the right hat" and "Basic background" stamp. 
I've covered the woman with a mask and used Tim's Dot fade and 
the inks Fired Brick and Weathered Wood. 
The text I have used is also Dylusions. 

I love the stamps and stencil's which is designed by Dyan Reaveley, 
it's just my sense of humor. 
I have drawn a little with my prisma color in order to highlight.

Thanks for visiting my blog. 
Hugs Susan

søndag den 1. juni 2014

Shades of Grey, Blue and Rust

Most of us know the story of The Nightingale by Hans Christian Andersen, it is old and a bit rusty;-). The adventure was nice to read to my daughter, so it was my project developed for this new challenge for June on SASPC: Shades of Grey, Blue and Rust

Tim Holtz Caged Bird - Dream die
Distress Ink Pumice Stone - Washers
PanPastel Red Iron Oxide Shade - Ultramarine Blue
Golden Acrylic - Gel Medium - Gesso - Crackle Paste
Transparent Red Iron Oxide - Grey
Aluminum plate - coffee grounds - staples - snaps
Gears Cheery Lynn die
Maya Road Chip board Crowns Mini

I hope that you have been attracted to participate in Sandee & Amelie's Steampunk Challenge and to make your own  Shades of Grey, Blue and Rust project. 
Thanks for stopping by and I'm looking forward to see your creation.

Inspired by Flaming June

This month at OCC, you must be inspired by Lord Frederic Leighton's Flaming June image, and use rich tones of orange as the main color. 
The picture made ​​me remember my childhood with sun, heat and high skies, and I made this journaling page.

Stencil and Punch from Panduro - tissue tape - news paper - rubber font - foto Alpha Stamps
Dylusions stencil luscions leaves
Golden acrylic vat orange - primary yellow -paste - gesso
Distress Ink Walnut Stain
Akvarel paper - canvas

I hope that you have been attracted to participate in Our Creative Corner Challenge and to make your own Flaming June project. Thanks for stopping by and I'm looking forward to see your project.
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