..........has flown by this week and I don't seem able to catch it!! however I managed to make this tag last night .
Linda at studio L3 posted the challenge for week #31 Rusted Enamel on page 41 of Tim's book Compendium of Curiosities, I can't tell you how I did that bit .... it was such fun and I can't believe I have never used it before, will be again lots and lots though.
I used Tim Holtz stamps for all the stamping, the clocks on the background were stamped before I put the final detail of the technique onto the tag as per the CC book, sentiment was stamped after I had distressed tag with DI and then I ran it through a texture fades embossing folder patchwork and de-bossed the design of a clock face onto it it is there really it is perhaps if you look really closely....lol. Finally the Ideology clock face was attached with a big dollop of 3D glue chain was in my stash and glued with glossy accents. DI used weathered wood,chipped sapphire, vintage photo, black soot.
This tag fits in with the challenge over at Sunday Stampers hosted by Hels which is Time and she has also linked to The Artistic Stamper Creative Team blog pop over and see dettails. My third challenge is with Simon Says Stamp and Show some Embossing, as I have used heat embossing and dry embossing.
Thanks for looking and for all your lovely comments you leave when you drop in to see me
Apologies for the shadow in photo taken in bad light early this morning! very dark and cloudy here today looks like rain!
Bye for now
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