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In & Out of Studio 3D
Friday, 1 July 2016
12 Tags of 2016 - July
Topic: Multi-Technique

I set a new record (for me) in the speed with which I completed one of the tags in Tim Holtz's series. I mean, he only posted it THIS MORNING!

Here is the tag he made:

and it is based on a remix of these two tags:


Here are the steps I used to create MY project:

- Stamp image on heavy watercolor paper using black archival ink

- Watercolor the image using the ink from Distress Markers

- Dry with heat tool

- Apply Microglaze to select areas that you want to resist color

- Apply a wash of Distress Ink over the surface

- Use heat gun to dry completely. This will melt the Microglaze away

- Spritz image with walnut ink

- Trim to size

- Use walnut Distress to ink the edges

- Cut a mounting piece at lease 1/4 inch larger all around

- Mark and cut a top and bottom slit for the stamped piece to slide behind.

- Ink edges of background piece with walnut Distress

- Ink edges of the sliced area with walnut Distress

- Place word die on the sliced area

- Cut word from background

- Cut a script word from dark cardstock

- Slide stamped piece into place behind cut strip of background

- Adhere stamped piece and background together securely

- Glue script word in place

- Prick holes for 5 brads across bottom. Install brads

- Add stickers to decorate (chit chat words, arrow, passport, photos)

- Adhere to front cover of a handmade book

Here is my finished piece:


Here's to finishing more projects in record time!

Ddd

 

 


Posted by studio3d@ccgmail.net at 8:10 PM PDT

Friday, 1 July 2016 - 8:43 PM PDT

Name: "Debbie D Dodd"

Oh my word! I'm the FIRST to post their project on Tim's blog page for the July project. I guess I really am Ms. Speedy this month.     Ddd

Saturday, 30 July 2016 - 2:24 PM PDT

Name: "MakaArt"
Home Page: http://makaart14.blogspot.com

Wonderful work and amazing interpretation ;-)

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