Wednesday, February 25, 2015

High Flying Fun!!

Hello All Lanette Here!

Today I am going to share some high flying inky fun with you! First lets take a look at my tag and

Here is my finished tag:
then I will show you how I mad it :)

Sin City Supplies Used: Art Rubber Stamp Plate- For Him Collection

Other Supplies Used: Ranger - Tag, Archival Ink. Tim Holtz- Die, Embossing Powder, Distress Stain, Distress Ink & Blending Tool, Stencil. Spare Parts- Flower, Ribbon. Prima -Stencil. Faber Castell- PITT Marker. Mister Hueys Mist. Vellum.

Now lets look at my process......

First I started by building my tags background. Using my craft mat as a plate I laid down a mix of Distress Stains. After spraying my tag with a bit of water I dragged my tag through the color creating that fabulous vintage background.

After my tag was dry I  added a fun steampunk stamp from the For Him Rubber Plate. I used Archival Ink because its waterproof and I always stamp on a foam pad to help ensure my images come out clear.

Next I added a layer of texture using some distress ink and a Prima Stencil, just a bit here and there nothing too deliberate.

Now I just had to add a bit of sparkle after all she is a lady! So I added a bit of Mister Hueys Gold Mist through a Tim Holtz stencil.

Finally I finished my tag off with a bit of ribbon that I colored using my left over Distress Stain. Also I added a bit of pop to my ribbon by stamping it with this fun stamp from the For Him Rubber Plate and a PITT marker.

Thank you so much for stopping by today!

I hope that I have inspired you to have some inky fun of your own!

After all time flies! You gotta get inky when you can!

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