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Thursday, May 28, 2015
Mixed Media Backgrounds
Hey there! I hope everyone is enjoying the warmer weather, but where did May go? Hmmm... it sure does fly by faster and faster. But today I have a fun, steampunkish, tag tutorial I want to share. I am using a new (to me) stamp set that I just got from Sin City Stamps using one of my favorite images, hot air balloons. I have prepared a video tutorial to show you all the fun you can have using all of these products together. So let's get started.
Small (2-5/8" x 5-1/4") Ivory Tags (Paper Reflections) Clear Gesso (Liquitex) Gum Arabic (Winsor & Newton) Mini Mister filled with water Black, Leaf Green Archival ink pad Tim Holtz Ideaology Spinners w/brad Vintage Photo distress ink pad
Thanks for stopping by, and I hope I have inspired you to try these great products. You see how beautifully they work together, stamps, chipboard, and paints, ooh la la!
fun project, the hot air balloons are my favorite stampsReplyDelete
thanks so much for this tutorial - I never really realized how to use the color pigments, even though I have a few LOL. Love your tags - hot air balloons are one of my favorite 'themes.' And - after making 2,347 tags in my life, I didn't realize that putting a medium on the tag would change the way color adhered. A big "D'UH" when off in my brain. LOL Thanks for sharing your expertise and skill!ReplyDelete
Adventures in video taping, lol I love it! I also love the hot air balloon images too!! Nicely done!ReplyDelete
Love this project so much. Great bold colors and great workReplyDelete
Thanks everyone for your sweet comments.ReplyDelete