Thursday, 17 August 2017

August Mixed Media Tag #2 ...

Hello my lovely friends and visitors, I hope your week is going well. For some reason I used an old Paperbabe sketch as the design for this tag as well as using several snippets of patterned paper and quite a lot of die cuts. It turned out better than I expected too, lol, I think I’m away with the pixies a bit too much right now and here it is …

I love the deep rich colours on this one
Lots of lovely details
Lots of colour, patterned paper snippets and dies
A final look

Created for me and especially for these Challenges

  
Mixed Media World Challenge MMW#27 Mood Board:

I was inspired by the shades of blue, green, and yellow. The photograph of the small flowers really called to me


Mix It Up Challenge Blog 
 #MIUCB#3 Anything Goes optional Distressing


Paperbabe Stamps Challenge #54 Inspiration Photograph


Scrapy Land Challenge #72 Anything Goes

I used Sizzix and Spellbinders dies


My last couple of posts have been all about the supplies, the techniques and the tools, lol! For this post I’m keeping it short. It is a mixed media tag in that I used Distress inks, Distress Oxide inks, Watercolours and wax crayons to create this tag. However it doesn’t have any texture paste or any overly shabby elements either so I’m happy to play along with any challenges I’m able to play along with where there are flowers, stamped and die cut, and a beautiful die cut two layer acrylic painted butterfly too.

I purchased the rose stamp from the lovely Kim a while ago and it was only when I went to check the name for this post that I found out that it’s a rose border, lol, I had cut mine up to use as separate stamps as I know I’ll use it a lot more that way. I may have to purchase another one though and keep it as one stamp to use as a border lol! Thank you so much for taking the time to visit and comment. I really do appreciate it and I hope you get some time to do what you love to do soon ttfn Karen x











Tools
Stamp:
Paperbabe rubber stamps: Rose border
Stencil:
Viva Decor #08 Flowers & Music 29cm square stencil
Die Cutting Machine & Dies:
Big Shot Plus die cutting machine
Sizzix: Sizzlits large Ornate Frame die; Thinlits small Tattered Florals dies
Spellbinders: Large Classic Circle die
Free magazine two layer butterfly dies
Miscellaneous Tools:
MISTI; heat tool; paintbrushes; water pot; paint palette; mini ink blending tool & foam

Supplies
Card Paper:
Watercolour card
Snippets: Sheena Douglass white stamping card; snippets Prima patterned papers
EP Ink/Paint/Pen Colours:
Caran D’ache Neocolour II Wax Crayons
Distress Oxide Re-Inkers: Cracked Pistachio; Worn Lipstick; Fossilised Amber
Spectrum Noir AquaTints: bright & beautiful
Memento dew drop ink pad: green; pink
Adhesives/Mediums:
Collall all purpose glue
Double sided tape
Fun foam

9 comments:

cuilliesocks said...

A really pretty tag and lots of detail to look at too, lovely colours and design Karen, Kate x

Cara said...

Great tag. I love that you chopped up your stamp!

craftytrog said...

Love this tag Karen! I'm always chopping up stamps! :-)
Alison

Sara Barker said...

Pretty tag, Karen! Very clever to chop up your stamp! Thank you for sharing this in our Anything Goes challenge at Scrapy Land! Hugs!

Corrie Herriman said...

Nice ! Thank you for joining my challenge over at Country View Challenges !
Corrie xx

rachel said...

A really pretty make Karen - great layering! Thanks for joining us at countryview challenges and good luck! Hugs rachel x

Pawsitively Creative said...

What a genius idea to use your stamped image in such a creative way! Awesome sauce and very pretty design and details. I may borrow your idea.

Thanks for joining us at Mix It Up! Hugz. ~Niki DT

Deepti Aggarwal said...

Beautiful Tag..Love all the details..Thank you so much for joining us at Happy Little Stampers - Anything goes dies Challenge. Hugs xx Deepti Aggarwal

Seemaa said...

What a beautiful Tag!!lovely!!
Thankyou for playing with us @ Happy Little Stamper Anything Goes with Dies challenge. All the best!!
Hugs
DT Seemaa
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