Saturday, April 26, 2014
We begin! Welcome to CC3C! I'm so excited to be going on this journey and I hope you'll play along. You can get all the details on how this challenge works at the website of our fearless leader, the lovely Linda Ledbetter. Linda is so gracious and invited the CC3C team to come together to host this challenge. Check out the CC3C page.
Compendium of Curiosities III is Tim's best book yet. I really love the techniques, all very doable and crazy awesome results! You can get your copy at Rocky Mountain Memories or get a signed copy from Tim!
Our first challenge is Paint Marbling. The technique can be found on page 43 of Compendium of Curiosities III. If you haven't used Distress Paints yet, you gotta get some!! Yummy, rich, opaque color. You can change the color of just about anything. Color safe? I don't think so.
Here's the tag I did using Paint Marbling on the background.
I stamped flowers from Wendy's Blooming Art set and from her Build-a-Blossom Stamp-It Stencil It set. Build-a-Blossom has a coordinating stencil and stamp for the little sprig in Blooming Art. The flowers are stamped onto the tag itself with Carnation Red Archival ink and in Jet Black onto Clearly for Art Whiteout. More about that later.
I stenciled the leaves onto the tag with Wendy's white Embossing Paste, tinted with Fern Green Archival ink. I stenciled a few more leaves onto a scrap of paper, let them dry and then cut out those stenciled leaves for a little layered dimension.
here. I used Blue Violet and Chrome Yellow Archival reinkers on Clearly for Art Whiteout. CFA takes the ink in a very weird, awesome way, so you have to play with it a little, which I'm always happy to do!! I stamped the flowers in Jet Black, cut them out and then heated and shaped them. Apply the flowers with some Ranger Matte Medium and sandwich a little Grungeboard or Grungepaper behind them to get them to glue to the tag.
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