26 April 2013

Tag-tastic by Gez

I am delighted to be sharing a project with you that I made using a large Tim Holtz tag, some scrummy stamps & inks..

here's a sneak peek!

For the base I used one of the large manilla No.8 {tags}

I squirted a generous blob of shaving foam onto my Ranger non stick {craft sheet}

and added a few blobs of Dr Ph. Martin's {Bombay Indian Inks} in Magenta & Teal

then set about swishing the tag through the foam..

To finish the background I added a few flicks of the Tattered Angels Glimmer Glaze, fine glitter paint to add some sparkle in {Paradise Pink}

The gorgeous flower stamp brand NEW from Stampotique Originals is called Dandelion Duo, it was stamped using Aged Mahogany {Distress Ink} pad and coloured with a Derwent Graphitint pencil in {Autumn Brown}, once dry I added blobs of {Glossy Accents} to each flower. I then stamped Jo Capper-Sandon's {Big Bee} stamp onto the background, coloured the body of each bee with Bombay Inks and added acetate wings.

The sentiment (Wildflower verse) is another new design along with {Mothloved} from {Stampotique Originals} Please note.. Vicki can order any Stampotique stamps simply drop her a line, if you can't see just what you are looking for..

I finished the tag by hand stitching around the outside edge and running the chevron {roller doodle} from Glitz Design down the right hand side using {Jet Black} Archival Ink.

Many thanks for calling today. Have a great weekend. Gez


Anonymous said...

Fantastic indeed! Gorgeous Tag... S x

butterfly said...

Wow - so fabulous... going to have to give the shaving foam thing a go!
Alison x

Amanda said...

Definitely fantastic tag! Love that shaving foam effect
Amanda x

Heather Jacob said...

wow this is just glorious, such a fun and funky tag with delish details and colors, loveeeeeeeeeeee it so much x

pearshapedcrafting said...

Fabulous tag! Just love that quote! Love using shaving foam! (with ink of course!!) Chrisx

Gez Butterworth said...

Thank you for everyone's lovely comments.. the shaving foam is a must technique!