November 07, 2014

Remember Paris


Inspired by Tim's November tag, I created this one using some of his techniques and also everything but the kitchen sink.

Oh wait! I did use the sink to wash off some ink at one point...

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It all started when I hand-cut a flower shape from corrugated cardboard, filled it in with paste medium and after it dried, added an image transfer on top which was then covered with clear crackle paint.

Ink pens, acrylic paint, oil pastels, and colored pencils were used to add color along with some splatters of gold embossing. The letters were hand-cut and then distressed with paint and crackle.

Tim's tag reminded me of inlaid parquetry and I was inspired to experiment!

4 comments:

  1. Oh you clever Bee! :) love your tag!! What a great idea to cut out the flower shape! I just let out a little squeak with excitement! I must try it.. If I do I will link back to your idea, of course! Gorgeous tag! X

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  2. Wow Love your original take of November tag!! This is really a Belle Epoque look!!

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