fil Jardin

Monday, April 14, 2014




Fil Jardin

Time:  >4 Hours
Yield:  1 - #10 Tags
Wet Ingredients:
  • Ink – Archival Aquamarine, Potting Soil; Distress Broken China, Gathered Twigs
  • Other - Distress Crackle Rock Candy, Glossy Accents, Modeling Paste
  • Paint – Distress Broken China, Chipped Sapphire, Mustard Seed, Peeled Paint, Picket Fence, Tumbled Glass
  • Stain – Distress Broken China, Forest Moss, tumbled Glass, Wild Honey
 Dry Ingredients:
  • 1- #10 Manila Tags
  • Hardware –  Aluminium Wire, Beads (champagne pearls), Jump Rings, Mini Brads, Muse Tokens, Tiny Attachers, Tissue Tape –Elements, Laboratorie, Symphony
  • Other – GrungeBoard, GrungePaper
  • Paperstash – Collage Mini
  • Ribbon – Crinkle Ribbon, Jute String
Tools/Equipment:
  • Dies – Garden Greens, Sized Ovals, Tattered Florals, Trellis
  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  


  

  

  

  








12 comments:

  1. adorable ... <3 learned much from your procedures and thanks for your sharing...

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  2. I love the little cage and the crackle on the bottom is awesome. I like how you just drizzled it on there.

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  3. I LOVE the little tiles that come from cutting out the lattice die. They make my heart sing. Very cute project.

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  4. Wauw.....Super beautiful! I'm gonne try it myself as soon as possible.
    Groetjes, Anja

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  5. Wow, all your work is absolutely stunning. It's been a real pleasure finding your blog.

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  6. SUPER KURS,DZIĘKUJĘ:)
    JOLANTA

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  7. Wow, hoe beautiful! Great explanation. Thx! Grtz Joan

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  8. Such an inspiring piece. Thanks so much for sharing this gorgeous tag! Love it!!! Karen.x

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  9. I adore your work.
    Love your background.
    You are an ARTIST.
    Great work of ART.
    Thanks for your explanation
    I became a follower. Don't want to Miss any of your work Anneke.
    www.annekescardart.blogspot.com

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  10. I absolutely love this...who wouldn't. Your work is so inspiring and your explanations are so clear and easy to follow. Thanks for your generosity in sharing so willingly. I have also become a follower and I think I've already learnt more today in your share than I would in a week normally. Beautiful art. JillyU

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