Len-trick-ular Treat

Saturday, October 18, 2014




Len-trick-ular Treat

Time: >3 Hours
Yield:  1 – #8 Tag
Wet Ingredients:
  • Ink – Archival Black; Distress Crushed Olive, Fired Brick, Milled Lavender, Scattered Straw, Tumbled Glass Vintage Photo
  • Markers – Distress Milled Lavender, Old Paper, Pumice Stone, Tumbled Glass
  • Stain – Distress Scattered Straw
  • Stain Sprays – Distress Antique Linen, Crushed Olive, Vintage Photo
Dry Ingredients:
  • 1 – #8 Manila Tag
  • Cardstock – Manila, Watercolour Paper
  • Hardware – Enamel Tag, Mini Fasteners, Remnant Rub Apothecary, Tissue Tape, Wire Pin
  • Other – GrungeBoard, Mask Sheet, Wonder Tape
  • Ribbon – Crinkle Ribbon
Tools/Equipment:
  • Die – Pediments
  • Stamps – Apothecary, Bitty Grunge, Mini Halloween4, Poisonous
So many of Tim’s ideas, Products and techniques are To Die For, and his Halloween goodies are no exception.  To die only once (and if you do it right once is enough). My secret death In Disguise, is die-ing twice at once and two times over. Intoxicating...

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  




 

21 comments:

  1. Oh My gosh, that is amazing. I love it and can't wait to card it up with you next weekend

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  2. This is so awesome! Knocked my socks right off!
    Jess

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  3. Jaw dropping!! OMG absolutely love your style and this is just amazing. LOVE IT! Karen.x

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  4. This is such a clever idea and one I really must try, I love how you constructed your tag, it is truly amazing and the pediment die is the perfect addition to your wonderful tag. Thanks so much for joining in our Halloween - To Die For Challenge at A Vintage Journey! Anne x

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  5. Wow, such a unique and creative idea. I love this! You could do this with all the holidays and seasons. So many different new ideas from this. Fabulous!!

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  6. Your tag is amazing! Wow, I am totally inspired and I don't even do Halloween. I can see so many possibilities for this artistic tag. I love the creative way you have used the pediment die. I plan on using your tutorial and trying it for myself. Thank you for sharing!
    Jacquelene L
    Canada

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  7. Such a clever idea, love it. Mo x

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  8. This is such a fabulous idea! I've seen billboards like this - how creative to use it this way. Your out of the box thinking never ceases to inspire me. =)

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  9. Whoa! what a creative wall hanging! thanks so much for showing us how you designed this and for sharing it at A Vintage Journey!

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  10. A great idea ! Love your creation !

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  11. This is just brilliant I have been wanting to do something like this for ages but had not quite figured out the how and why. Thanks so much for the tutorial and the tag is just AMAZING!!!

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  12. WoW! You are such an amazing artist, seriously! You never cease to amaze with your clever ideas and amazing techniques. This tag is incredible and so inspiring. Thank you so much for sharing your amazing art!

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  13. fabulous make for this month's challenge...thanks for joining in the fun at Inspiration Journal...hugs kath xxx

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  14. What an amazing tag created with real precision, love it. Thanks for joining us at A Vintage Journey and good luck.
    Julie x

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  15. This is one of the most creative techniques that I have ever seen! WOW, it's two images in one, I am blown away right now!! I am so stealing...ahem, I mean borrowing this one! Love it! :)

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  16. Such a brilliant idea so beautifully executed! Thank you so much for joining us at A Vintage Journey. Jenny x

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  17. Fantastic! Just came over from Pinterest to check this out... and now I will pin you too. Wow!

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  18. You really are very talented love your work defiantly a follower now. Dee x

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