by the numbers

Wednesday, February 22, 2017

by the numbers

Time: >2 Hours
Yield:  1 #8 Tag
Wet Ingredients:
  • Ink – Alcohol Espresso, Honeycomb, Teakwood; Archival Shadow Grey,; Distress Embossing, Ground Espresso
  • Other – Distress Crayons Cracked Pistachio, Ground Espresso; Distress Collage Medium Crazing & Matte
  • Paint – Distress Cracked Pistachio, Ground Espresso
Dry Ingredients:
  • Cardstock – Kraft Stock, Memoranda Paper Stash, Mixed Media Heavy Stock
  • Embossing Powder – Clear, Silver Dollar
  • Hardware – Fragments, Gadget Gears, Game Spinner, Hex Fasteners, Sprocket Gears
  • Other –  Adhesive Sheets, Foil Tape Sheet, Substrate Sheet (small piece for burnishing), Textured Surfaces (corrugate)
  • Ribbon – Linen Ribbon
  • Dies – Mixed Media, Label Collection, Traveller Words
  • Other – Design Ruler, Remnant Rub Tool, Retractable Knife, Sanding Grip
  • Stamps –Label Frames
  • Texture Fade - Numeric































  1. What an incredibly clever thing to use the fragments as mini diffusers!! I will try this too. The tag is amazing. Thank you so much for sharing :-) :-)

  2. I love how you used the many fragments for this that is pure genius I may have to borrow your idea sometime!

  3. So very cool! The partial embossing idea was brilliant!

  4. Why didn't I think of that?! Amazing work on the pressure embossing and clever technique using the embossing powder! Very cool project all together, as ALWAYS!

  5. Amazing. Thanks so much for taking the time to create the details step-outs.

  6. Brilliant! thanks you for step by step, I learn so many techniques every time I visit your blog! you're so inspirational! Wonderful tag and wonderful card! I love them both! Barbara

  7. I love the technique you used with the label stamp and number emboss. I did n't quite understand what the plastic tag pieces were used for.Would you ever consider doing a video showing how you created those labels with numbers. This is amazing...Thank you so much for sharing!!!


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