Steampunk Tags.


A tramp, a gentleman, a poet, a dreamer, a lonely fellow,
always hopeful of romance and adventure.
” – Charlie Chaplin.

Close up of tag, you can see the foam pads I used for layering.

THE MAGIC OF THREE:
“It is said that using three of something adds more interest and power whether it is a conversation, art or numbers.”Jennie Atkinson
I used three tags in different sizes, three medium sized gears, 3 small gears, 3 different colors, 3 reinforcement rings, etc.
My Inspiration was “Live the dream” by Jennie Atkinson,
her blog is Jennie live the dream.

Going up. 
My inspiration for this tag was
My take, on Tims tag January 2013 by Inkypinky Craft.

I used the metal gears to dry emboss the background.

“Dry Embossing – Also called “relief embossing”, is done by tracing a stencil with a stylus in order to create a raised pattern.” – The Paper Mill Store.

Prima-Craftsman Collection-Clear Acrylic Stamps – Mix 1

Bead Landing™ Found Objects™ Antique Silver, Copper And Brass Gears. 

Destination Holidays: Clear Transparent Stamp: (15 x 18 cm) Postage Stamps, Film-strip, Postcard, Globe, World Map, Planner Journal Accessories, Destination, etc.

Unknown Acrylic set.

Some of the other supplies that I used were: Tag templates (the tag in the middle of The Tramp is about 6″ x 3″), card-stock, cardboard, reinforcement rings, Ephemera (Charles Chaplin), foam pads, ink-pads, Brayer, Memories Mist  (Merlot), Inkadinkado Letter Wood Mounted Stamp, paint, sanding paper, adhesive, paint brush,  Ranger Ink–Perfect Pearls Mists (Gold), toothpick, anchor brads, ribbon, Food die, oil, etc.


Hint: I pour my mists over in smaller mister bottles and dilute them with Alcohol.
I attach the small misters to the bottles with elastics.
Caution: When working with alcohol, make sure you are in a well ventilated area.

Ombré Background with a Brayer.

“Ombré /ˈɒmbr/ (literally “shaded” in French) is the gradual blending of one color hue to another, usually moving tints and shades from light to dark” –Wikipedia 

How to use the Brayer roller – Lavinia Stamps.

DIY Cogs and gears for cards, scrapbook, art journals, mixed media projects, etc

DIY Cogs and Gears

Marbleized paper Background Christen Olivarez, Somerset Apprentice by Stampington.

This was the first time that I tried this technique.
Marbling with Oil and Food Coloring. 

The article suggested I use watercolor paper, which I couldn’t find. ;-(

My results after playing around.

 

Tok’s Supplies. 

Steampunk Style.  

Mixed Media Tags. 

 

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