Tuesday, July 17, 2012

CC2C week 13

This week for the CC2 Challenge sponsored by Simon Says Stamp, one of my favorites was chosen - spritz and flick distress from pg. 42 of Tim's book.  I love the mottled look of this technique and had to take a picture of my undecorated tag.  I started with modeling paste through a Crafter's Workshop stencil on my tag before doing the spritz and flick distress - I love the texture the modeling paste creates!

Here's a close up:



...and here's my completed tag embellished with an image from the Graphics Fairy and vintage dictionary text die cut with the harlequin strip die.  I dyed the white ric-rac with the same Distress Inks used on the tag - such a great (and quick!) way to have perfectly coordinated tag ties.


Distress Ink colors: Victorian Velvet, Dried Marigold, Peacock Feathers and Salty Ocean

7 comments:

Marja's Stamp Addiction en Marja's Creativity said...

Super penny. What beautiful. The tecture and the colors are great.
lovely greet Marja

Plume said...

Simply beautiful! I love the textured background ans the overall design of this tag!

Sue said...

Hello Penny
It has been a long time since I used modelling paste to add dimension, you have inspired me to look at this technique again for a change.
Your colours look amazing on the Bg; I initially thought you had embossed the pattern. I love the subtleness you have created, it juxtaposes beautifully with the image.
Gorgeous Tag.
Smiles:)
Sue

Debbie said...

Never tried this paste technique, it looks fantastic and all that gorgeous texture, thanks for sharing it with us, must try it. Debbiexx

Paula Jane Atkinson said...

Beautiful textured tag & she is a very gorgeous image.

lynne said...

This is so gorgeous and applaud the way you employ a vibrant background with a vintage image.
Wishes
Lynne

Lori said...

This is gorgeous Penny, love the colors..and the texture from the modeling paste is awesome! Loved your apron, too!