Monday, 4 June 2018

Foundry tag


 Hello friends

Hope you are all good!
 Today I'm sharing with you a make using the new Tim Holtz 3D texture fades,
this one is called foundry....its so cool, the detail is just amazing!
This started as a piece of white card, which I ran through my big shot
I then added layers of distress paints and inks 
I Sealed it with collage medium
and added some words from small talk, 
I then stamped some numbers using the Stampers anonymous Ticket booth set
to finish I added some of my own vintage elements and some of my favourite Idea-ology 
The card was backed onto one of Tim's no8 Etcetera tags
The texture fades are available from Art from the heart (Link in my sidebar)
This is my new favourite for sure!

Thanks so much for popping by
feel free to leave a comment, I appreciate each one xx
bye for now

Kaz 
x



9 comments:

  1. I love how you brought this tag to life and made it your own.
    xx

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  2. I love that kind of projects! Your tag is amazing :)

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  3. This is just gorgeous Kaz! I am still in awe that it all started as a white card...your talent never ceases to amaze me! love the details, such a great look.

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  4. Awesome...every bit!!! LOVE the industrial theme of it...so you!

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  5. love your layers of paint. rusty beautiful perfection (my happy place), would love to be holding this and touching that texture
    vicki

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  6. Wow, amazing tag! I am in awe of your background; it's truly wonderful!

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  7. Perfectly aged! Loving all your elements, especially the rusty wire.

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  8. Must ... go ... craft!!!! This is insane. I can't wait to try out that Foundry texture fade. Love your ability embellish. You have such an eye for space and texture. And your work has such incredible grunginess -- my favorite way to craft. Thanks again for the inspiration.

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  9. Well done! Love that delicate butterfly against the metal elements.

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