Grungy Monday challenge ended up being a total bust for me - I made something so bad I couldn't imagine sharing it with anyone! This week's challenge was to reinterpret Tag #8 from Tim Holtz's 2007 12 Tags of Christmas. Much easier challenge for me! I love this technique because you can change it up and get different results every time.
Haberdashery collection - it is such a cool stamp! After I'd created my background, I stamped the dress form with black Adirondack pigment ink and embossed it with Ranger's black embossing powder. Aren't those flower centers cute? I covered my brads with Eyeliner Black Sparkly Fluff. I love the extra texture and sparkle it adds!
Technique Junkie Newsletter. Instead of acetate, I used some clear plastic from a package of Grungeboard. Which brings me to the challenge!! This month, the Inspiration Emporium team is challenging you to create something using any type of packaging. One lucky participant will receive $50 Emporium Bucks to spend at the online store. How awesome is that? Start digging through your recycling and see what you can come up with!
Haberdashery rubber stamps (dress form) by Tim Holtz
Papillon rubber stamps (background) by Tim Holtz
Take Flight rubber stamps (flourish) by Tim Holtz
Idea-ology Trinket Pins
Idea-ology Swivel Clasps
Idea-ology Long Fasteners
Idea-ology Jump Rings
Idea-ology Philosophy Tags
Adirondack Paint Dabbers - Pool and Snow Cap
Distress Ink - Tumbled Glass
Adirondack Pigment Ink - Pitch Black
Ranger Archival Ink - Jet Black
Sparkly Fluff - Eyeliner Black
Ranger Embossing Powder - Black
Sizzix Tattered Florals Die