The rules are simple:
• One must work from the book and not reveal Tim's techniques (If you don't have the book, you can get one from Tim http://timholtz.com/a-compendium-of-curiosities-volume-iii/... but sadly, this is the last challenge in this series)
• You need to link your creation to Linda's blog
• You need to visit the design team's blogs and leave comments on their interpretations.
This week’s challenge is to implement the technique described on Page 48, Layering Stencil Monoprint. I used Tim’s technique to create a mono-printed background in paint on a large tag (this was a second generation printing; the first one just didn't work, perhpas because I didn't read the instructions first!):
- Distress Paints: "Picked Raspberry", "Iced Spruce", "Broken China"
- Distress Inks: "Mustard Seed", "Scattered Straw", "Antique Linen", "Vintage Photo"
- Distress Markers: "Picked Raspberry", "Broken China", "Squeezed Lemonade", "Mustard Seed", "Spiced Marmalade", "Spun Sugar"
- Pigma Micron 05 - Black
- India Ink Black
- Stencils: “Chevron” (THS024)
- Stamps: “Flower Pops” (Serendipity Stamps, 1304M), “Flower Pops Negative” (Serendipity Stamps 1318)
- Embellishments: Candi (Sunset Strip), Creative Imaginations Lifestyle Gems, Prima Shabby Chic Treasures resin frame (892128), Alpha Stickers “Rumani” from Basic Grey, scrap organza ribbon