- Inks and Paints: Distress Paints “Black Soot”, “Fossilized Amber”, “Blueprint Sketch”. Candied Apple” and Twisted Citron”, Distress Marker “Black Soot”; Clear rock Candy Crackle Paint
- Papers and other substrates: #8 Manila tag; Ranger Foil Tape; miscellaneous chipboard pieces
- Embossing folders: Alterations “Blueprint & Gears” set (658580)
- Adhesives: Mukti Medium Matter; EK Tools 3D foam dots
In Week Five of Summer f Creative Chemistry, we moved on to the techniques demonstrated in Creative Chemistry 102, the online course Tim Holtz taught in 2013. Our assignment for week five was to review the techniques described in Day 1 of Creative Chemistry 102: Distress Paint. The techniques demonstrated (and the sample tags I made) were: Distress Paint Marbling, Colored Crackle, Altered Surfaces:
and Eroded Metallics, Stamping resist and Industrial:
For this challenge, we are to use any of those techniques at at least three Distress Paint colors. I elected to combine Industrial and Colored Crackle techniques (two techniques I have mixed results with --- in fact, they didn't work as well in this tag as they did in my sample tags a week ago!) and four colors: "Black Soot", "Candied Apple", "Blueprint Sketch", "Twisted Citron" and "Fossilized Amber":
Products I used to make my challenge tag were:
Born in New Jersey, I grew up in Southeastern Ohio. Attended university at Bowling Green State University (B.Sci in biological science, 1964), University of Southern California (M. Sci in biological science, 1967) and University of Florida (Ph. D in zoology, 1971).
honored to be asked to be guest designer for Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge, September 2017
for my entry in the Funkie Junkie Boutique Blog Challenge, August 14, 2019 "Let’s Do It Again"
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