Wednesday, January 25, 2012

Artistic Outpost Stamping

More fun from Artistic Outpost and their wonderful Red Rubber Stamps!



 Lots of fun here with a combinations of many different products.

I started with Distress Stains on a water-sprayed #8 Manila Tag and added the stamps from Whimsical Melange set with Jet Black and Coffee Archival Inks.

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I begin with Wild Honey and Dried Marigold in the middle, add Broken China, Barn Door, Fired Brick. Keep going while wet with Chipped Sapphire and add Tea Dye in spots to blend.

Trial and Error, and just plain practice with lots of luck, Mo!

 
Then some Tissue Tape- Symphony at top and bottom.


 Next was a layer of Rock Candy Distress Stickles all over the tag.





 The On the Edge Die-Ornate was used to cut a piece of Grungepaper and colored with various blue Distress Inks. It makes a great edge at the bottom.

The lovely lady is from the Flapper Fashion set stamped onto Manila cardstock and cut out. She's layered up with pop dots.

The Grungeboard Heart was left over from a previous project, but fit perfectly here with the other Tissue Tape.





I cut some Metal Foil tape with the Decorative Strip-Vintage Lace die and added it to the roof line of the house stamp.

A Spinner goes great on the clock stamp, don't you think?

The Charm Clip was used to add the Muse Token to the Distress Stained piece of fabric. I have no idea where this piece of fabric came from. I found it in the "stuff" box. Anyone know?



I added a Plaquette and some Tissue Paper-Market Days from Collections to a skinny bottle that had Cranberry Alcohol Ink spun around in it.

The tissue paper is colored with Distress Inks to age.

Lots of color, and plenty of stamping here for great fun.

Check out the Artistic Outpost wonderful stamps at Inspiration Emporium.

TTFN as Tigger would say!

Linda

16 comments:

Candy C said...

I love it! Love the deep rich background colors. Then I love the Artistic Outpost lady all decked out in her finest vintage clothes. All of your embellishments are really cool, too. Linda...you rock! <3 Candy

Shelly Hickox said...

Beautiful!! So many fantastic details - you are just too much!

Mo said...

Gorgeous tag, Linda. If you ever have the time, I would love a tutorial for the background. :) I recently had a chance to make your sleighride tag and the tutorial was awesome. Much appreciated.
Marjan

Vic said...

I love it! each little detail is worth a second (or more) lokk!

Lynne Forsythe said...

oooooooo LA LA!! girlio! I could just eat those colors!! what an absolutely FABBBBY TAG!!

ann said...

Amazing all the texture,detail and colours.... fabulous !!

Kate said...

Lovely and grungy!! Loving all the texture and little details.

Shelly Schmidt said...

Wow- that about wraps it up! The details are wonderful!

anna christensen crafts said...

This REALLY has that special 'Wow' factor. The tag is so rich and layered - gorgeous colour palette you have created there! I love the background stamping and the lady rocks! I have joined you as a follower so I can 'wow' more at leisure! xx

Hels Sheridan said...

wow Linda this is STUNNING!!! total gorgeousness on a tag! Hope you having a lovely week xx

Robyn Phelan Sharp said...

Super cool and lovely tag

Lynn Stevens said...

So many wonderful things to see. Love all the techniques you used Linda, Artsy at its finest!
Hugs Lynn

Martina2801 said...

Linda, this is absolutely gorgeous! Love all the details, you do amazing work.

Elaine A said...

Another masterpiece Linda! I love all the little details that make you take a 2nd and 3rd look at this piece. GORGEOUS!

Elaine Allen

Lori said...

Beautiful! Love your use of colors, always so rich!

Meme said...

Another great tag by Linda Cain!

Beautiful!

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