Tuesday, October 8, 2013

Eroded Metal Tag from Creative Chemistry 102 with Tim - 2 posts in one day!

If you haven't already enrolled in the Creative Chemistry 102 classes with Tim, you should really, really think about it!
 
I can't tell you how to do this technique, but HE can!
 
This is my take on his Eroded Metal .....  is this cool, or WHAT???
 
 
Who said a small tag has to REMAIN small???

 
This starts out as a #5 Manila Tag, but it gets layered and layered to become a larger and more defined tag. I used the Antique Bronze here, and the angled shot shows the metallic shine.
 
I used the Eroded Metal Technique, embossed it, and sanded it down to reveal layers underneath.
 
And thank you Paula Cheney for the idea with the Linen Ribbon in stretching it apart.
 
 
This is the #8 Manila Tag and Tarnished Brass I did as well...still thinking about what to do with it, but you'll be the first to know, or see.

So check out CC102 and "Get your Tim on!"
 
  
 
Linda
 
Products Used from Inspiration Emporium:
 
Tim Holtz - Distress Paints - Antique Bronze, Broken China, Fired Brick, Tarnished Brass, and Brushed Pewter.
Tim Holtz - Alterations - Texture Fade Diamond Plate and Vagabond Machine
Tim Holtz - Distress Stains - Fired Brick and Festive Berries.
Ranger - #5 Manila Tag
 
Other Supplies Used:
Black Glaze Pen
Black Chipboard
Gold Heavy Cardstock

11 comments:

  1. Beautiful! I love how your tag grew.

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  2. Wow, looks awesome. Thanks for sharing. : )

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  3. So fabulous! I love your finished tag and can't wait to see the next one!

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  5. Absolutely awesome!!!! Stunning tags!

    die amelie x

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  6. Linda, I just saw your completed tag on Pinterest and had to come by and tell you how incredible it is. Love this technique. Fabulous work!! -- Mary Elizabeth

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  7. This is a high quality metal tags and the design for this art class is so amazing.

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