Friday, March 30, 2012

Day 7 and 9 of Creative Chemistry.

Ha, I thought I was doing pretty good with the Creative Chemistry class this week. I was all ready to show you my day 8 and 9 tags so I can go do day 10 and then as I was about to post it I saw that the last post was for day 6. Well that didn't make sense. So after checking the site and sorting through my tags I realized I had completely missed day 8. I don't know how, I don't know where I was or what I was doing but it happened. So I'm going to show you day 7 and 9 today and then I guess I'll catch up on day 8 and hopefully find time for day 10. Who knew taking an on-line class would be so demanding that I could lose a whole day.
Any way here are my tags. This was suppose to be a short and sweet post so I can get on with day 10, now to be days 8 and 10 but I got a little carried away taking pics, so be patient with me and enjoy.
 This is Distress power resist. I only had 2 colours of Distress power so I tried both but wasn't really happy with either one. I think a lighter colour like Tim used would be more effective.
 Here is Rusted Enamel technique. I think this was interesting and I will definitely be doing some more experimenting with the colour variations possible.
The Nostalgic Batik was a lot of fun. I've done variations of this before but hadn't used the coloured inks under the clear embossing power before so I can see a lot of different applications for this now. Oh and I got to use a new stamp I got this week. Well new to me anyway. A friend was cleaning out her stash and I purchased some wonderful new to me stamps. I know I'm suppose to be purging to move to the new studio space but what's a girl to do!!
 Here is some Perfect Distress mist. Always fun to spray and spray and spray to see what mystical background come out. I definitely need some more mini misters, oh the colour combinations between ink and mica powder are endless...
 The Perfect Distress wasn't too perfect in my world and unfortunately the photo looks even worse than the tag did. It's an interesting technique though. I'll have to work on it a bit more obviously.
The Perfect Splatter Distress was fun again too. Another new twist on a fun technique. Hard to see here but I love the way the Perfect Pearls just show up here and there rather than all over the tag.

So that was supposedly my short post for the day. I'm off to watch some more super cool techniques. I'll share them as soon as I can. LOL.

Keep Creating.



rose of Walk in the Woods - she/her said...

What lovely tags ~ I love them all!

gelfling50 said...

You have totally inspired me to make tags ... Just what hubby will need to hear ...more ways for me to spend money on crafty all jokes aside he is totally

Cynthia Schelzig said...

You had me that was fun....I think all your examples look fabulous...besides I admire your fortitude in trying to keep up no matter WHAT day you are doing:):)...I can´t keep up...I thought I could catch up last dice...ended up doing yard work all weekend long and this weekend I have a watercolor workshop so catching up....have a good weekend!

Angelica said...

Beautiful tags!!!


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