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Friday 8 July 2016

Summer of Creative Chemistry - 102 - Day 1

Having fun with the next series of classes in the Tim Holtz Summer of Creative Chemistry - with  On Line Card Classes - & Creative Chemistry 102. I am a week behind, but have been busy with a retreat last weekend and plenty of other things going on with family and friends - more of all that later.

Here are the six techniques tried out on day one using Distress Paints.

With  a bit more detail for each tag and a little information without giving too much away!

1. Distress Paint Marbelling Technique

Distress Paint - salty ocean, seedless preserve, mustard seed, mowed lawn, picked raspberry
Distress Ink - peacock feathers, mustard seen and picked raspberry

2. Coloured Crackle Technique

Distress paint - mowed lawn, forest moss, bundled sage, peeled paint, evergreen bough, festive berries, mustard seed and brushed corduroy. 
Top leaf - Distress Ink - Forest Moss
Bottom leaf - Distress Stain - stormy sky and peeled paint

3. Altered Surface Technique

Jig saw pieces with glossy surface
Distress Paint - broken china, squeezed lemonade and abandoned coral
Kraft Tag #8

4. Eroded Metal Technique

Distress Paint - peeled paint, antiqued bronze, peeled paint, broken china evergreen bough, salty ocean
Manila Tag #8

5. Stamping Resist Technique

Distress Paint - brushed corduroy and antique linen
Distress Ink - dusty concord, wild honey, broken china, twisted citron and squeezed lemonade
Manila Tag #8

6. Industrial Technique

Distress Paint - black soot
Metal Foil Tape

Have enjoyed playing with paint and look forward to the next class.
Thanks for looking
Lynn x

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