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Friday, 5 August 2016

Summer of Creative Chemistry - 103 - Day 3

Today at the Creative Chemistry lab we have had lots of exciting mediums and textures to play with and getting our hands really mucky! Not only have we made the five technique tags, but three extra assignment swatch sampler tags to refer to in future when selecting the best mediums to use for a project.
Here are my results:

Day 3 - Distress Collage Mediums & Textures

1. Distressed Layered Collage

Distress Crayons - vintage photo & rusty hinge
Collage Medium - Matte
Paper - Basic Grey - Curio
Sizzix Tim Holtz Alterations Framelits Die Set - Tag Collection

2. Texture Paste Colouring

Distress stains - evergreen bough
Distress Ink pads -walnut stain, forest moss, twisted citron, peacock feather
Distress Paint  - Victorian velvet
Tim Holtz Layering Stencils - 002 & THMM106

3. Texture Paste Embossing

Distress stains - tumbled glass
Distress Ink pads - faded jeans & salty ocean
Embossing Powder - Silver
Texture Paste
Tim Holtz Layering Stencils - 050

4. Texture Paste Resist

Paper - Basic Grey - Curio
Distress Ink pad - picket fence
Texture Paste - Transparent Gloss

Layering Stencils - 42 tiles
Sizzix Tim Holtz Alterations Framelits Die Set - Tag Collection

5. Distress Grit-Paste Grunge

Copy of old sepia photo from my heritage collectionDistress Grit-Paste
Distress Crayons - vintage photo & walnut stain

Assignment Swatch Tags

Distress Collage Medium Sampler 
Looking at the effects of three different types of collage medium on the same background.

Paper - Simple Stories - Bloom and Grow

 Distress Grit-Paste SamplerColouring grit paste with different distress medium. all in walnut stain

Top to bottomDistress ink pad

 Texture Paste SamplerEffects of colouring over three different Ranger Texture pastes.

 Texture Paste top to bottom
Opaque matte
Transparent matte
Transparent gloss
Distress Ink - twisted citron, evergreen bough & mowed lawn
Layering Stencil - 044
#8 Manila Tag

Great day crafting and now off to see what's in store for tomorrow - working with Distress Crayons.
Thanks for looking
Lynn x

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