Friday, 16 January 2015

Milo de Milo

Hello.  Welcome.  It's a new year and over at PaperArtsy they have jiggled it all around for a new look and feel to the blog.  The challenge this fortnight is fragile papers and there are loads of inspirational posts.  I was particularly taken by Clare's tags using coloured tissue paper.  

I didn't have coloured tissue so I got out the dylusion inks and made my own.  Then I stuck ripped bits on two white tags. 


I covered with white acrylic then wiped it back through a stencil using a baby wipe.  I used Memory Box Honeycomb and A Touch Of Bamboo masks


I stamped with black archival and JOFY 34.  The lady is from Winter Wonderland Plate 6 stamped on white and fussy cut.  I decided to leave my images uncoloured.  


I added some hand written words and a wool tie



I stamped with Prima Chickenwire stamp on the second tag and added the boy from Kids Plate 3.  He doesn't have arms and I thought he looked a bit lost with so abrupt edges in the middle of the tag so I added some side pieces stamped with the chickenwire stamp.  Not sure he looks less strange but......



Another hand written sentiment



and some wool in blokey colours



Liking these very much

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Thanks for dropping by.  Hugz

9 comments:

  1. What a stunning tags Gail! Wonderful the background and lovely the stamps. Fab sentiments. xxx

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  2. These are fab Gail! Love the colours you chose to make your tissue and the images, especially the girl. Particularly like the sentiment on the boy tag!

    Hugs
    Lesley ~Xx

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  3. Two fantastic tags, great colours and some fab techniques:-) xxx

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  4. His & Hers tags super idea, great images as focal points against that bright background!

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  5. Hi Gail, I love both tags, they are really gorgeous!!! I think you were right to leave the faces uncolored... The colours of your scraps of tissue paper + the wool is so superb, just perfect like that!! Coco xxx

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  6. Two fantastic tags, Gail! Those colors are so vibrant. Amazing female stamp, too!

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  7. Oh I love how you coloured your own tissue! Great idea just there! Your tags look great!

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  8. Oh wow wow wow truly stunning tags, they both are gorgeous. I so love the layers of the tissue and the stamped faces look fantastic uncoloured, which makes them really pop. Happy Creating :-) Kezzy xxx

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  9. Excellent idea making your own colorful tissue. These look so artsy and I think you did a good job adding some shoulder paper shapes to the armless boy! :)

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