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Emma xx
Independent Stampin' Up! Demonstrator in England UK. All things Stampin' Up for card making, scrapbooking, wedding stationery, gifts, card making classes, scrapbooking classes, gift making classes.

Tuesday, June 9, 2009

Tuesday Taggers Week 4

Hello everybody

Well where does time go to. I have been finished Uni for 4 weeks and have done almost nothing that I wanted. I have however managed to get this weeks entry for Tuesday Taggers. We as the DT were challenged to make wrapping paper, a card and a tag, which is what we are challenging you to as well, but if you can't do all three then please just take part and do some of it.

I have used all Stampin' Up products this week.

I have used

Whisper White Card Stock
Brilliant Blue, Tempting Turquoise, Pink Passion, Green Galore, Gable Green, Basic Black and Almost Amethyst inks
Right on Track Wheel
Choo Choo stamp set

I have brayered my background on the tag and the card and I have 3d'd the Train and the smoke. On my wrapping paper I have sponged the background and then randomly stamped the track and train.

We have a tutorial this week over at Tuesday Taggers and the prize for this week is £15 in vouchers from the ever so generous Craft Barn.
I hope you all like

Emma xx

Tuesday, June 2, 2009

Tuesday Taggers Week 3

This week on Tuesday Taggers we were challenged to alter a tag from an item of clothing.  I haven't done much altering so this was a challenge to me.  I didn't know whether to cover with paper or paint it or just use inks.  In the end I used Tim Holtz distress ink to colour the tag.  I then stamped on it with a floral stamp with water to give it that watermark look that distress inks do so brilliantly. To do this I put some water onto a flat surface and stamped my stamp into the water like I would with a stamp pad, but then patted it down on a wet wipe which took off some of the water but not all of it and stamped it onto the inked cardboard.

I then found some patterned papers, in this case Stampin' Up and Basic Grey and paperpieced them to make Flowers.  I drew around a button and then did my petals.  Stuck my buttons back on and stuck them to my tag.  To add some bling I added gems to the centre of the flowers and used glossy accents on the leaves with a gem at the base of them.

I really enjoyed this challenge and am really looking forward to showing you my entry for next weeks challenge.

Emma xx