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Wednesday, 31 July 2013

JULY TAGS – JUST IN….

I swear I get later and later each month!! Still here they are….

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Simple techniques this month so these were quite quick to do (apart from the hour I spent searching convinced I had a plate of cartouche stamps – I don’t). The only snag was when I went to my rock candy crackle product it was more rock than candy. So I had to improvise with other products, one of which didn’t work so well as it seemed to just sink in to the grungeboard, but I think it was the crackle accents that worked OK and the effect on the grungeboard is rather attractive if subtle. I couldn’t really CASE Tim’s tag as I don’t have the bits so they ended up quite different but I like the way these turned out – they certainly feel more me than Mr H but thank you Tim I would not have thought of doing this. Right, one more challenge to finish by the end of today…… and a fancy card to make….. LOL good job I perform better under pressure.

7 comments:

Astrid Maclean said...

Cindy, your tags are fab!!! Love both your interpretation and improvisation, the results are fantastic! Your Rockcandy had me laugh out loud, been there and done that lol. I now bought a new bigger jar, better start using it!

Sandy said...

your tags are beautiful Cindy - the green looks great! I better run, not walk down to my craft room to see if my rock candy is now rock. Great make Sugar!!
sandy

inkypinkycraft said...

your tags look great, love the butterflies too...great colours also hugs x trace x

Meggymay said...

Fantastic pair of tags, super details.
Yvonne x

Krisha said...

It is good to have inspiration from somebody, but always be yourself and it will show in your work. LOVE the tags, better than Mr. H.

chrissies said...

Wonderful tags Cindy such rich colours.

Love Chrissie x

Denise Fletcher said...

These are deliciously gorgeous!

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