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This month the designers were given Distress Crayons Set 9 to create and inspire with.
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Here is my finished project:
I started by gathering up my Distress Crayons, a couple of tags (covered in white gesso)
and a couple of stencils. These stencils are the Autumn layering stencils from Tim Holtz.
I used both the large and mini sizes.
Distress Crayons Set #9 includes these colours: Barn Door, Ripe Persimmon, Pine Needles, Faded Jeans, Dusty Concord & Brushed Corduroy.
I started by scribbling Dusty Concord, Ripe Persimmon, & Brushed Corduroy randomly over my gesso covered tag. I find the colours blend best over gesso. I sprayed some water on my spalt mat and used my finger to blend the colours on my tag.
Next I took the large Autumn tag and with a baby wipe removed some of the crayon.
I repeated this technique with the mini Autumn stencil.
For my second tag - I used the same colours of Distress Crayons and stencils bu changed my technique. This time I used a blending tool and a slightly damp blending foam to apply the crayon through the stencil. Again this tag has been covered with white gesso.
These were both tags at this point - one very bold & the other very subtle.
Before continuing I finished the edges of the tag with Distress Crayons - Dusty Concord on this one an Ripe Persimmon on the other (sorry, no pic)
I used my Bird Crazy & Crazy Dog stamp & die set for my focal points & coloured them in with a water brush pen and Distress Crayons.
I used the coordinating dies and cut out my images in black fun foam.
This game my stamped images a bit of dimension when adhered to my tag.
For my foliage I created a third tag using the distress crayons & the Bubbles Mini Stencil.
I used the small smallest dies from the Fall Foliage die set to cut out a bunch of leaves.
After adhering the leaves and stamped image to my tag I finished it off with a Small Talk sticker from the occasions pack.
Thank you so much for stopping by my blog today! Now head over to Karen's blog for even more Distress Crayon Inspiration.
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