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May 3, 2011

The Wild West at Gingersnap Creations

I have the honor and privilege of being chosen as one of the "Visting Artist" for the month of May at Gingersnap Creations. A blog challenge that I frequent so often for art inspiration and tutorials.... there are some wonderfully creative people at GC.
So let's start the Hoedown Y'all... This month we're headed west ...... The Wild West. Yep that's our theme, and this week the technique we'd like you to do is "masking."My image was a stamp from Oxford Impressions from the "Cowgirl Blues". I used Tim Holtz "Weathered Clock" Alteration diecut and cut out my own mask using Ideaology Mask Sheets. Reckoned I needed to distress things up abit so I used Faded Jeans and Vintage Photo for the base colors and the images were stamped using Brown Timber Stazon. Whoa Nellie !!!! what's that I found but a bunch of old pieces of copper, so I did a bit of sanding on them and stapled some on the tag. And the clock hands were embossed with copper UTEE and then chipped off. Take time to mosey on over to Gingersnap for all the deets on this months challenges. for some unbelievable talent and exciting inspiration. xoxo Toni

9 comments:

Anna-Lotta said...

Wonderful :)

jacirascrap said...

Bela tag cowgirl!

PetraB said...

A terrific tag! Absolutely love the combination of colour, background and images.

Sue said...

Hi Toni, love your Midnight Cowgirl tag. Copper elements are perfect! Fun reading your post too.

Annar said...

Fantastic TAG !

Rosa-kreattiva said...

davvero belle le tue creazioni
complimenti
saluti dall'italia rosa.kreattiva

stampdiva said...

Hi Toni
Thank you so much for visiting my Blog and your sweet comment on my "She Knew No Fear" fabric collage.
Now onto your artwork. Love the colours and those stamps. You created a perfect faded wild west look to your tag.
Wishes
Lynne M

Shar said...

Fabulous tag! Beautiful composition!

Silvia(Barnie) said...

Beautiful tag, love this Oxford plate.

art (ärt) noun - supplement, alter, or counteract the work of nature. The conscious production or arrangement of sounds, colors, forms, movements, or other elements in a manner that affects the sense of beauty.