This is the last sample that I have to share from the Vintage Inventor shows -
For the base layer of the tag I used a cool Tim Holtz technique. I used a cream tag. I dragged my Vintage Photo Distress Ink Pad over my Craft Sheet and spritzed with some water. I then popped my tag straight on top and swirled it around a little. I removed it and then dried with my heat tool. I then popped it back on to the ink to collect some splashes of ink and dried it again. I repeated this until I was happy with the result.
Next I stamped the Creative Expressions Scattered Words stamp with Vintage Photo. It's a big stamp so it covered the whole tag.
I used the That Special Touch Metal Effect Mask on the bottom left-hand corner and inked through with Vintage Photo.
I dyed some American Seam Binding with Vintage Photo Distress Ink. I crumpled it up whilst drying it with my heat tool.
I stamped the embellishments from the Vintage Illusion stamp set using Coffee Archival Ink, cut them out and coloured them with Vintage Photo Distress Ink.
I stamped the sentiment from the Vintage Treasures stamp set using the Coffee Archival and cut it into sections. I inked around the edges of each section with the Coffee Archival.
I assembled the tag as shown adding a Creative Expressions Faux Screw Brad in Antique Gold.
I hope you've enjoyed the Vintage Inventor projects that I've shown over the past few months. Who knows, he may well pop up again in the future!
Thanks for stopping by.