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SMS Spring Wobbles Tag


This weeks SMS TTC is all about Wobbles.  This is my first time using them.  Is it ok I cut them all up????

I picked up this fun Steampunk stamp set yesterday and it's all about this Steampunk Gentleman!  Also, a spring stamp I versamarked and clear embossed so it would resist the ink.  I pulled out all the colours I used for the tag and distressed and inked away!

This is how I use my inks.  This way I can see the colours and they are all ready to layer!

I stamped the gentleman in Archival black, then stamped and embossed right over him.

I used 2 mini misters, plain water on my fingers and flicked for big water drops.  Then some with a gold simmer.  I then set it with hairspray.

DOMINO'S!!!!  I used a bunny for the Seasonal TH pack, glued, sanded and inked.

I shrunk my gears with the melting pot last week.  Then inked them with some bright alcohol inks.  I also dabbed some on some white flowers. 

Once the altered domino was glued on the tag I layered it in Diamond Glaze.


I wrapped some speckled eggs and flowers together then glued. 


The Wobble is the crystal blue butterfly.  I trimmed the top on the Wobble and stuck on the butterfly. 



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Comments

  1. Love, love it, Beautiful. Hugs Pammejo

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  2. Absolutely gorgeous!!
    How did you get your gears to shrink so perfectly and flat? My stuff never comes out very good :(

    Thanks for sharing, can always count on you for beautiful work! :)
    Kim

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  3. cool tags. I really love how you have so full of color

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  4. Great tag Nicole!
    I agree that bunny does look like he could be from Alice in Wonderland.
    Why am I not surprised that you cut the wobble up, teehee.

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  5. Fabulous job! Where did you find the wooden blocks for your distress inks?

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