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Thursday, 2 September 2010

CCC12 - Chipped Enamel

It's week 12 of the Compendium of Curriosities challenge, this weeks technique is chipped enamel which can be found on page 44 of Tim's bible.





I don't have many of the Tim Holtz embellishments, so used a metal tag I had with one of Tim's flowers and added them to a tag.

Colours used: Dusty Concord, Worn Lipstick and Bundled Sage.
Prima script background stamp

My fragments finally came, so hope to make those soon.

12 comments:

  1. Love your color choices. The tag turned out really cool. Thanks for the close-up on the flower.

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  2. That is lovely: Gorgeous colours.
    I must get to doing mine this week. Haven't had much playtime!

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  3. Gorgeous tag! And your chipped enamel looks awesome! Great color combo!! :)

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  4. Great tag ! I love how you used different colors on the background.

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  5. fantastic tag sarah,the chipped enamel looks stunning.really gorgeous colours too :)

    xx coops xx

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  6. Sarah, this turned out beautiful, just loving the pastels you chose. I just love this technique and you accomplished it here beautifully.... :)

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  7. This is so pretty, love what you did on this.

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  8. Your colors are wonderful! Beautiful design!

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  9. Hey, Sarah, this is GORGEOUS! You completely rocked the chipped enamel technique, and I love the soft colors you used on your tag and flower! Beautiful background, too-- the rainbow effect is perfect for the sweet butterfly image. Beautiful job!!!

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  10. This is a great example of the chipped enamel technique. Very sweet colors too. Thanks for sharing.

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  11. Hello Sarah,

    great use of the technique.
    I like the chipped enamel most on the flower. On the tag the shiny part of the metal shows through too much. I had the same "problem" and I only had those shiny metals tags to try this technique :(

    Maybe next time I will try to color the metal first with alcohol inks to "age" it a bit more.
    I'm still glad with how this technique works !

    On your paper tag I like the colors and how they flow in each other.

    greetings from Belgium
    Inge

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