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Tuesday, January 17, 2012

Tim Holtz Technique Pendant

And now for something completely different...

L3's challenge this week is to use a technique Tim posted a while back.  In short, you ink up a non-porous surface with reinkers, futz around with it until you're happy, let it dry, stamp an image onto it with archival ink and then wipe it off immediately.  A chemical reaction causes the archival ink to also remove the reinker.  I have to say that it didn't go particularly well but in the end, I ended up with one piece that I can wear without embarassing myself... though I had to "erase" it 2x to get to this point.
Ingredients:
Ink: (Pesto, Stonewashed Alcohol Reinkers) Adirondack, (Perfect Picture Black) Inkadinkado
Stamp: (Etruscan) Stampin' Up
Misc: (Fragment) Tim Holtz, (Crystal Effects) Stampin' Up, Photo Paper, Jewelry Findings


 Here's another that didn't turn out so well but I saved it since it was still one of my better attempts:
Challenges:
Simon Says Stamp: Anything But a Card

7 comments:

  1. Your fragment pendant is beautiful. I love the clear, crisp print that you got from your stamp in the alcohol ink. Great job! Thanks for joining is at Simon Says Stamp and Show. <3 Candy

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  2. Oooooh.... LOVE this technique and your pendant is simply stunning! You did an awesome job! Thanks for sharing the results with us at Simon Says Stamp and Show!

    Ellen :)

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  3. this pendant is awesome and sooooo much cooler in real life! Great to see you today!

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  4. What an interesting technique. I really like how the pendants turned out, even if the bottom one isn't perfect it still looks great.

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  5. This is a beautiful pendant! Looks like a great technique to learn.

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  6. I think they are both beautiful! Kudos for trying a new technique. Thank you for joining us for TAWS blog hop.

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