Monday, 29 August 2016

Modelling film tag

I made this tag after seeing the current challenge at Tag You're It.

The tag background was made with Brusho, a new product for me but I love the effects you can get with them. The flower was die cut from modelling film, stamped with stazon ink & painted on the reverse with acrylic paint. Once you heat the modelling film with a heat gun it becomes very pliable & you can mold it into shape. You need asbestos hands though I found! It's very hot & you need to move quickly before it hardens, but if you don't like the shape you've made, just heat it again & re-shape.

I hope you like it.

I've been a bit quiet on here lately as we've been on a fab family holiday to Majorca. This has been my view for a fortnight this month ...

So I'm now all rested & recuperated!
I hope you've enjoyed the summer too.

Take care.

Tam x

Poppy Stamps 'Stitched Main Street Tags' die
Stampin' Up bird branch punch
Hero Arts Script stamp
Sentiment: MFT Die-namics 'Polka Dot Greetings' stamp
Clearly For Art modelling film
Brusho; Versafine onyx black ink; Stazon black ink; Deco Art Media fluid acrylic paint, pyrole red; Divine Twine


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  1. How beautiful this is! I love how the modeling film has such a beautiful shape. Thanks for playing along with us at Tag You're It!

  2. Beautiful job, love the background, don't know that product. Many thanks for joining us at Tag You're It Challenge.

  3. I love your take on my tag! This is gorgeous! I especially love the background. Thanks for playing along at Tag You're It challenge :)

  4. Thank you ladies for your comments, really appreciate that xxx