Friday, October 25, 2013

Layering Stencil Fun...

Hi folks...I'm still here and feeling much better...looks like the combined efforts of Neurofen and a thrice daily Tbsp of Manuka Honey with a sprinkle of Cinnamon Powder are doing the trick...don't want to tempt fate but I have a sneaky feeling Mr Nasty is packing his bags as we speak so time to crack on with the crafty stuff and share my titivated tags from Day 2 of the fabulous Online Classes over at Creative Chemistry 102. Who would have thought you could do so much with what is basically a sheet of plastic with holes cut out...only our wonderful Professor...Mr TH could take the humble stencil to such dizzy heights...
time to make a cuppa...grab a comfy sofa and prepare yourselves for another photofest of the genius that is Tim Holtz...




love this rusted enamel look...




 and my favourite technique from the class...



I'm off to pack up my Fiskars kit for tomorrow's demo at Hobbycraft Aberdeen so if you're in the neighbourhood why don't you pop in and meet Mr Fuse...he's ready to show you what he can do...we would love to see you so come along and have a play.
Hugs Kath xxx

14 comments:

...the yorkshire fox... said...

...glad to hear your on the mend Kath :) ....these little darlings are stunning, especially love the tall trees and the Christmas tree, fabulous colours too...have a super time at Hobby craft wish I lived closer...Mel:)xx
where can you buy those stencils Kath?? The place I've looked have none in stock :(((
Thank you also for your lovely comments and support X

Jane said...

Fab tags Kath, such amazing techniques my fave is the embossing tag with the trees...stunning work. Glad you are on the mend and have a good weekend x

NGCARDS said...

Lovely tags kath, the ink monoprint was my favourite too! ccc

Redanne said...

Wow Kath, Tim will be delighted to see these beauties, for sure! The mixed media stencilling is still my favourite technique (along with the crackled glass) overall and yours is a stunner. Good to hear that you are feeling better. Have a great weekend. Hugs, Anne x

rachel said...

these are beautiful - really fabulous - hope the cold is on his way out the door xx

L├╝cki said...

wow, great techniques and lovely tags!
katrin

Lorraine said...

Gorgeous tags Kath, I love the designs.
Glad to hear you're feeling better
Lorraine x

Betty said...

love love love all your tags - now i think i NEED those stencils!!

craftyfoxglove said...

Glad to hear you're feeling better and taking cinnamon with the Manuka honey sounds like a great idea as I find it tastes a little 'funky' otherwise. Love the tags and the colours are so vibrant. Have a great weekend.
Valxxx

Virginia L. said...

Gorgeous ---all of them! Tim and Mario would be proud! Happy to know that you are feeling better! Hugs!

Paper Junkie said...

So pleased you are feeling better Kath - what brilliant tags and all so different from each other, you clever thing! X

trish said...

Hi Kath, good to read that your feeling a lot better, hope this rain today doesn't make you feel yuk again. Loved your cards yesterday and the tags today are so nice. That wee birdie stamp is a beauty and I still haven't bought it yet. Hope you have a busy day tomorrow, at least it's nay too far from home...Trish

Lynsey said...

Beautiful work Kath! Your tags are stunning!
Hugs Lynsey x

Leauriy said...

Love the rusted enamel look w/the honey comb stencil, how did you achieve that look???

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