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Wednesday, 7 October 2015

We're Off To See The Wizard

Hi, and welcome from sunny Tenerife. I may not be home, but it's still Wednesday so it must be time for a Stampotique challenge.
This week Coby is asking us to make a tag, or use a tag on our project. I love to make tags so I really enjoyed this one.
Time to gather supplies, DecoArt Multi Surface paints in (not so) subtle colours lol.
I wanted to try the bokah effect with paint rather than ink.
With DecoArt gesso over the top.
Looking a bit better now it's cut into tags.
Time for the Media paints now for the guys.
We have Cowardly Lion
Tin Man
and Scarecrow. The words are from France's Typewriter Alpha.
Thanks for the fab challenge Coby.
I hope you join in too and show us a tag in your artwork.
Hope you like mine, and thanks very much for looking x

11 comments:

  1. Beautiful work, have fun on your holiday! Hugs, Valerie

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  2. Terrific ideas on these Sue..hope it stays sunny for you.

    Love Chrissie xx

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  3. Wonderful tags Sue and I've never tried that effect with paints just inks so thanks for the inspiration!
    Hugs
    Donna xxx

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  4. I do like your artwork. Fantastic tags and love the Bokeh effect. Hope you are having a fantastic time in the sun !
    Corrie x

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  5. brilliant tags Sue - i adore these!!! Brilliant makes and thanks for the tutorial too xx

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  6. oh these are super hun love,the colours,brilliant tutorial as always hugs Cherylxxx

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  7. These are such fun tags, Sue - now I'm wanting to do my own wizardly ones! xo

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  8. Such fun tags with those quirky characters. Hope you're enjoying lots of sunshine in Tenerife... I've nothing but rain in Norway!
    Alison xx

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  9. Love your tags Sue!! Have a lovely weekend xx

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  10. Great tags Sue, have a wonderful time in Tenerife. Deb xo

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  11. Love your tags again Sue, they are so cute!!! And that's great to see how you have used paints instead of inks to do your bokeh background. gorgeous result! xx

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Thank you so much for your comments x