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Thursday, 27 June 2013

*Blames Darcy Wilkinson*

My friend Darcy has been/is guest DTing this week at PaperArtsy. She never fails to amaze me with her awesome imagination!!!
One of her simpler projects was to make her own fancy tapes, so with a few minutes waiting for thicker paint to dry I thought I'd have a go...
and this is what I came up with :D
Darcy's post is much more in depth, covering all the different "tapes" you can use, but I just tried basic masking tape...
stuck onto basic greaseproof paper as a carrier sheet...

painted with a thin layer of craft acrylics...

and over stamped with archival ink and *I think* Anna Griffin Iron work stamps...

built up until happy, then strips cut out to use later :D(see top photo)
Nice easy project, why not check out Darcy's post and see if you have any of the stuff she used just lying around waiting to play?

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10 comments:

  1. looks awesome Gina, well done. Can't wait to see what you use the tapes for.

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  2. I've had a play with masking tape and stamping before Gina and it really does come out great, might have to add paint as well see what else I can come up with! Love what you've created!

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  3. How cool, your tapes are gorgeous, fantastic bright colors and images.

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  4. Hi Gina! I love visiting your beautiful blog! That tape looks fabulous - really effective! The colour and the images go so well together. I tried masking tape too, but I'd like to experiment with some others: it's such fun and easy to do. Thanks for sharing. Julie Ann xx

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  5. Very cool!!! Love the colors and images you used Gina ;o)

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  6. Your tapes are beautiful Gina! Love the colours & images you used!
    Alison x

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  7. Wow stunning tapes, I love the greens and the images you used are awesome :-) Kezzy xxx

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  8. Very cool Gina, love the zesty colours. Thanks for playing along with Darcy's inspirational challenge this week.

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  9. Love the colours you chose for this and they look really cool. I will have to catch up with Darcy's antics. I need a brew and a bickki me thinks lol Dxx

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