venerdì 31 luglio 2020

A VINTAGE JOURNEY TAG FRIDAY JULY

Ciao a tutti! Il mese di Luglio sta per finire ed eccoci con l'ultimo appuntamento su A Vintage Journey  Challenge Blog,  cioè Tag Friday! Sul Blog troverete tante ispirazioni delle nostre Creative Guides, tanti stili, tanti bellissimi  progetti perciò vi aspettiamo!  

Hello everyone! The month of July is about to end and here we are with the last appointment on A Vintage Journey Challenge Blog, that is Tag Friday! On the Blog you will find a lot of inspirations by our Creative Guides, many styles, many wonderful projects, we are waiting for you!



Anche oggi vi mostro due tags con sfondo a base Alcohol inks... prometto che per il prossimo progetto cambio tipo di base!
Oggi ho provato due tecniche che mi piacciono tantissimo e che Tim Holtz ha spiegato meravigliosamente QUI e QUI!

Even today I show you two tags with Alcohol inks-based background ... I promise that for the next project I will change the type of background!
Today I tried two techniques that I like very much and that Tim Holtz explained wonderfully HERE and HERE!



La prima tecnica consiste nel preparare la propria base con i colori di Alcohol ink che preferite e poi scegliere uno stencil, posizionarlo in modo che stia veramente aderente alla tag, poi spruzzare il Distress resist. Togliete lo stencil e lasiate asciugare completamente il dDistress resiti. A questo punto usando la Splat box, fate stare in piedi la tag e spruzzate con il Mini minster la Blending solution. Magia... le parti coperte da Distress Resist restano splendidamente colorate mentre il resto della tag piano piano perde il colore. L'effetto a mio parere è bellissimo.

The first technique is achieved by preparing your base with the Alcohol inks you prefer and then choosing a stencil, positioning it so that it is truly adherent to the tag, then spraying the Distress Resist. Remove the stencil and allow the Distress Resist to dry completely. At this point, using the Splat box, make the tag stand up and spray the Blending solution with the Mini minster. Magic ... the parts covered by Distress Resist remain beautifully colored while the rest of the tag slowly loses color. The effect in my opinion is fabulous!


La seconda tecnica è praticamente l'opposto della prima. Preparate la vostra base con gli alcohol inks e poi utilizzand uno stencil passate un mini blending applicator imbevuto di Alcohol lift ink, quello in gocce. Immediatamente i colori ad alcohol se ne andranno evidenziando il disegno dello stencil! Bellissimo anche questo!
Entrambe le tecniche sono facili ma vi consiglio di guardare i due video di Tim perchè riesce a insegnare trucchetti molto utili oltre a spiegare magnificamente le tecniche!
Ecco i dettagli

The second technique is practically the opposite of the first. Prepare your base with alcohol inks, choose your stencil and use and a mini blending applicator soaked in Alcohol Lift ink, the one in drops. Immediately the alcohol colors will go away highlighting the stencil design! This effect is also fantastic!
Both techniques are easy but I suggest you watch Tim's two videos because he can teach very useful tricks as well as explain the techniques beautifully!
Here are the details









Grazie per avermi seguito fin qui, vi ricordo che su A Vintage Journey Challenge Blog potete trovare tantissimi propgetti e sispirazioni perciò fate un salto e visitate i Blog delle nostre Guide Creative! Grazie per essere passati, ci vediamo qui presto!

Thank you for following me so far, I remind you that on A Vintage Journey Challenge Blog you can find many projects and inspirations so check out our Blog and visit the Blogs of our Creative Guides! Thanks for stopping by, see you here soon!

Barbara

7 commenti:

scrappergirl56 ha detto...

Great tags and both techniques are fabulous...

Annie ha detto...

Your tags are fabulous Barbara and I love the alcohol ink and stencilled backgrounds you created. Perfect adornments too x

I hope you are staying safe and well

Hugs Annie xx

Let's Art Journal ha detto...

Such amazing tags! I love the alcohol ink backgrounds that you created, they look so amazing and provide the perfect backdrop for those handsome gentleman and quotes 😀. Happy Tag Friday! Hugs, Jo x

Julia Aston ha detto...

I just love all the backgrounds you have been making from Tim’s classes Barbara! These two are just wonderful in both colors and stencils used. Beautiful designs with your paper dolls and sentiments! xx

butterfly ha detto...

Jaw-droppingly cool backgrounds, Barbara - wish I had put some alcohol ink in my travelling stash now! You chose the perfect Paper Dolls to go with the vivid industrial grunge look - these are amazing tags.
Alison x

Jennie Atkinson ha detto...

I love love love those backgrounds !!! absolutely stunningly beautiful. And then your fabulous embellishments .... all work beautifully x

Astrid Maclean ha detto...

Two absolutely gorgeous tags Barbara, wow, thos AI backgrounds look amazing and I love how you have finished them, a stunning pair!