Well! It has been a while since I've been able to participate in Linda's Studio L3 Grungy Monday Series and I feel like an outsider! LOL! This week we had the task of using Tim Holtz's foil technique. As I have already been on this machine 45 minutes, and still haven't been able to load Linda's page to get the link, I'm going to send you to her to get the info from Tim...trust me, it will be better for all of us.
And since I couldn't get to his link all week I had to guess at the actual procedure. Maybe thats why mine is such a mess! Actually, it doesn't look a such mess in person, but as you can see from the detail image below...omg! I wish I had thought I wanted gold foil before I did the border, and used the Butterscotch AI before I embossed. That may have made it much more blended. And as you can see, I'm still trying to find a great way to use those reindeer...still not sure of this one, but getting closer. The little saying is from Memory Box...as a huge fan of "So You Think You Can Dance", I just had to have it!
The AI's I used are butterscotch, cranberry, meadow and espresso. The deer die is Tim's, and the stamp with all the names I believe is from Hero Arts---a very old hero arts! I'm also totally getting into the Spellbinders dies, which cut out the main layer and the saying layer. (And I'm still typing as I'm still loading the photo...the air is blue here!) For Christmas, I want someone to convince the Broadband suppliers that denying people broadband just because of their somewhat un-populated location is cruel and unusual punishment, particularly since we are over a decade into the 21st Century! How is this progress!!!??? OK, photos loaded, rant over...I'll stop now.
So, to see some fine examples of this technique, hop over to Linda's and explore away. Have a great weekend everyone.