Wednesday, September 17, 2014

September Tag 2014 - A New Fall Dress


It's time for the September 2014 Tag over at Tim Holtz.com.  Here's a look at Tim's tag and it is stunning. Such an interesting technique with alcohol inks this month. 









I have my tag ready to share with you. 

Fall is just about here and the Fall colors are always so gorgeous. 

You know, every girl needs a new dress for the Fall. To make the dress, I used a stamp from the Visual Artistry Stampers Anonymous Seamless Experience stamp collection. 

Then,  I got wild with alcohol inks and the Autumn Gatherings decorative strip. Wow, that was fun. I followed Tim's steps carefully since using the Alcohol Ink Cardstock was new for me.








Here's a pic of my background for the tag before the stamping and leaves. I used the Measured THS012 stencil and citrus alcohol ink. I used several pieces of the alcohol ink cardstock trying to find a good color. I remember Tim said to use a light color but I didn't have the lake mist he was featuring. 










Then the image was stamped. The leaves were made and layered from the bottom up so each layer could have a little "fluff" and curling of the edges.










In making the leaves, all I could think about were the vibrant colors of Fall, using the oranges, yellows, reds of alcohol inks worked great. Love, love the colors. The Copper Mixatives gave the palette a big boost.











A few extra leaves were attached to the hanger in case they were needed. 


It could get windy!!






There you have it, the September Tag 2014 - A New Fall Dress.





Linking to:

Tim Holtz 12 Tags of 2014: September

Supplies: 
Tim Holtz - Idea-ology: Hanger Clips, Pitch Fasteners
Remnant Rubs - Numbers, Botanicals,
Alcohol Inks
Black Tag

1 comment:

Mary Elizabeth said...

This just caught my eye Judy when I was looking back over Tim's instructions for the September tag. I absolutely adore it. Love the layered leaves on the dressform and hangerand your use of the remnant rubs are fantastic!! Pinned!!! Wishing you a wonderful weekend. -- Mary Elizabeth