Tuesday, October 12, 2010

Tag Tuesday - Moon and A Skinny

At Kard Krazy the subject today was "Moon" for Tag Tuesday. I was in the Steampunk mood.

Steampunk Moon
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The moon was hand colored with Sakura pen, the little man came from my stash, I used some rubber stamping and Spica pens and metal embellishments "rusted" with alcohol ink.

I made a Skinny yesterday for the Vintage Skinny Oriental Swap on Swap-Bot.
                                                                                 
Vintage Japanese Skinny
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Vintage Japanese characters on rice paper, old Coke bottle cap I flattened then tinted with alcohol inks, picture of vintage Japanese lady, tape transfer from a 1919 postcard, fabric leaves, flower sequin trim and distress inks.

Hope everyone's Tuesday is a good one!

14 comments:

  1. Love your tag...so much to look at! It should not work but it does really well.....thanks for sharing!

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  2. Oh love your moon tag!!!! Very ethereal!!!
    XO

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  3. I love them both and I am always partial to the Steampunk ones. It is so interesting with the embellishments and the way you use them. I think the fabric leaves on the Japanese ties it all together and it's very pretty. Love you!

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  4. Love the Steampunk theme! Fantastic tag.

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  5. What a fabulous and fanciful tag! Love every wonderful detail. The skinny is so beautiful, too - love the vine. :)

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  6. Your moon looks very happy in the steampunk world. Nicely done, Rebecca.

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  7. Rebecca, this is just the coolest tag...very creative thinking on your part!

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  8. Hi Rebecca,
    I love your creations--and yes, the mining story is purely amazing!!!
    XO

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  9. Super cool elements to this moon tag. Love it.
    Ann

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  10. Fantastic take on this theme, love your steampunk moon tag.

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  11. Steampunk perfection!!!! Lynne M

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