Wednesday, February 13, 2013

Wuh, Wednesday?

It's Wednesday again.  This week I'm sharing some tags I made at Cat's on Saturday.  Once a month, Nanci demonstrates some fabulous techniques and at the end of the day, you go home with at least four fabulous tags!  Nanci is a GREAT demonstrator, she's kind and patient with all of us.  She never dictates our tags or demands we follow and copy her tags to the T. 


Nanci showed us some fun resist techniques with acrylic paint, some ink bleeding and  some fun unique ways to use our fabulous stamps and dies by Tim Holtz and Ranger Inc.    I so enjoy going out to Cat's, I get to see crafty friends, catch up on the latest and there's always a surprise in store for us.  Honestly, you never know who or what will happen at Cat's. 

I have a fifth tag that was not part of our class in the works.  But I'm using some fabby techniques using Tim Holtz Idea-ology Facets, Ornate Frames, one of the Stampers Anonymous sets (  LOVE that dragonfly), a texture fade and loads of Glossy Accents.  THAT'S why it's not done.  It's still wet.  :)  Hopefully after a night of curing, I'll be able to assemble it and show it to you tomorrow.  It was very therapeutic to sit and create today. 

If you enjoy "Blog Candy", please go back and visit's Cat's blog and join in on her weekly blog hop.  Each week she gives the viewers a chance to become the "designer", by linking their blog or gallery with their most recent creation!  We, hop from blog to blog, leaving love.  One random "hopper" will be drawn and win some fabulous FREE stuff from Cat!  How fun is that?  Hope you join along.  So, leave your comment. Then go over to Cat's and link your latest! 

6 comments:

Cat! said...

These turned out beautimous!

Valerie said...

These tags are leaving me speechless! I hate that I didn't get to be there. I was helping my 8month pregnant daughter & family move! Can't wait to see your other "masterpiece"!

Sandy Trefger said...

As always, your tags are fabulous! Love all the yummy details!
~sandy
visit my blog @ sandy's crafty creations

AllisonG said...

Such beautiful tags - I don't know how you can bear to actually use them as tags they are such works of art!

PamC in TX said...

These tags are amazing! I wish I would've done the classes!

marilyn said...

Amazing tags. Wish I could have been there. Love them!

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