Baked Tag Art - 'Discover' by Amanda Pink

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Hi Everyone

Welcome to my Thursday Weekly post of Creativity!
This week I have been baking with Seth Apters /Emerald Creeks Baked Texture Embossing Powders to create a Grungy tag embellished with some of my own 'rusty' findings.


I have used 5 of the 7 2018 debut release of Baked Textures - Chunky Rust, Green Patina, Dirty Sand, Ancient Amber and Vintage Beeswax. That's Crafty! have them available to order along with this years release of Baked Textures, of which there are 12 new flavours. Be sure to check them out here and here.

My substrate is a #8 That's Crafty! Greyboard tag. I primed it with Gesso and then scraped texture paste roughly and randomly over the surface. Whilst the paste was still wet I began adding the Baked Texture EP's sprinkling them over the surface one by one until the tag was fully covered. I then applied heat using a heat gun and watched the BT's transform and the magic happen!
Once I had a carpet of melted colour and texture I continued to add sprinklings of the various flavours wherever I felt they were needed, heat setting as I sprinkled- no rules just following my creative muse until I was happy.


Here's a few close ups of the rich pools and sprinklings of melted colour


aswell as the fabulous grungy texture achieved by the texture paste/BT combination.


The Focal Feature
For the base layer I created a rusty panel using sand texture paste and DecoArt Media Fluids


and for the second layer I heat embossed a piece of old 'chocolate box' packaging with Patina Oxide and Chunky Rust.


A close up shows you more of those sprinklings


To embellish I dug out a few of my rusty metal findings that I discovered when out and about last year clocking up my 'steps' . I thought they would be well suited to my grungy baked tag. 


With the 'rust' already present I just simply caught the edges with metallic wax before adhering in place along with a couple of eyelets.


I adhered a big chat sticker to an off cut of greyboard, tinted it with Distress ink and heat embossed it with Vintage Beeswax.


To finish off I threaded some jute through the tag hole and bound it with some metal wire


Products Used:

That's Crafty! Surfaces White/Greyboard Tag #8
That's Crafty! Surfaces White/Greyboard: a small piece cut from any of the available solid surfaces
Cardstock
Gesso
DecoArt Sand Texture Paste
Ranger Texture Paste
Seth Apter/Emerald Creek Texture Embossing Powders: Chunky Rust, Patina Oxide, Dirty Sand, Ancient Amber, Vintage Beeswax.
VersaMark Embossing ink
DecoArt Media Fluids: Burnt Sienna, Burnt Umber, Raw Umber, Paynes Grey, Quinacridone Gold
Prima Marketing/Finnabair Art Alchemy Metallique Wax: Vintage GoldRich Copper
That's Crafty! All Purpose Adhesive
Tim Holtz Distress Ink - Old Paper
Tim Holtz Big Chat stickers
Palette Knife
Heat Gun
Paper Trimmer/ Guillotine
Rusty Metal Findings
Chocolate box packaging
Eyelets
Copper wire
Patina Jute threads

I hope you have enjoyed your time here with me today and that maybe my 'Baking' has offered some creative inspiration.
Thanks for taking the time to stop by.
Hope you all have a great week and hope to see you again next week .... same time, same place
Take Care
Amanda
x

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8 comments

  1. Absolutely adore the baked textures you have created here Amanda x The colour combination id delightful as are the rusty findings x Very inspiring post and I shall definitely be having a play with my old powders xx

    Huge hugs Annie x

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  2. Well this is certainly amazing! Your “baking” is a feast for the eyes! Thanks for sharing

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  3. An absolute triumph of baked textures Amanda. So much varied texture from the different substrates and the colours are so luscious with your rusty findings (only wish I could find some like those too!)
    Fliss xx

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  4. Ooooooh not that’s what I call baking, fabulous Amanda
    Love
    Amanda x

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  5. Absolutely stunning Amanda, the texture is fabulous! Anne xx

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  6. Brilliant tag, Amanda! Your textured layers are delicious and calorie-free to boot! I was especially delighted by your chocolate box filler layer, which I spotted as being such right away! Can you tell I am a choc-o-holic? Thank you for your wonderful inspiration and sharing your process! Hugs!

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  7. All those layers are just scrumptious! :D

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  8. Such brilliant textures built up with the powders (and look, I've got all of those ones - but at home of course!). And the rusty panel is pure perfection. Another amazing creation full of inspiration.
    Alison x

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