Thursday, 14 February 2013

Tiny Tin

Today I gave another Fossil tin a timeworn treatment. (Thank you, Caroline, for the tiny tin - it was just perfect for the ornament I wanted to use on it!)

This is the result of some die cutting (the "baroque ornament" is a Sizzlits die) from black foam rubber and glueing the ornament onto the tin, some acrylic paint coating and dry brushing and the use of a stud, which I treated with alcohol inks:



Some close-ups too of course:











Hope you like it! I am entering SSSS's "messy" challenge with it.

Wishes,
die amelie x

29 comments:

  1. Wow...it looks as if it is so old, just coming out of the ground...great work Claudia.

    bye for now, Alie :-)

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  2. You achieved a beautiful aged effect with your treatment. What a remarkable transformation.

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  3. Das sieht fantastisch aus! Ich bin begeistert:-)

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  4. Das sieht total genial aus wow. Also diese Struktur noch auf der ganzen Schachtel und dann diesen schlichten "Knopf" obendrauf macht echt was her.
    Spitze!!!
    XOXO
    SanDee

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  5. It's terrific, it looks really old. Did you have to use Gesso first?

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  6. stunning with the trade mark textures, love it

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  7. Wowwowowow, das sieht super aus. Ein aufwendiges und sehr schönes Werk

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  8. LOVE this!! The texture is amazing, it looks like thick rusted metal, brilliant!!

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  9. cooooooooool! Hope you have a great day, waving hi from the hills of North Carolina ♥

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  10. Fab textures on this make trace x

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  11. Boah so klasse - das möchte ich auch irgendwann können - ich liebe sowas total! Das hast du wieder einmal wunderschön gestaltet - ich liebe deine Arbeiten sehr!
    Liebe Grüße, Dagmar

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  12. Oh this is fabulous Claudia. I could just imagine it being unearthed as a treasure from many centuries ago. Such amazing texture. Hugs, Jenny x

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  13. das ist ein toller effekt ! gefällt mir !

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  14. Oh Ohoooo...ich glaube uns beide könnte man in einen Raum einschließen und wir würden uns nicht eine Minute langweilen (:o)An der Dose nagt der Zahn der Zeit. Fantastisch!!(:o)

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  15. The texture on this is amazing...perfect for 'messy' challenge but definitely a 'beautiful' messy!!! Love from Laura xxxxx

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  16. That was a terrific idea to cut the ornament from foam rubber as it gives the piece so much dimension. Love the way you have created so much texture too. Tis is a beautiful piece. Anne x

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  17. The Tin look great, the Time worn Technique have great uses. I have nominated you for a Liebster Award, I hope you don't mine. Check out my blog for details.

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  18. What a fun tiny tin! You're so good with the time worn techniques! Stunning! Thank you so much for joining us at Simon Says Stamp and Show. Hugs, Sandra

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  19. I love it, Claudia... like a precious heirloom exavated from the earth... womderful texture and ageing! I love what you're creating with these dies - I've looked at them a couple of times thinking they must be useful and, oh boy, are you showing me how!
    Alison xx

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  20. That, of course, would be excavated!
    Axx

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  21. Love the time worn technique you've used! I have to learn this one.

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  22. When are you coming to visit me? hehe, it's gorgeous I'd love to know(see) how you did this!

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  23. SO very cool...love the texture you have achieved! Thanks so much for joining us at Simon Says Stamp and Show :)

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  24. Fabulous aged, rusted piece. Love the dimensional piece on the top. Great texture. Looks so tactile. Thanks so much for joining in the Simon Says Stamp and Show Challenge. Tracy x x

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  25. Oh wow!! This tiny tin is amazing!!! I LOVE it! You are a very talented artist with wonderful ideas. Love your work!

    Thank you so much for the very nice comment you left on my blog about the metallic hot air balloon! So glad you liked it so much!!
    Hugs,
    Candy

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  26. Fabulous work, i love it!!!

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  27. Super schöne Vintage Arbeiten, die Du hier zeigst! Da muss ich mich gleich mal einklinken ;o) um alles mitzukriegen.
    LG Ozawa

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  28. Sieht grandios aus!!!! Wirklich toll!!!!

    LG!

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