Wednesday, 19 September 2012

"Whodunit?"

A tag, inspired by the new Steampunk Junkies challenge blog ( which will be entered with this project of course):


I am also entering in at Loves Rubberstamps Challenge with it, where they ask for selfmade backgrounds.

This background, made out of one of my glossy cardstock party plates, which I love to use as small palettes for acrylic colour painting or glueing, actually was an "accident" that happened while I was playing around with stencils and gold acrylic colour, which I afterwards treated with AAI.

The rather suspicious person on the right (SHE did it!!!) is a picture from my fabulous beloved "Steampunk Sourcebook", stamped images (Tim Holtz stamps) were embossed with aged copper embossing enamel and black "Sternenstaub", paper scrap (inked on the torn edges with Distress ink "pumice stone") comes from BoBunny's et cetera Collection.

Some close-ups as usual:

22 comments:

  1. Geniales Tag, die Struktur ist klasse.

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    1. :) Na, das ging ja flugs!

      Lieben Dank, Silvia,

      für den lieben Besuch hier!!!


      Herzliche Grüße,
      die amelie xx

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  2. Grandios, superklasse gewerkelt.

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    1. Oh, lieben Dank, Margot!

      Das freut mich aber!!!!!

      Busserl,
      Claudia

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  3. Vielen Dank für deinen lieben Kommentar, dein Blog ist auch sehr sehr schön, es gibt hier echt viele tolle Sachen zu sehen, da schaue ich auch gern wieder rein!liebe Grüße aus Bremen:)

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    1. War mir ein Vergnügen! :)
      Man sieht sich also. Wie schön!

      LG,
      die amelie

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  4. Big WOW! The embossed images are sensational against that outstanding background... I've just got the sourcebook, so looking forward to playing!
    Alison x

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    1. :) Alison,

      you just got the book? Why does this not surprise me? ;)
      Love this book, even though it is mostly because of the victorian engravings mainly. "Steampunkery" is a nice add to me. *g
      So I am curiously looking forward to your first project done with this sourcebook!!!

      Hugs,
      die amelie xxx

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  5. This is AWESOME! I love all the textures and layers you packed onto your tag! You totally rocked the background challenge at Loves Rubberstamps! Thank you so much for playing along this week!

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    1. So enjoyed your challenge, Laura!

      Thank you for this awesome laud and the lovely visit!!!!

      die amelie x

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  6. Love this fabulous tag, the textures and the background colors are amazing. Love the image. Thanks for playing with us over at Loves Rubberstamps!!!

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    1. Thank you, Holly,

      for this lovely visit of yours!!!! :)

      die amelie xx

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  7. this is fab Amelie, love your use of the embossing enamel. thanks for your comments on my blog - I didn't know I'd won - a great surprise after a hard day at work!

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    1. You're welcome, Carol!

      So glad, you like my tag and that I could surprise you with something good after a hard working day!

      die amelie x

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  8. Oooh, Claudia, ich bin sooo begeistert von Deinem Tag. Das ist so großartig gewerkelt und sieht super aus

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    1. Danke dir, Rosie!

      Ich freu mich riesig über dein schönes Lob und den lieben Besuch hier!

      Busserl,
      Claudia

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  9. What a really gorgeous tag, love how you did the background! Fantastic Job!
    Thanks for playing with us at Loves Rubberstamps!

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    1. Thank you, Jacqueline,

      for your lovely visit and for the great laud! :)

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  10. Scary but totally marvellous tag... amazing work with embossing!!!

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    1. She IS looking scary. Oh, yesss!

      The right tag for stories of crime and murder. ;)

      Greetings to you from Vienna,
      Claudia xx

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  11. I love tags!
    this is lovely!
    I apologise that it has taken me so long to get to you... thank you for joining us at steampunk junkies!
    hugs
    Debbi x

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    1. No need to apologise, Debbi,

      as you stopped by NOW! Thank you for the lovely visit, which I am really glad about!!!

      die amelie x

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