I used a 2 inch wide duct tape that I taped on two pieces of aquarelle paper (2×6).
I ran the two pieces through my Cuttlebug, using the Scrollwork die from Tim Holtz. Make sure you get the two patterns opposite each other.
Then I ran them through an embossing folder (Sizzix texture fades collection).
Now it´s time to bring out the mess!
I´ve chosen to use alcohol ink Lettuce and Copper mixative.
Add some colour to the alcohol ink applicator. Note. This is NOT the same as an ink blending tool. The tool itself is the same, but the ink applicator uses felt while the ink blending tool uses foam. Shake your mixative well and add some mixative to the applicator.
Then add some ink blending solution and start apply the colours to the die.
Cut three pieces of paper, one black 6×12 (fold into 6×6), one white 5.75×5.75 and one black 5.5×5.5.
I stamped a little cocky text with a Tim Holtz stamp and added copper eyelets in the corners.
I assembled everything on the 5.5×5.5 paper. Unfortunately I can´t show you how I made the wheels since they´ve been in a drawer for some time now. But I remember how I made them, so here´s a short explanation…
Spray Glimmer Mist English Ivy on parts of the wheels and the rest of it with Glimmer Mist Coffee Shop. Add clear Utee powder while it´s still wet and heat with an embossing tool. I made mine “roll” away from the heat on purpose to make it look like they are wet. I didn´t want the powder to look like regular embossing powder.