Another new process that I learned here was to cut a mask using a die. I had recently purchased the Tim Holtz Mask Sheets and I cut my own gear mask using the Gadget Gears die. It was super easy and now I have a gear mask that I can use over and over again.
I threw everything but the kitchen sink at this one including UTEE, Rock Candy Distress Crackle Paint, Vintage Photo Distress Stain, Rusty Wire Mesh, Rusty bottlecap, Chipboard alphabet decorative strip die, a rusty bottle cap, a new Tim Holtz mini gear, burlap, burlap twine and corrugated cardboard. I've included thumbnails below of the products that I used from The Funkie Junkie Boutique. Just click the thumbnail or name to take you to shop for the product at the amazing prices I have on Tim Holtz/Ranger products.
And before I leave you, I just wanted to show you a comparison between the regular sized tag and this jumbo 8x4" tag.
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