Tuesday, 27 May 2014

Tarmac technique with Designs By Ryn

 

Hello!

I had to try out the Tarmac technique at home, it's so much fun! I found a cheap wooden photo frame and decided to jazz it up a bit. The hardest part of this technique I think, is fitting the pieces together so there are no gaps... I'm not quite there yet! I used several stamps from Designs By Ryn (www.designsbyryn.com), Lace (hard to see but it is in the left-hand red section), leopard print and the lovely circles. For some reason my stamping doesn't show up as well on this frame as it does on the clock, got to figure out why before I make my next Tarmac project! Thank you for visiting! Xxxxx

 

 

10 comments:

Stamping With Bibiana said...

love it...you make me want to do one as well :)
bibiana

maria's knutselplezier said...

Super , what a great technique , I have to find how it works and try it once myself, you have made a great project, I love it!!

Greetings
Maria

Judith Taylor - Wright said...

Wow that is stunning hun - a lady on the tele at the weekend was talking about this technique too - oh I know Ali Reeve - must try it out - thanks for sharing hugs Judith x

ElizabethR said...

That's gorgeous love all the different textures and patterns. Elizabeth xxx

Alie Hoogenboezem-de Vries said...

What a gorgeous alteration Wendy! It's bright with a bit of vintagelook, love the patterns and the colours...a great make!
Have a nice day, Alie :-)

Paper Creations by Shirley said...

It's gorgeous Wendy ! Fantastic colours and textures along with the images. Have a great day, Shirleyxx

Pia S said...

Your frame looks fabulous, Wendy! I love the mix of patterns. It looks like a really fun technique to use too!

Karin said...

wow this looks fabulous, great texture and colors!
Groetjes Karin x

Ryn Tanaka said...

Hey Wendy, I love the subtle use of stamps as pattern along the border. Great project! It looks so professional as usual :)

Kate M said...

Super colours and textures - great technique - super project!
xx