First, I embossed a tag with a Tim Holtz embossing folder, then covered the raised areas with stormy sky, rusty hinge, and bundled sage distress ink. Then I misted the ink with water and used my heat tool to dry the tag. Next, I cutout some gears out of grunge paper with my Tim Holtz sizzix "gadget gears" die cut. I covered the gears with silver and copper metallic paint dabbers and then added vintage photo distress embossing powder and heat dried.
Frugal Scrapper Extraordinaire:)
For those of you who have been following my blog, THANK YOU, I'm still here and as FRUGAL as ever. I'm just expanding my blog title to further reflect my "altered" muse. I'm still the same (sometimes goofy) FRUGAL SCRAPPER that I've always been and will continue to focus on FRUGAL papercrafting projects:)