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Ode to Packing Tape … CHALLENGE!

Packing Tape image transfers seem to be a staple to many mixed media artists.
They’re easy, fun and can provide layers like nothing else can!
For our August challenge we’d like to see how you all use packing tape image transfers in your work.

If you have yet to try this out, we have two tutorials you can check out:
Lara did a tutorial a couple of months ago about this most delightful technique. And Kas did a lovely tutorial a couple of weeks ago about tape transferring.

To help along that creative flow here’s a couple of different types of projects it can be used with as demonstrated by the Gauche Alchemists:

Yvonne made a scrapbook page. She used parts from the Wholey Sheet Kit. And the transfer tape technique to add a little texture to the background…

Pam created an ATC about one of her favorite things

And, Lara did an Art Journal paying homage to a recent trip to London

Let’s see what you got! Link up to this post before Sunday August 29 and be the running for a $10 Gift Certificate to the Gauche Alchemy Artfire Store!

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9 Responses

  1. These are great. I am going to do some more of this today….it is such a fun and Inexpensive technique.

  2. Wow, great projects! Awesome use of the technique!

  3. Lara….where’s my ephemera from London?!?!

    these are kewl ways of doing this.
    off to Kaseseses link!

    {hands on hips Lara and tappping my toes too} 😉
    of course I keep forgetting to send you the stuff I have piled up…a small pile

  4. Brilliant! Love these and Lara! I’m hands on hips tutting too. When you were in London you were a mere hour and a half away from moi. Did you deliberatley not tell your stalker this for a reason?? 😉

  5. Definitely a fun technique to try out! And I love all the different interpretations! 🙂

  6. I agree, it’s a great technique and I have just used it in one of my sketchbook pages. Here is the link:

    http://friedaquilter.blogspot.com/2010/08/art-longa-spread.html

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  8. here’s mine:
    kasses way for transfer

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