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Ode to Tape – Revisited

Really … tape image transferring is too kewl to rule!
It’s also this months Reader Challenge! And we’ve already seen some amazing work … come on and show us more!
Link your work up to this post before Sunday August 29 and be the running for a $10 Gift Certificate to the Gauche Alchemy Artfire Store!

Kas showed us how to make this framed piece in a packing tape tutorial a couple of months ago:

Now, lets see what some of the other alchemists came up with!!!


Maggi created a wall hanging and accented the background with sheet music from the Wholey Sheet Mixed Media Kit using the packing tape transfer technique. I also used pieces from the Wedding Night and Pink Parts Mixed Media Color Kits.

Merdrey made this awwwmazing Alice piece using an old Alice in Wonderland story book (the title and the image of alice falling) and Gauche colour kits:

Deb used ouchless cardboard, sheets from the Wholey Sheet Mixed Media Kit and the limited edition Winter Slush and Silver color kit:

Now get to taping!

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7 Responses

  1. WOW !! Did you know you can also use color xerox sheets for this . Check it out http://artloveschaos.blogspot.com/2010/08/packing-tape-transfer.html

  2. I love all the projects, they are really special!

  3. Awesome work team! Can’t wait to see what the readers come up with! 🙂

  4. These are so cool girls-well done!!!!

  5. color copies are all i use for mine – just because its so much more flexible to get it. I’m scared to try anything else – if it doesnt work then there’s nothing to replace it 🙂

  6. Wow, these are great! I love all of the different uses of the technique, it’s so versatile!

  7. […] week, the Gauche Girls posted their creations using the tape transfer technique by Kas on the blog. Because i didnt have a Xerox-ed or laser jet printed picture, i decided to experiment with old […]

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