This week's challenge on the Simon Says Stamp & show blog was to show a Lord Tim technique. When I think of Tim's technique 'rusted enamel' it makes me remember previous antiquing trips, pawing through boxes of old graniteware cooking utensils. I love the white with red trim and the beige with green trim. And I have a few pieces of white with black trim but most of them are outside. I've even seen a few white pieces with turquoise trim...hence my color choice for this technique.
Stamp (Jet Black archival ink) from Curiosities
Ranger: Broken China, Tea Dye, Vintage Photo, Walnut Stain distress inks; Antique Bronze distress stickles, Latte, Ginger, Copper Mixative alcohol inks
Sophisticated Finishes: Rust Antiquing Solution, Iron Metallic Surfacer (used on the lock - irl it really looks like an old rusty lock)
Miscellaneous: screen scrap, ribbons, brads