Relics & Artifacts Badges

A friend at work recently was admiring my badge holder I had made with a Relics & Artifact®. She said, she wouldn’t mind one of those and asked if I could make her one. I am always up to sharing my art, so I went for it.

Badges RA

I made a variety of holders, not knowing which one she would like. I used Relics from different sets, wanting a variety for her to choose from and then I just sat and played around one day.

Badges RA

Out of all of them I made, I can’t pick a favorite, they are all unique and with the extra’s I have been switching it up a bit at work.

Badges Face RA

And there has been an peeked interest when co-workers see them, they ask “where did you get that?” And I have had some personal requests. I think after wearing the same Navy Blue scrubs for as long as some of us have, adding a little variety in the work attire is welcoming and how fun it is to get to wear the Relics & Artifacts® to work.

Badges Rust RA

I enjoyed making these and using all different relics.

Badges Crosse RA

Badges Angels RA

Enjoy the day. Thank you for stopping.

heather-thompson-2

 

Supplies:

Relics & Artifacts®: Figuresheads, Medallions, Flora, Regalis, Crosse, Dresden Trim Coat of Arms.

DecoArt Media: DecoArt Fliud Acrylics. Paynes Grey, Quinocadone Gold, Transparent Yellow Oxide Hue, Titanium White, Quinacridone Red, Metallic Gold, Metallic Silver, Carbon Black, Aquamarine, Raw Umber, Quinacridone Violet, Titan Buff, Antiquing Cream Carbon Black, Interference Blue, Crackle Glaze, Texture Sand Paste, Satin Varnish.

Queen & Company Twinkle Goosebumps.

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