I used the Rubbermoon Kae Pea Doily Stencil ATC Size with DreamweaverStencils Metallic Silver Embossing Paste to surround the spiral. Once the embossing paste is dry you could apply another coat of satin Rustoleum Lacquer.
I cut strips of Aluminum foil adhesive tape and attached it to the edges of the tiles burnishing it well to adhere. I used a texture wheel on the foil to add some engravings and then applied black ink with the Permapaque marker, wiping away the excess ink while wet.
The Metal Embossing :
I stamped the 3 images on lead free pewter sheet (you can use aluminum 40 gauge too) with Black Stazon Ink. The images were placed on a thin foam craft mat and I went over all the primary design lines using a teflon tip tool. The metal was flipped over and on the back relined just on the inside of the primary line created from the front. I used a paper stump (blending stump) to push out the inside of the design and then placed it face up on the hard surface flattening the background. The concave areas on the back were then filled with Mod Podge Dimensional Magic and left to dry overnight.
Once dry, I applied Sook Wang double sided adhesive tape sheet to the back of the metal pieces and used scissors to cut out the girl and egg. The Bird girl was attached to mat board and the edges folded over.
All the metal pieces were a sprayed with Rustoleum Clear Satin Lacquer prior to adding the colored alcohol inks.
Once the ink was dried I used foam dots to attach the rectangular piece to the tile adding some height. The small girl was attached to the tile by removing the backing tape of the Sook Wang tape and the egg with a foam dot.
Spray the completed tiles again.
Hope you had fun watching and learning- I certainly enjoyed the process!