Hi all I'm posting for The Rubber Buggy Inspiration blog & today I have a LOTV tag card to share.
To make the tag shaped card blank first create a 4x6" tent fold card blank, then trim one of the corners off. Turn the corner over and use as a template to trim the other side in order to get even corners.
Lovely papers are by Pion Design coated in Gesso, edges have been inked with Antique Linen and Walnut Stain Distress Ink using a blending tool & then sewn around on the machine. The chicken wire effect is made using The Crafters Workshop reversed Chicken Wire template & texture paste. I then added shabby white Frantage embossing powder & Frantage flakes in green and pink.
The LOTV sentiment is from the Quotable Love set, stamped in Sepia with Black added towards the outsides. Viva Declor Cream pearl pen faux pearl swirls added around sentiment to highlight. The skeliton clock chipboard has been embossed in That Special Touch of Gold, then set with UTEE sprinkled with white embossing powder.
I added flowers & lace trim around the bottom & tied with lace and pearl bead string through the hole.
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Everything is so gorgeous and elegant! I love the pearls gently flowing through the background and the Frantage. Beautifully designed and the papers too are gorgeous. I love those sentiments from LOTV, they go anywhere. Love your tag!!ReplyDelete
wow so beautiful debs.really love the sentiment and gorgeous pretty details and colours :DReplyDelete
xx coops xx
So gorgeous! I have been admiring your work for a long time, and you are making the most fantastic cards. Great colors and layout. Thanks also for making a list of the wonderful blogs around, I have been spending a lot of time looking at them. One girl I was thinking of, who also makes beautiful Magnolia cards is 17-year old Hanna from Sweden http://hannashobbyblogg.blogspot.no/p/galleri.html You might want to check out her blog when you get time.ReplyDelete
Thanks for sharing and for the inspiration :)
Wow with an stamp or without it, your creations are allways exceptionals. Elena F.ReplyDelete