Sunday, 14 June 2015

Apple Tag, Stamped, Female

If you've seen my previous post you'll see the similarities between this tag and that one immediately.  
Same colours, same stamp...  it's just that this time around I've used hammer card rather than flat, matt card.  It really has made a huge difference, hasn't it?



 



For those of you who haven't seen the previous post, I've used a Tsukineko (Memento) 'Lady Bug' and a Stampin' Up 'Gumball Green' Marker Pen, scribbled onto an acrylic block, spritzed with water and stamped directly onto hammer card.  

Once dry, I simply stamped on the image (Stampers Anonymous Schoolhouse Mini Cling Stamp Set) with Stazon Black Ink, added a sentiment from Inkadinkado, three clear sequins and some twine :)

I may try and squeeze one more tag design in before the deadline.  I've had a bit of a blitz on them recently, have you noticed?

Yet another entry for the latest Tag You're It challenge...


Hope you're having a good day :)

Donna.




10 comments:

  1. Love this technique Donna, so many cute tags this week. Thank you for sharing at Tag You're It!

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    1. Thank you, Tracey :)
      Yes... I've definately made a lot of tags this week!!!
      Take care...

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  2. Wow awesome love the circle and that stamp. Thanks for joining us over at tag you're it.

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  3. Thank you :)
    The way the ink dried lent itself to the circle shape. Glad you like it.

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  4. what a difference, love the round shape better than the tag, but both are so pretty
    TFS
    warm hello from california
    bibiana

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  5. Agreed. I prefer the round shape, but this one's a little too girly for a man!
    Thanks for commenting :)

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  6. Congrats on your shout out on this one, we appreciate so many entries to this round of Tag You're It Challenge!

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    1. The Shout Out made me very happy. Yay!!!

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  7. Fabby tag!Love that background :)
    Nessa xxx

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  8. Thank you, Nessa :)
    Easy peasy, too :)

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