Sunday, July 29, 2012

Two Tags and a Card

I too stopped in at
Frilly and Funkie on Saturday and tried the
Saturday Step x Step: Faux Leather , by Anita Houston , I must say it was so much fun I can’t wait to try another one.
I only had the Perfect Pearls and Perfect Ink Refersher, so I can’t enter this.
I embossed my tag, with a Sizzix folder then tapped on Memento’s Pistachio ink. 
The Dress form die was cut from Embossed Felt and tapped with Black Memento’s ink
The charming little lady was a Google image,
and the frame is from Graphic 45.
I also tried the
Here again I didn’t have all the products need to apply for this challenge.
I used Alcohol inks to alter the hardware and sponged on distress inks to color my tag. Love the bold color.

My card was made for a friend who loves graphic’s.
The background image is from
Stamps are Hero Arts and Cornish Heritage Farms.
The Heart was a vellum tag that I removed the vellum and crocheted around.
Thanks for stopping in for a visit today, hope you stop into Frilly and Funkie and give this tag a try.
Stampin’ Hugs


Terry said...

Vada, have you been a little busy having some creative fun or what?? Love what you did with those PP! PP are so darn cool and I also can't wait to try this technique! Having the lovely lady sit on the edge - SO CLEVER! Great altered metal and love those vibrant colors! Two tags and a card are amazing, GF! Enjoy your Sunday! Hugs!

Anonymous said...

Hi Vada
Wonderful to see so much creativity.
The orange is positively mouthwatering on your second tag but it is the first tag that I adore with the vintage femme, isn't she quite sassy!
Your card for your friend is brimming with elegance.
Thank you so much for your amazing comment on my latest post.

Lynn Stevens said...

Oh what fun that must have been! Love your results!
hugs Lynn

Evelyn S. said... create masterpieces!!! My faux leather tag is nothing, compared to your wonderful creation. Amazing....Love the design and your ingenious ideas!

Shar said...

All your projects are completely gorgeous!

Marjie Kemper said...

Oh Vada, that's a lot of eye candy! I love the first one with the lady in the window and just can't take my eyes off the second one with the gorgeous colors and all that stamping. The last one is so delicate and elegant... all beautiful work!