Sunday, 7 March 2010

Mum

I just love this stamp I recently brought with the Mother inscription on as its suitable for any occasion, this is another tag I've made getting inky and messy. The tag has been distressed using the Crushed Olive and Victorian Velvet from Tim Holtz ranger distress inks just loving the new shades.....need to get them all I think. The image is painted with the crackle paint to give it a glossy cracked effect. I used German Scrap to make the little frame around the picture. The lace stamp was stamped with distress ink...brushed corduroy. I also distressed he piece of lace which is threaded through the top of the tag. Grunge rose is coloured in victorian velvet and is made from the stitchels stamp.

Challenges are:

Simon Says.......mothers day/girly.
Totally Papercrafts......mothers day or special lady.
Lots to do......distressed.
Gingersnap creations.....celebrate




hugs from Daniele x
Thanks for taking a peek and thankyuu for leaving a comment

10 comments:

crafty creations said...

Wow Daniele this is gorgeous - love the new colours too !!!

Thanks for joining the Lotstodo Challenge again this week xx Hilda

Zoechaos said...

Beautiful stunning tag the colours are so perfect, love it.

Sue said...

Hi Daniele
gorgeous tag luv the text the little photo frame & flower are perfect, thank you for joining us at Totally Papercrafts this week, hope to see you next week, sue,x

mommabear said...

Stunning tag i love the colours

Mel X said...

This is so beautiful. Love the vintage look to this, fabulous

Thanks for joining us this week at Totally Papercrafts, I hope we see you again real soon.

Mel X

Femmy said...

fantastic tag!!!

joey said...

Gorgeous tag Daniele, The detail is beautiful. Thanks for joining us at totally papercrafts this week

Joey.x

Lynn Stevens said...

This is really gorgeous, I would love to case it if thats o.k?

Gingersnap Stampers said...

Absolutely stunning tag! Beautiful! Thanks for playing the Gingersnap Creations Celebrate Challenge!

Neet said...

Beautiful - no other word for it. Love the colours of Distress you have used (must get those) and the frame you have built with German Scrap is exquisite.