Hi friends. It's Melody with a Friday Feature for you. With all the family things going on for Christmas, I didn't get a chance to sit down and create until today, so I'm a little late posting.
My project today is a tag that could be attached to a gift. I started with a pre-cut tag and swiped some distress stains onto it -- peacock feathers, ripe persimmon, and wild honey. While that was drying I die cut a rosette from some pattern paper and put it together with hot glue. I love how the geometric pattern on the paper changes when formed into the rosette.
I stamped the tag with Dylusions stamp set, around the edge, in jet black archival ink and colored in the leaves with shabby shutters and crushed olive distress markers. Then I added some vintage photo distress ink with a foam ink applicator and distressed the edges with a distressing tool.
On a piece of ivory card stock, I stamped the sentiment from a Tim Holtz set, just thoughts, and cut it into a flag shape, adding vintage photo distress ink and distressing. I attached this piece to a black flag with my tiny attacher. I pierced lines along the top and bottom.
I used a strip of black card stock and punched several 7/8" circles, which I cut in half and added along a couple of the edges of the tag. I decided to use the negative piece as well, tucked in behind the sentiment.
To help the rosette stand out a bit, I cut two black squares and offset them behind the rosette. Both the rosette and the sentiment piece are attached to the tag with dimensional foam tape.
My tag just wasn't complete without a butterfly, so I dug one out of my stash of die cuts (Tim's mini butterflies movers & shapers die), and added it to my tag.
The tie is made from black cord.
Many of the products used on this project can be found at Outlaw Women Scrapbook Emporium.
Thanks so much for stopping by.