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Saturday, September 13, 2014

12 Tags of 2014 -- September

Hi Everyone! I hope you are having a good day. I want to share the tag I made for a few challenges. I was inspired by Tim Holtz's tag he made for September. You can see his tag here. 



We were to use our imagination a bit more as you can see that Tim has butterflies as "hair" on his lady. I used 2 leaf dies to make butterflies. Black Diamond Stickles was used on the flower's center. I used Tim's Bubble stencil for the background, used blending solution and then swiped the tag through Aqua alcohol ink. I added some of Tim's Element rub ons and washi tape numbers. The sunflower, by Sparkle N Sprinkle, was colored using Distress Markers.




Thanks so much for stopping by today. I hope your day is fabulous! God bless!


Challenges entered:

12 Tags of 2014:  Septmeber
Artistic Inspirations:  Anything Goes
Diva's by Design:  Anything Goes




6 comments:

  1. This is an awesome tag April. Love the sunflower popping off the gorgeous background. Great use of colors.

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  2. Brillinat idea to use the leaves as butterflies. This is a lovely tag, April!

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  3. How beautiful this is, April! Great use of color and technique with these pretty images!

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  4. Your tag looks amazing. Love the colors.

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  5. Super tag, love the colours. . Thank you for sharing it with us at Divas by Design. I hope you will join in with our next challenge.
    Sarah-Jane x

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  6. Gorgeous Autumn colours - your project turned out fabulous.

    Thanks joining us at Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge.
    Hugs,
    Caryn xxx

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