söndag 20 november 2011

Two (s)tags and a Card (MIM #41)

I had to make more stuff with the Essential Glue Pad.
(It's the new Papertrey Ink's MIM #41 that have got me hooked on this technique!)
That little glue pad is my favorite at the moment! So, here's the result...

The heavy chipboard was treated this way:
1. Snowflakes in two sizes stamped with Fresh Snow Ink.
2. Sides inked with Fresh Snow Ink.
3. Stag stamped with Tuxedo Black (Memento).
4. Spruce stamped with Vintage Touch Chai Ink
5. Birds stamped with Tuxedo Black (Memento).
6. Small snowflake stamped with the Essential Glue Pad.
7. Some glue from the Essential Glue Pad added to the bottom of the chipboards.
8. Glitter added! (Optional: Stickles and Snow Powder.)

Stag Tag


Cardstock, Button, Ribbon, Red and WhiteTwine, Stickles (Ranger), Snow Powder.

PTI stamps: LLH - Holiday, Tag its #8, In the Meadow, Mat stack #2, BB: Sheet Music

PTI Dies: Tiny Tags, Mat stack #2, Limited layers 1.75"

10 kommentarer:

  1. Elbeth, I love this tag, the way the snowflake is transluscent on the deer is great. Have to try your technique. Hugs, Melinda

  2. I am loving this technique, too. I think my favorite is the second tag. I love how that deer is in the background, behind the snowflakes.

  3. Absolutely beautiful, Elbeth!

  4. Beautiful tag, I love how many elements and techniques you combined.

  5. Those tags are simply beautiful. The snow makes one think you are in a forest & just came upon the deer. The kraft cardstock makes for the perfect background.

  6. Beautiful card and tags, Elbeth. I love the deer image in the falling snow!

  7. These are wonderful! I especially like the tag! :)

  8. Positively beautiful.The techniques you chose are marvelous. I don't always love distressed backgrounds, but yours are stuning! I'd love to know how you applied the brown ink? paint?. The little touch of the 'ungrounded' birds is perfect. Thank you for sharing.

  9. Thanks to everyone for your sweet comments! It always makes me so happy to read your feedback!

    To Artistic Hen: The tag is kraft coloured in itself and the only brown ink I used on the tag is the Vintage Touch Chai Ink from Papertrey Ink. It's a very "liquid" ink - almost like very thick watercolour. It darkens the papers a lot but it gets lighter when it dries. (I hope that made sense! Feel free to ask again if I was unclear!) :D

  10. vilka vackra tags samt kort! älskar de bruna nyanserna!