December 11, 2011

12 Tags of Christmas - Day 11...Sewn with Love

Inspired by Tim's Tag for Day 11, it was time to improvise again!  I rummaged through my steel ruled dies looking for something that I thought would be a decent size when shrunk, and after many attempts, went with the Sewing Room Die.


The tag background was created with the Spritz and Flick Technique using Distress Inks in Weathered Wood and Iced Spruce, edged with Gathered Twigs.  I overstamped the Honeycomb Background from Our Daily Bread Designs in Antique Linen.  The sentiment is from ODBD Sewn with Love stamped in Coffee Archival on Sticky Back Canvas.  I die cut the French Pastry Die from Bo Bunny Snowfall pattern paper to add behind the shrunken Sewing die.  To finish the tag, I added some Faux Stitching using a STAEDTLER Triplus Fineliner and Drywall tape.

Details:
Stamps - Our Daily Bread Designs Honeycomb Background, Sewn with Love
Ink - Ranger Distress Ink Weathered Wood, Iced Spruce, Gathered Twigs, Antique Linen, Ranger Coffee Archival, Alcohol Inks
Card Stock - Manilla Tag
Other - Needle, Thread, Glue Dots, Tulle, Melt Pot, UTEE, STAEDTLER Triplus Fineliner, Button, Ink Blending Tool, Non Stick Craft Sheet, Gold Pen, Sticky Back Canvas, Drywall Tape, Prima Distresser, Cheery Lynn French Pastry Die, Shrink Plastic, Bo Bunny Snowfall Pattern Paper, Sewing Room Die, Big Shot

7 comments :

Anna Christensen said...

Hi Lisa, this tag is stunning! I Love the colour scheme - and the sentiment is wonderful, for me, this is really inspirational. So sad the tags end tomorrow

Ms_Dee said...

Love it.....I have to give the dress form a try....tts

Shelly Schmidt said...

Oh! This tag is right up my alley! Wonderful- I love the BG technique- the shrinkie dink element is awesome- love all of the touches of tulle.

Suzanne C said...

Beautiful and elegant! Love your dress form and the soft background you created!

FrancineB said...

Pretty tag! Love the dress form shrinky dink element. Great job.

Terry said...

Oh so pretty! Love this tag and the dressform is gorgeous with that lovely French Pastry background!! Like a little kid, the first time I stamped on the dressform and shrunk it, I was amazed that you could actually see the stamped images! Love this craft!

Karen McAlpine said...

Love this!

 
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