After an awful week, which even included a short visit to the ER, I come to you to share all the tags I made for the ballerina form I introduced to you on my previous post. I'm alright, and back to normal now, so nothing to worry too much about. All the test results came out negative, so I'm doing well, except I can now say I suffer from severe migraines. Yippie. NOT! I have been prescribed some medication to help if anything similar happens again, but if it becomes a regular occurrence, I'm going to have to consult a neurologist for further treatment. Yuck. Oh, and did I mention, my daughter has an ear infection? Yeah, it's been tough lately.
Well, back to the fun stuff. I will be posting each tag on a separate post, just in order to list all products used, and separate them as well as their pictures, making it less confusing, and easy to get to.
Let's keep in mind that all these tags were made thinking of Paris, and Springtime, and here's the first one:
I used the Sizzix Frame Ornate #3 Die to frame in a stamped image of the Eiffel Tower, which I stamped and embossed with white embossing powder. The stamp comes from from the Parisian inspired TJ Design Rubber Stamp Set.
On the die-cut itself, I did the Tissue Paper Background Technique I showed you on a previous post, and of which you can find a tutorial HERE. The Lindy's Stamp Gang products I used on the frame were A Bit of Bubbly, and Icy Primrose Gold. I love mixing my Starburst Sprays to get different shades on my projects. On the background, which was designer paper from Colobok's Flea Market Collection, I sprayed the Blazing Sun Glitz Spritz. On the bottom of the tag I used two mulberry paper flowers which I colored using my Frosted Forget Me Not Starburst Stain. In the middle of those two flowers I added a beaded flower I got from my stash.
I hope you are able to see all the shimmer from all the different sprays I used. More to come tomorrow!