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A Spot of Tea!

This month the Altered Pages Design Team has been busy sharing Tiaras and Tea with
Today I would like to share one with some of my Tea TAGS!!!
 
The Postcard Tag was distressed with Art Anthology Sorbet Dimensional Paint - Kenyan Copper, Dylusions Ink Spray - Melted Chocolate and  Brilliance Ink. Add images from the  French Style Collage Sheet. Stamp Glitz Stamp - Vintage Love Calendar with Brilliance Ink.  Trim top of tag with Bazzil - Edge Cardstock Strips Red . 
Fussy cut the image of woman with tea from the Victorian Tea Collage Sheet adhere to tag with foam tape.  Add the resin flower and feather. 
Last add the tea tags~

Supplies:
Glitz Stamp - Vintage Love Calendar
Resin Flower
Feather
Foam Tape
Tea bag tags

 

Comments

  1. I love your tag! The colors are so vivid and the embellished lady is the perfect touch. Anne, yourmainestamper

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  2. Great tag!! I love the addition of the tea bag tags and the lovely image of the lady!

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  3. the word that came to my mind is "refined". Beautiful tag! Helene from UPA

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  4. Super layout and love the feather and tags!

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  5. Absolutely love tea tag. The feather and resin flower are a very nice touch.

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  6. I like the peacock feather in her hat. The little pops of color on either side of her help the lovely lady stand out. Very nice.

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  7. Your tag is very inspiring! Love the image and the feather ♥

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  8. Fabulous Postcard Lyneen, I love how everything came together with the colors so wonderfully and that peacock feather.

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