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Fairy Tag!

Tags are great for creating.  There isn't a commitment to fill a really large space.  There is only so much you can put on a TAG, right?  It seems when I create on tags I can keep on adding things.  I finally have to tell myself... STOP!


The background is Faber Catsell Gelatos watered down to give just a hint of color.  Next use the bottle cap and black ink to add the circle to the background.  Stamp the Harlequin Background with brown ink.  Distress the edges of the tag! 
Supplies:
Altered Pages Collage Sheets- Fairy Dolls, Vintage Eggs, Butterflies
Gelatos - background and to color the edge of the egg.
Mist
Sari Silk Ribbon
German Scrap
Manila tag
IMAGINE CRAFT / Tsukineko - Versafine Onyx & Brilliance Brown Ink
Soda Bottle Cap
Harlequin Stamp Background

Fussy cut Altered Pages images and adhere to the tag.  Mist to give the tag a  little sparkle, add a bit of German Scrap to the bottom of the tag. Finish it with Sari Silk Ribbon


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Comments

  1. She is so pretty! I love the layers on your tag. I have some of that German Scrap but I haven't used it yet. It is an awesome addition to your piece.

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  2. Love the details!!! Perfectly done!!! Awesome job!!!

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  3. Such a beautiful fairy tag. Love all the additional little details, tool.

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  4. Beautiful Lyneen and the German scrap finishes it off wonderfully!

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  5. so pretty, Lyneen! Love the background you created.

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  6. I love how she rises from the broken egg. harlequin backgrounds are just the best. beautiful tag. xo

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  7. What a beautiful tag Lyneen! She is just lovely and all your extra touches are perfect!

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