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Amour . Love makes the world go round

So much fun to be had this month with the theme of 'Love Makes The World Go Round' at Altered Pages. This is my second piece using the theme and I had a ball creating a tag this time. I chose cream, gold and chocolate as the color theme and went and from there. 

     
First, I cut some card into the shape of a tag and punched a hole in it using the hole tool.  You could use a manila tag for the base.

I randomly inked the textured card with brown ink.   I wanted a little more of a chocolate tone of brown so I used some mica paint through a mask in a couple of random places on the tag.

 

I chose this image from the collage sheet. Adhered it to the tag with tacky glue.

I added some cream lace. Inked the edges of the tag,  then added some Platinum Stickles all around the edges. Add a little bow made from burlap fabric shaped, tied and edged with Platinum Stickles. Finally, I added a little jewel embellishment and finally added ribbon. 

TIP -- If I do not have the right color ribbon I color ribbons with a marker in the tone I want. 


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