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Tag ATC combo

I wanted to go pretty this month.   And since we could just "run with it"....

ATC's are one of my favorite things to make as I love to collage.

First I found some images I liked. One was a lady image from my old stash and the other was a gorgeous rose tag which I loved the colour of. The rose tag is from the collage sheet  Floral tags which has lots and lots of gorgeous printable tags. I adore them all.

I decided to use some scraps of paper I had too. I painted the ATC base in a rust color and then painted an oval scrap I had in the same color. I scrunched up another scrap of white paper I had left over and then distressed with brown ink then scrunched again and repeated. The effect is lovely and I cut to fit the ATC and adhered it with glue. 

I already had the images printed so I cut the lady into an oval shape, applying the rose tag onto the scrunched background. To finish it off I used some watercolour paint to enhance the lady image and the flowery image.  I added a small jewel to the top of the tag.

Unfortunately, my camera was not working so I did not get photographs I would like and I took the finished photo on my phone. I hope you will enjoy this one.

Products I used 
my own digital image
scraps of paper and card
embellishment jewel

Pop by AlteredPages and re-ignite your passion for ATCs, I know you will have as much fun as I did.


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