Another Week has gone by and now it is time for the international blog hop starting at Julia Dunnit's site : http://stamping-ground.blogspot.com/ I am almost finished with last weeks hop, it usually takes me the week. I just love seeing what everyone else is doing and how they are doing it! The week's peek at my desk has a "tag" being made for a Oriental Stamp Arts group swap.. This is my first art tag, I've never made one and I've never received one. I guess saying I don't get around much would be an understatement! I was hoping this would be make 12 tags get 12 tags deal, but I guess I was the over eager newbie on this one! Any way here is my Tag, I actually made two and they are two pages. The guideline was to make either a tea tag or a silk label tag 3"x6" and it had to say silk or tea on it.
First desk top is my desk top, using the Ecraft to cut my tags out of 130 cold pressed black paper.
Next on to the tag partially assembled:
I used my Epiphany crafts bubble capper, in the face of the geisha. I love that little gizmo! I amp'd up the color using h2o twinkles. Copper embossing on the tag background.
not painted in this picture, but the bubble cap is in place.
Inside of the tag.
The finished product!
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