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Thursday, 1 November 2012

Nature

Thank you to all who joined our Hatters Christmas and shared your lovely projects. Hopefully some good Christmas ideas have been swapped.
This week we are celebrating Nature it is a perfect time of year for it, everything turning such gorgeous colours, although my tag is more like Spring LOL well it must be spring in Australia.
I have DI inked the tag with worn lipstick, antique linen and tea dye, then stamped with text. The flower blossom is from an old book page and was already torn so I used it and inked the edges. The note edged green card is a punch I have from Stampin up. To decorate I have used tea stained lace, buttons. A piece of muslin stained with worn lipstick and ruffled into a flower fixed with a button, and a little chipboard butterfly painted gold. Thanks for stopping by and taking the time to leave me lovely comments. Do be sure and check out Florence, Janet and Chrissie lovely projects. Take care and thanks for joining us.
Hugs as Always. Sandra XXX 

9 comments:

chrissies said...

What a beautiful tag and you have done so much to make it beautiful. Love the tea stained lace and the edge of the flower picture they seem to bring it altogether.

Best Wishes Chrissie xx

Suze Bain said...

This is gorgeous Sandra, beautiful soft colours and embellishments. xx

lynne said...

Hello Sandra
Thank you for visiting my Blog, Adorn and your lovely comment.
This tag is beautifully and certainly speaks of nature.
Wishes
Lynne

papercraftnut said...

This is so pretty, Sandra! I need to try more shabby chic things because I always admire them when I see them. I love all your layers and distressing. Nicely done! Hugs, Tracy

Von said...

Pretty and elegant Sandra :)
Von ♥

Janet said...

Hi Sandra,i love your colour como for nature,your tag is gorgeous.
Janet x

florenceandfreddie said...

Gorgeous tag Sandra. Really love this.
Hugs to you both,
Florence xxx

Sue aka Greyhound Lover said...

beautiful and elegant xxx

monikaskinner said...

Hi Sandra. Love your tag, it reminds me of hedgerows. Simply beautiful. XXX