Tuesday, March 29, 2011

New Tag for Joan's Gardens #12 Weekly Challenge


I think tags are taking a step up and can be a big part of the gift or even a gift itself if you put it in a pretty envelope.  Be sure to stop over to Selma's and see the gorgeous tag she has created for this week's card challenge.  We hope you will join us this week.  Be sure to check below in the Tag Challenge as there is going to be a special promotion announced!!!!

I started out using one of Tim Holtz's larger tags, covered it with my new Butterfly Garden papers, distressed the edges with a moss green ink.  Because the length of the paper is a tad shorter than the tag, I inked the bottom and added some Webster Pages green trim.  A JustRite Sentiment from the Inspire Stamp set was used.

Using the same paper, the new French Doily cut out the background for the Camiela Flower that I made using plain cream colored cardstock.  One of the new Butterfly Garden butterflies and Dragon Charms were placed on the tag for added interest and texture.

These are the punches I used to make the flower
Begonia
Birch Leaf
Medium Snow Flake
Small Snow Flake

Ovoid - Large and Small


7 comments:

GLENDA BROOKS said...

Oh Joan, this is beautiful! Love those doily dies! I need to start saving my pennies! Well done!

Jane Wetzel said...

hi Joan- had to pop over and tell you this is just BEAUTIFUL...love it!

Diane said...

Beautiful....am hoping to order some doily dies this month, and now I want them more then ever...gorgeous flower, too...want those punches...sigh....I might have to stand on the corner with a sign that reads "will work for Punches"...lol!!

Jerri Jimenez said...

Joan, I absolutely love your gorgeous tag! Your flower is so beautiful, it could also be a gardenia, my gardenias look very similar . . . just all around gorgeous and perfect for a gift bag or box.

Yvonne said...

Love the tag!

Anonymous said...

this tag is too cute...love the flower...looks so real

Mary said...

what a nice tag..flower is absolutely gorgeous...looks so real.