I corner rounded then adhered my DSP to a layer of Old Olive then onto a Hello Honey card base. I punched my tag out and stamped my sentiment onto it, masking and stamping each word individually. I stamped and punched out the flowers, then die cut the leaves. I punched the hole in the top of the tag, fed the Wild Wasabi twine through it, looped it over itself then tied a little bow with the Crushed Curry baker's twine. I adhered the leaves to my card front, attached the tag and positioned the flowers, popping the larger one up on dimensionals. Some enamel dots in the flower centers completed my card.
Date: Wednesday, October 9, 2019 GMT Views: 150
Stamps: SU Petite Petals, Flower Shop and A Dozen Thoughts stamp sets
Paper: SU Hello Honey and Old Olive CS and Farmer's Market DSP
Ink: SU Archival Black Ink
Accessories: SU Pansy, Petite Petals, Note Tag and 1/8" hole punches, corner rounder, Rose Garden Thinlits, Wild Wasabi cotton twine and Crushed Curry Baker's twine, Enamel shapes in So Saffron and Rich Razzelberry, dimensionals
Registered: February 23, 2012 Location: West Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada Posts: 213
Thu, Oct 10, 2019 @ 12:35 AM
I really like the wooden look of your tag, Eunice! That touch of neutral is perfect with all the strong colours around it! You've got all the elements of the recipe included on this autumn themed get well card! Thanks for joining us at AYSI this week!