Hello lovely ladies !
This is a scheduled post as I am in the UK at the moment so hopefully WordPress will do its magic and you will all be reading this at 9.00am
Time for a new tag challenge over at Get Creative and this time we have a colour challenge for you.
Please make sure you use all four colours on your tag.
My darling cameo was used to cut the tag. The smile sentiment was stamped with Archival brilliance rocket red ink and popped up with foam and a couple of stick pins added. For the heart I used my melt pot to melt some UTEE and added a few drops of To Die For Additive in red . I then poured it into a metal heart mould and while still warm I carefully stamped it with a little Hero Arts wooden flower stamp.
I do hope you will join us at Get Creative and why not pop over to see the fabulous Design Teams amazing tags. The winner will come back as our guest designer for August.
Oh and I should warn you that your in- boxes will be dinging in about an hour ( if WP does its job) with another scheduled post from me SORRY !!!
Right must dash as I’m off to catch my plane
Hi Marie…….not sure if you or blogger got it wrong but it’s 7.30am in the UK! Still it gives me another hour and a half to appreciate you fab card………..love the heart with the flower impressed into it. Your trusty Cameo has done its magic again – this tag card is gorgeous. Hope you bring some sunshine with you as it’s been cold, grey and damp here this week.
Lovely your tag/card! The colours are nice, too. Enjoy yourself in England – how the other half live! Valerie
Queen of the cutting rocks again 🙂
How sweet is this! Love it!
Fantastic tag, love the red heart embellishment.
I run out of superlatives with you!!!!!! ANOTHER super project.
Enjoy the cold and rain while you’re over here LOL.
Fab tag Marie. LOVE that red stamped heart … so gorgeous! Great cutting details on the tag – I’m going to HAVE to save up for one of these cutting machines! 🙂 Loll xx
Super tag, great coours.
that is a grand tag Marie. Enjoy yourself in London, Annette x
It has done its magic as have you.
Great use of the melt pot for that gorgeous embellishment.
So dramatic, Marie … awesome use of the colours! Anita 🙂
That rocks, it’s fantastic.