Thursday, 15 November 2012

Liquid Leaf Stampotique Tag


The puff paint and texture paste has really taken well on this tag.


It's been coloured with white fire liquid leaf.


I coloured the other side of the tag with pewter lumiere paint.


A close up.


Stampotique Moth Fab image added from a previous sample using distress ink markers.  Also added a tattered flower, again another previous sample, together with a piece of TH film strip ribbon and a mini arrow.

10 comments:

Helen said...

Gorgeous!!!

Marianne said...

Great stuff this puf paint and texture paste, I love this background! And everything comes together on your tag and it looks great!!
Hugs,
Marianne

downrightcrafty said...

another gorgeous piece love the colour blends on this one, by the way congrats on your win
Hugs Kate xx

Carol Q said...

ooh that shade of liquid leaf and texture paste are gorgeous Sam.

chrissies said...

These just get better and better.It's the little things you add that catch the eye--love the corner and arrow.

Best wishes Chrissie xx

hazel said...

Another fabulous tag Sam.
xxx Hazel.

Gez said...

Gorgeous... why do I always feel a spend coming on when I visit you Sam! hehe xx

Neet said...

She looks great here - another great tag.
Hugs, Neet xx

butterfly said...

Think this may be my favourite of your texture puffed tags so far (and I know I've been going backwards through some of them). Who knew I'd ever say that about something with a Stampotique image on?! They really must be growing on me!
Alison x

Sue said...

Really like this Sam, that white liquid leaf looks amazing xx

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