Monday, 17 June 2013

Oriental Tag


Helen has chosen the recipe of red, text/book paper and an embellishment over on Dragons Dream TIO challenge blog this week.  This combination shouted oriental to me, so here's my tag.  

The trim on the bottom is 'German' text book paper, didn't have any Chinese / Japanese, but you can't really notice as it's covered in red portfolio pastel and black acrylic paint.  Embellishments are obviously the gems on the cheeks.


13 comments:

Lin said...

lovely tag Sam love the images you've used..quite simple but stunning!!

Helen said...

Love it Sam. thanks for joining us at TIO again.

Marianne said...

German is almost chinese LOL. Great tag and lovely stamps.
xxx Marianne

Alison said...

Simply fantastic Sam! xxx

Carol Q said...

like how you've highlighted her white cheeks and the marks (not a clue what stamp you used! lol) either side of the main picture.

downrightcrafty said...

love this one true red and gorgeous
Hugs Kate xx

Silvia(Barnie) said...

That's a fabulous tag with great details. Thanks for dreaming with us at Dragons Dream TIO.

chrissies said...

Nice bright tag Sam and the paper at the bottom looks terrific

Lovr Chrissie x

Neet said...

Love the embellishments on the cheeks - great idea.
Neet xx

ElizabethR said...

Great tag and very Dragonlike, thanks for sharing with us at the TIO this time. Elizabeth x

butterfly said...

Great take on the recipe, Sam - love your work with these Oriental LPs.
Alison x

May said...

Fabulous take on the recipe..Love the stamping... Great theme you have chosen.. Thank you for dreaming with us at Dragons Dream...Hugs May x x x

Julie Ann Lee said...

Love how you added the text and the stamp is lovely - really great tag. Julie Ann xxx

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