Saturday, 7 September 2013

Blue, Tissue & Music Tag


Over at Dragons Dream TIO, they have a recipe this week of blue, tissue (paper/tape) and music and you have to use at least one real stamp too!!

I coloured the tag with sky fresco paint, stencilled through with baltic blue paint, used broken china and salty ocean distress stain to make random splodges.  Using T!m's tissue paper I placed a piece on the tag making sure I got the section with the music script on.  I also lightly stamped a couple of rows of music directly onto the tag.  I stamped the LP image in the middle, painted a chipboard heart in ice blue paint and over stamped part of the image.  I then decided the bottom needed something, so remember my homemade washi tape, I stuck that along the bottom and gave it a fringe!!

14 comments:

Lin said...

Blimey you're on a roll today!! I love the way you've over-stamped on the heart..so effective!! Great tag, I must give it a go xx

Helen said...

I love this - I thought you said this was a hard recipe, lol! The hand made washi tape is great as a finishing touch. Thanks for playing along with the dragons again!

Marianne said...

Beautifull Sam!
xxx Marianne

ElizabethR said...

Gorgeous tag Sam I love the heart. Thanks for sharing with us at Dragons Dream TIO. Elizabeth x

Sid said...

Fab tag and of course it's blue....my favourite colour !

Alison said...

This is gorgeous Sam! xxx

chrissies said...

Very beautiful Sam-great use of the stamps.

Love Chrissie x

isisimaginings.com said...

Oooh, that's GORGEOUS! Love the face on the heart.

butterfly said...

Love the gentle blues - and another camouflaged shape - love it!
Alison x

Sue said...

Beautiful Sam, love how you've layered this xx

Silvia(Barnie) said...

A wonderful tag, love the image, great idea to add an heart shape. Thanks for dreaming with us at Dragons Dream TIO.

Julie Ann Lee said...

Wow! I love what you did with the heart! How do you create so many fab things? Inspired! Julie Ann xx

Rein said...

Beautiful tag, love how you used the heart.

Jules occasionally vintage said...

Beautiful tag! Love the way you have used the chip broad heart in the stamp image. Its very effective :)

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