Hi friends! It's been a rainy couple of days here but, thank goodness, nothing like the poor people in Texas have been dealing with. I, for one, am so happy that September is here! That means we're close to the beautiful season of Fall and all that it brings--chilly days, scents of the season, comfort foods, nesting, etc.
The tag I'm sharing today is one of my favorites so far. I began with a manila tag, a Tim Holtz stencil and modeling paste. Next, I tore and distressed a couple of sheets of paper and adhered them with foam tape. The perforations on the torn papers that mimic stitching were made with a quilting tool. You will also notice a bit of Prima lace peeking out from under the papers. The flowers are Prima with Prima diecut leaves. A wooden tag is tucked into the flower cluster along with a couple of hemp bows. The pretty dimensional butterfly is from Recollections. A seam binding and lace tie with a vintage button was added to the top. Using a mixture of gesso and water, I created some splatters on the tag as a finishing touch.
This tag was so easy and fun to make. If you click on each photo, you can view a larger image. I recently made another one using the same steps but different product which I will share another time.
Thank you so much for taking time to stop by and also your kind comments. I hope the week ahead is a wonderful one for all.