Tuesday, November 3, 2009

Tag Tuesday...No Paper!


This is a challenge! Create a tag for Tag Tuesday but don't use any paper! Here's my non-paper tag. It's cut from an aluminum Diet Dr. Pepper can, dry embossed in a new Cuttlebug folder (Windowpane), and colored with alcohol inks. The Paperbag Studios image was stamped on acetate and adhered to the tag, which was then finished off with a silver-edged rose-colored sheer ribbon. The metal "giggle" charm is from Making Memories. Challenge accepted and met, Louise! ;-)

17 comments:

Jacqueline said...

This is so clever and creative Evelyn, love the acetate idea for your stamped image.

Anonymous said...

Yes, indeed, you met the challenge rather well! Love the use of the soda can (I have to try that sometime soon)and alcohol inks. Add your favorite image (or one of them) and a metallic belly and voila!! Great work, E!! Denise

Lynn Stevens said...

Oh you clever girl, Love your soda can.

Sarah said...

A soda can never looked so good! Fantastic tag!!

Darlene L said...

Can you believe I am drinking a Dr. Pepper now. Love the tag--I have not seen that CB folder before--looks great.

Robin said...

Fabulous job on this challenge! What a beautiful soda can!!

Louise (KardKrazy) said...

Evelyn, you rocked the challenge! Love the soda pop idea (even if it does sound a tad dangerous:)
The CB folder is fabulous, too. Don't know I've seen that one before either. And, of course, I love the pink!

Nancy said...

Excellent tag, Evelyn! Love the process and the ingenious aluminum can tag base. You've certainly met this challenge!

Char said...

Wonderful tag.

Paula -Teaberry Cottage said...

This is awesome! You definitely met the challenge.

Kris Dickinson said...

This is just beyond creative and wonderful! WOW!

Carol said...

Great tag

TFS

Athena said...

A superb Tag! I like idea of using the can and the finishing touches are lovely.

ScrappyPam said...

I spy a cool new embossing folder I have to have! Fantastic tag - great idea on using the can for a base!

JeanFB said...

Oh, this is so CLEVER!! I had now idea that a soda can would take embossing. Beautiful work!

Faye said...

Wow, Evelyn, this is creative and beautiful! I had no idea that a soda can could be dry embossed. Another thing to try. Thanks for the idea.

Terry Day said...

Evelyn, Very imaginative and artistic, I'm excited to see you put this creativity into your photography.