Tuesday, July 20, 2010

FACES for Tag Tuesday

I love face images, and I have a whole collection of them. But choosing for Tag Tuesday's challenge this week wasn't easy.   There are so many ways to go, but I had to make a choice or I would never get a tag finished!  

23 comments:

BelleSouth said...

nicely done-I love the coloring!

Jacqueline said...

Such a pretty background with that lacy stamp!!

Jeanne said...

beautifully done with your face image and of course, the gorgeous border cuts at the bottom

stampdiva said...

This is just lovely. Lynne M

ScrappySuzanne said...

Lovely tag for this weeks challenge. The border makes it along with the elegant colour tones used

Sarah said...

Wonderful choices in your colors, stamps and border. Nicely done!

Sharon Sams said...

The color combo is lovely. Interesting face - looks like maybe you embossed the white swirl? Nice.

Lynn Stevens said...

Well Evelyn you choose well, and the lace at the bottom is gorgeous!

Faye said...

A beautiful tag, Evelyn. The face is gorgeous.

Gerrie Johnnic said...

Lovely tag, luve the bottom lace!

Louise (KardKrazy) said...

Great choice of stamp, Evelyn. And a great color scheme, too.

Nancy Y said...

I love these colors! Beautiful tag!

Anonymous said...

Beautiful tag, E! Love the color choice (of course!), stamps, and your bottom edge. Another simple but elegant creation! Denise B.

Silvia said...

Great image and colours.

wwilloww said...

You made a great choice Evelyn!!! I love how your tag turned out!!!

The Paint Splash said...

Love the violets. Have a great week. Debbie

Linda Robinson said...

Well I think you made a great choice. I love it!

Lori said...

Beautiful choice! Love it!

Oxana said...

Beautiful tag and colors!

Ann said...

Love the lavender, one my my favorite colors. Also really like the cuts at the bottom of the tag.

Terry said...

Love the colors! Wonderful image - awesome.

craftytrog said...

Beautiful tag Evelyn, love the colour!

Tracy said...

This is beautiful! I love the doily in the background and the way you staggered the border punches at the bottom. TFS!