Thursday, July 12, 2012

More Paper Fun with Cynnie

Cynnie posted some more beautiful summery handpainted papers, and I chose one for my tag. First, I printed on both sides of my cardstock.  Then I die cut flowers with Tim's Tattered Florals die and stamped them with a text background stamp. The tag was cut from coordinating cardstock and embossed in a script embossing folder.  After all the pieces were assembled, I spritzed with Iridescent Gold Glimmer Mist.

Cynnie's paper


9 comments:

Lynn Stevens said...

Oh my gosh!!! How long has it been since I've been over? I have some catching up to do!
Love what you did with Cynnies papers. Such a calming color combination.
Hugs Lynn

Marja's Stamp Addiction en Marja's Creativity said...

WOOW Such a wonderful colorcombination. Very awesome.
Like it.
Lovely greet
Marja

Cynthia Schelzig said...

Are these colors fabulous or WHAT!...this is such a pretty tag and that you made the paper into flowers...I love it:)

Bridget Larsen said...

Its funny how we move from one technique to another and bring the old one back. I love making backgrounds but I needs lots of room hahaha. Off to 2 days of stamping this weekend, cant wait to share what I did on my blog and I think its about creating backgrounds from scratch

Connie said...

Your tag is lovely. I especially like the script on the flower petals. Awesome job! Connie :)

Sue said...

Hello Evelyn
Turquoise is such an engaging colour; it is brilliant, dynamic and exhilarating. A playful warm blue as it carries an undertone of Purple, thereby bringing energy to your piece. You have dimension, texture and wonderful form.
This is a most beautiful Tag.
Smiles:)
Sue

Marleen Derweduwen said...

super chique!!!!

Lisa Gordon said...

Love this color combination, Evelyn.
So nicely done!

alissa apel said...

That's super cool! The color is so pretty.

Once I made homemade paper. My dad said, "Throw some of this mulch in it." I did. Two days later cotton started growing from my paper! It was cotton mulch. I wasn't expecting that!

I just put up some of my art here:
http://theapels.blogspot.com/2012/07/ww-mexican-themed-art-linky.html