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


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

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.

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: