Monday 30 December 2013

All pink

I saw this challenge on fashion stamping challenges. Anything with raspberry chocolate and cream and thought I'd give it go.

I cut a tag from mount board - not sure of size. Then gave it two coats of paints with fresco acrylic paint. Next I stamped some twigs from Paper Artsy and some flowers from JOFY using archival in expresso.

Then I coloured some metal pieces with primary elements not sure of the colour because I stuck them onto an old CD so that I can stack them on the spindle to save space. Got the idea from Christina at card making magic but forgot to put the colour on each pot doh! Anyway it's a very pink colour.

I then cut some holes on the tag to tie some ribbon and add decoration I thread the ribbon, stuck the embellishments in place an added some roses.

Thank you for looking 
Hugs Debs xxx



  1. Now i don't do pink but i do enjoy watching what other crafters do with it. Hopefully one day i will get over my issues with certain colours. Not a full rounded crafter if you can't use all colours of the rainbow.

    Beautiful work Deborah:-) xxx

  2. I love this - the twigs and flowers are particularly fab, especially with the little birds.

  3. Subtle but clever use of colour. Threading ribbon is a nice touch. Lovely Deborah. X

  4. Beautiful coloured metal pieces Deborah love how you have designed the tag.

    Thank you for sharing with us at Fashionable Stamping Challenges.

    Hope 2014 brings everything you could wish for.

    Warm crafty hugs from Shirl x x

  5. HI Deborah - love this pretty tag, great metal embellishments, perfect for our challenge at FSC, Thanks for sharing with us..Esther xx

  6. You jogged my memory about this Paper Artsy image! One I have wanted since I saw it. Your tag is beautiful. You have put a lot of thought and effort into its creation. Thank you for sharing with us at FSC!


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