Friday, 1 June 2018

All about words for Country View Crafts

Hello everyone, it’s that time again when a new challenge starts over at Country View Crafts and this month’s theme is ‘words’. As all ways there will be one winner picked at random who will receive a £20 voucher to spend in the shop.

Here’s what I created to get your muse thinking and of course there are loads more wonderful creations over on the blog! 







So I started with Distress Oxides smooched all over the Tag


I built up several layers of colour followed by spritzing with water, drying, more layers of colour 


Stamps I used were from Tim Holtz, I used them as word trees but of course they could also be used as sentiments

I punched 3 holes along the bottom and attached rivets to compliment the tag colours
I also mounted the tag onto sparkly card for more interest.

The sentiment is also from Tim Holtz.





To finish I added some string through each hole and tied it round a bunch of trims (I love the colours and different textures of these) and for the top I added some sari ribbon.



I hope we have inspired you to play along and cannot wait to see what you create 
Hugs Xxx




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6 comments

  1. This is gorgeous Debs, so happy and kind of Christmassy so that's a win win from me! Have a very happy June, Sue xx

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  2. Fabulous tag with great colours!!! The strings at the bottom was a brilliant idea!!! Happy June!!! xx

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  3. This is gorgeous Debs! Love it all, the colours, the threads and the stamping ! Fabulous !
    Corrie xx

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  4. It's all in the detail Debs, I love this arrangement! xx

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  5. Brilliant use of the penant stamps deb - great background too and i love all the ribbon too! Fabulous! Hugs rachel x

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  6. Scrumptious Oxide background and I love all those dangling fibres. A great tag!
    Alison x

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