Hi everyone :-)
Had so fun making this upside down slider tag with the beautiful and summary Bohemian Bazaar collection Petaloo flowers and May Arts Ribbon :-)
Used both the 12 x 12 collection, regular tags stickers,cardstock cut outs,chipboard cut outs and metal staples
Graphic 45 design team project.
Here is the link to Graphic 45 blog and from Monday 24 -20 - 23 You can win the gorgeous new couture collection before you can by it :-)
On the front I placed a cut out from the paper collection for a pocket and placed a card pocked with blue paper inside. Made a bow from May Arts ribbon and slide a chipboard cut out in.
Also used the beautiful aqua Glass flowers from Petaloo.
On the hanging dangle there is 2 keys and a chipboard cut out that I painted. with Antique linen Distress paint
This tag can be used as a card and there is place for a personal message on the bottom tag that slides down.
Used the back paper from the 12 x 12 paper pad.
Mad this slider tag from 3 regular tags and have a hinge between the 2 top tags so it create a pocket.
Glued seambinding inside on the top between the 2 tags and glued it to the bottom tag so it wont fall out.
On the back side of he postcard there can also be written some nice words :-)
Used sticker border and fussy cut the flower.
On the back side I used 2 cardstock cut outs and Petaloo teal / aquas mini Daisies and Dahlias
More please for writing or place a photo to the receiver
Bohemian Bazaar collection,cardstock cut outs stickers,3 regular tags,metal key hole and keys from Graphic 45, May Arts ribbon, Petaloo flowers,score tape and metal chain,
Have a tutorial on how to make the base for a slider tag and here is the link,
Regarding questions there is a video where frequently asked questions are answered and here is the link,
For other questions they will be answered here on my blog where I will post new questions that has not been answered before.
Here is the link,
Hope this is inspiring and have fun creating :-)
Anna, I live in Texas and am so glad to have found your blog. You do such beautiful work. Thank you for sharing it with us.ReplyDelete
So pretty! I kept thinking while watching, what a nice gift this would make... I must pick up some of that beautiful paper!ReplyDelete