Hi everyone :-)
So fun using the Staples tags from Graphic 45 in different ways and here I made a photo frame that also can be used as a frame with a book mark in the front behind this gorgeous lady.
In center of the flowers, necklace skirt and feathers I used glossy accent and distress dry glitter
Graphic 45 Design Team project and here is the link to they`r blog site,
The bookmark on the left has 2 tiny magnets inside so it stay in place on the book page.
The clock on the top is from the chipboard cutouts.
The bow is a ribbon from May Arts.
Inside the photo frame there is a tag to write a personal message to the receiver.
The frame holds closed with a magnet hidden under the flower under the ladies right hand.
Under the tag is a photo frame made with Spellbinders labels twenty eight die.
Lot of fun fussy cutting and all the cut outs are covered with Claudine Hellmuth Multi matte and outlined with a Zig pen.
On the backside of the card I made a tag from the cut out inside the frame.
The umbrella is a Marianne design die.
Glued the lady in the bottom and top so it is place for some tags under.
Also glued a lace around her umbrella.
2 large tags and cut one of them in 2
Hinges are cut at 1 1/4 and score at 1/5 and 3/4
Glue on the inside on both 1/2 inch so it is 1/4 between each.
It is grate to make a template of the tag and use repositionable tape on the back.
Then you just can place the template on your paper and cut around.
For the hole I used a 1/5 inch circle punch, but if you dont have that you can use the top of a marker or so and drew around
A Ladies diary paper collection,cardstock cut outs and 2 large tags from Graphic 45, May Arts ribbon,
Spellbinders die, Marianne Design die, Glue, Score pall, Claudine Hellmuth multi matte, Zig pen, cardstock lace and magnets
Hope this was helpful and a bit inspiring!
Have fun creating :-)
Wow ! This set is so gorgeous..I am going to come back again to watch the video :) !ReplyDelete
Very pretty and romantic and my favourite bit was the feathery hat!ReplyDelete
Beautiful Anne! I have never yet tried those tags; you make me want to get out my scissors and start creating! Love the glitter and feathers; how pretty all those intricate layers are!ReplyDelete