Saturday, September 13, 2014

Dimensional Chipboard Tag

Hey guys
I want to share with you this dimensional tag I just finished creating.  Made using heaps of chip board elements from Imagine if...

The base of the tag is 3 chipboard tags from Imagine if...

Once I have the windows cut into my tags I am ready to start on my first layer.
Here I have added some pattern paper to my background.  I then inked and adhered some cipboard pieces on before I lay down the next window piece.
The next window piece I have also painted black with some acrylic and stamped some script on with gold acrylic.  Just to add some difference between the layers.  I then added more chipboard pieces on ready for the final window piece to be added.

Once I was happy with that I painted my top layer with black acrylic painted glued it on to the top using Scotch quick dry adhesive and then I was ready to embellish the top layer of the tag.
I wanted to introduce some colour to thag but still kept it simple and bold with the red paper roses and pearls.  I added a few metal elements and a felt butterfly and a chip board dress form that I inked up, stamped with a script stamp, tied some lace around the waste and added a chip board cog and some metal cogs from TH.

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Saturday, September 6, 2014


Hey guys
I have another design team project to share with you for Imagine if......
It's also a part of another blog hop so make sure you comment below and follow along to the blogs as well. 
So,  I have created a banner using supplies from Imagine if.  So easy to create unique projects when you have such versatile embellishments and supplies.
I used these awesome chipboard fish tail banners...collaged them with some music paper.  I then distressed all the edves with TH vintage photo distress inks and then went on to embellish.
The wooden frames I used I coloured them with distress stains in vintage photo.

The chipboard letters I coloured with distress stain and then heat embossed them with Utee.
Other supplies I used from Imagine if...were...the felt butterflies and the tiny roses :)
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Happy crafting people :)
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