Here is my version of the Funkie Junkie Christmas tag number 7!
I had been hoping some Iced Spruce would be appearing (in fact I had mentioned that in the previous tag post - but of course tag number 7 was posted without Linda ever seeing my question!)
So I was thrilled that Linda used Vintage Photo and Iced Spruce - both are gorgeous colours. There are a few items Linda used that I didn't have, but I certainly had enough to be able to put together a tag to show what I was inspired by!
I was inspired by the embossed background - though I don't have the one that Linda used, I found one that I quite liked...I covered it in Vintage Photo DI and spritzed it with Biscotti pearl mist.
I added a strip of die cut lace that had been inked with Iced Spruce DI and dabbed with Vintage Photo DI.
I loved the mini tags but I didn't have any - so I drew and cut my own one out. I decided to have just one because the tag size I am working on is quite small. I then blended Iced Spruce DI over the tag......
........and stamped it with the mini apothercary script stamp with Potting Soil
Archival ink. I sprayed the tag with Biscotti pearl mist.
I wanted to keep the same word and I used Grungeboard letters. I painted the letters with Snowflake Fresco paint. I did consider adding my favourite Rock Candy Distress glitter to the letters to give a 'snow' effect, but I realised that I had enough glitter planned for this tag as it is....we don't want to overdo things!!!
I didn't have the Poinsettia die cuts - but I really wanted to keep a floral element here....so I used some Tattered Florals die cuts and inked them with Iced Spruce DI and edged them with Frayed Burlap DI. I then stamped the smaller flowers with the script stamp. They were attached with silver brads that I had covered in Ginger Alcohol ink.
Sadly I don't have Vintage Photo Distress Glitter so instead I inked some fern die cut shapes with Vintage Photo and then covered them with Rock Candy Distress glitter, giving them another layer of ink after the glitter has dried. I did the same for some holly leaves too - inking them with Frayed Burlap DI and then covering them with Frayed Burlap Distress Glitter (Frayed Burlap and Antique Linen Distress glitters have become my Silver and Gold glitter now! - I love that they are a dull metallic rather than the too shiny glitter)
I also left some Holly leaves just with Frayed Burlap DI as a contrast
I covered some leaves with Iced Spruce DI and edged them with Vintage Photo DI and then covered them with Rock candy glitter. Then I covered some flourishes with just Vintage Photo and left them glitter-less
I arranged the flowers and leaves in a crescent shape down the side of the tag.
The small tag was placed onto the tag and I added a bow of ivory hemp string
The tag was finished with a bow of ivory crochet lace...........
And here is Tag Number 7! Hope you liked it!
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