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Are you ready for our March blog hop? The theme for this month is Spring. Is it Spring yet where you are? The design team is sharing their spring themed projects! We hope you will hop through the projects and find inspiration for your own projects. If you complete the hop, you will be eligible to win an awesome prize!
The prize is a $25.00 gift certificate to the Paper Wings Productions online store.For a chance to win all you need to do is:
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- visit each of the participating designer's blogs and leave a comment
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Some materials and instructions:
1-I used an oversized wooden tag and covered with an used Stay-wet painting palette paper, which was stained with many acrylic colors.
2- I cut a flower to make shaker flower using a Queen & Co. shaker flower-die-set.
Then, I added some translucent and gold big glitter and colored the outside of the flower with pink glitter marker:
3- I stamped the my flower using Hero Arts black ink:
at this moment I wasn't sure which of the flowers I wanted to used, but I got inspired by this picture and decided on the evening primrose because the colors coordinate so well with my painting pallet paper and shaker-die cut:
4- I die cut some other wild-flowers shapes using the left-over of the Stay-wet paper:
5- I used some vine stencils from Anna Griffin and TH distress paints to add more to the colored background:
6- I colored a Creative Embellishments vine die cut and the stamped flower with markers and mermaid paint brushes from Jane Davenport:
7- I stamped the sentiment with black HeroArts ink and embossed it with CTMH embossing powder on a handmade cardstock.
It gives an interesting effect because this paper absorbs the wax from the embossing powder giving the letters a metallic shimmer, but not the 3D effect.
and I added a green metallic marker frame around the cardstock:
8- I attached some twine and a Moroccan bead to add some interest to the tag.
9- Finally, I cut a flower arrangement that came with the handmade cardstock in three and added it to the tag:
I hope you enjoyed this fun spring tag/ wall hanging:
I'm the last stop in this fun blog hop.
Here is the complete line up just in case you get lost along the way***
THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR JOINING US TODAY!
&Let Your Creativity Take Flight!
BTW, I'm participating in the following challenges:
acrylic paints/ markers / mermaid brushpaints
Lemon-lime twist (TH distress paint)/ elements of spring time/ metallic
the multiple colors and texture of the walls, the rose vines and the blue of the lady dress, which I used in some of the wild flowers...