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:
acrylic paints/ markers / mermaid brushpaints
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...