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Wednesday, December 4, 2013

Poinsettia Tag

Time for Tim's December tag... He whipped up a pretty poinsettia using the frosted film.  I have had some frosted film for awhile and hadn't had a chance to play with it.

I used the inspiration from Tim to create my tag: 

 I started with white cardstock which I cut into a tag shape.  I then applied Ranger Distress Stain - Gold over the Tim Holtz Stencil randomly to give a textured background.  I added a few spritzes of bronze mist. I also stamped script in the background using Ranger Distress Ink - Walnut Stain.

After everything was dry I stamped the Postcard stamp using the Ranger Archival Ink -Coffee and heat embossed with brown embossing powder. I also did the same with the Penny black sentiment.

I created my leaves using Acetate and frosted film. I applied alcohol ink over the frosted surface to get the green color.  I stamped script using StazOn Ink after I applied the alcohol ink.  I heated them up to get the shape.

The Poinsettia is tissue paper misted with Dylusionals with frosted film applied to it after it was dried. I then embossed the leaves with an embossing folder.  I applied a touch of white paint and Ranger Distress Paints - Gold to the edges.  I die cut them from the Sizzix Susan Kremertz Poinsettia.

Have a wonderful day!

Suzz

15 comments:

  1. Oh, my! Absolute gorgeousness, Suzz! Love every detail - wow!

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  2. A stunning tag, what a beautifully created flower!!

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  3. Gorgeous tag Suzz, absolutely amazing poinsettia and background. Love the natural element too and the bells. Tracy x

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  4. This is really pretty! I love the burlap. Adds such fun texture.

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  5. Stunning poinsettia, and I love the rustic touch of the burlap... what a great tag!
    Alison x

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  6. Beautiful! Your flower is gorgeous and I love the added burlap.

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  7. Oooooo, I love your tag!! Your 'recipe' for your flower is such a cool idea--gorgeous colors!!

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  8. You have made it alive, beautiful.

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  9. a yummy tag, with such beautiful details!

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  10. Wow, this is breathtaking.
    Gorgeous take on the challenge

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