and also entering my Flag into the 'Chipboard and Metal' challenge over at Frilly and Funkie.
Linda made a Charmer of a Tag this week.
We were also given the image to work with if we wanted....... and I wanted!!!!
My inspiration was the whole Tag, I love every detail of this one.
The brick texture fade was an issue as I do not have one, but never one to let a small detail such as this stop my creativity, I set about solving that problem very quickly and you will soon see how I achieved this as
I have made a tutorial for you.
The inks I used on the substrate
I fussy-cut the little girls.
The Flower was backed with some crinoline and fancy lace, that I bought from the boutique, the leaves are also inked up.
Now you can see the free image, hop along to her Blog and pick it up.
To add more texture.............I heard that sigh !!!!
You will notice my torn crimped paper behind the popped up image, and you will also notice how the little girls come to life popped up as well.
I added the metal clip and twirl.
And the finished Flag which I am pleased with.
The numbers are chipboard, which have been inked in Fired Brick and Chipped Sapphire. (ever so lightly.)
Linda's 12 Tags of Christmas is an inspiration challenge and there will be a winner drawn at the end of the 12 weeks for those who have entered each one. There is plenty of time to take part as each tag challenge will remain open until the 17th December.
12 Tags of Christmas is sponsored by 'The Funkie Junkie Boutique'