Tuesday, 20 August 2013

Sweet Stamps challenge #131: Anything goes with AF stamps


Hello my dear crafty friends and welcome to your Sweet Stamps Anything goes with Artsy Fartsy stamps week!
Today I am going to show you my new and fancy Mixed Media tag made with a new ATC size stamp and another gorgeous Sweet Stamps Six Hearts Medallion  stamp as my background.

This tag was made without any patterned paper at all. I stamped the background with black permanent ink and then  misted it with a mix of 2-3 mists, added Pink Paislee fancy sticker part, some really vintage lace and then made the central panel.

The central panel was stamped with this gorgeous new AF  Parisienne Collage cling stamp and misted  with thew same mists colors and then embellished with a few pearls.


As my final touch I added resin Eifell tower piece, a huge paper flower and Pink Paislee misted butterfly.
Hope you like my project and would paly with our Anything goes challenge this week!


11 comments:

Carolyn L. said...

Absolutely stunning! Love those colors and that stamp.

Shelly Schmidt said...

Beautiful! LOVE the step by step how-to! Great colors and love that flower and the butterfly!

Sandy Fredrick said...

Gorgeous design, love the colors and the added pearls on the image.

Lisa's Creative Niche said...

This is beautiful! Love the colors and layering!

Roxie said...

Love the colors, great job with the new set.

Denise said...

Just love everything about this! Your colors and your dimension!
Sweetie Hugs
Denise
xxx

Jacqueline L. Challiss Hill said...

Such fantastic colors. I love the combination of details. So fun!

Nicky Wilcox said...

A gorgeous tag love it xxx

Avril Ann said...

Irit, this is wonderful, such fab, stamps and papers and detail, great work xxx

~ Kendra ~ said...

Beautiful bright and fun tag! Love it! Love all the details!

knitter99 said...

I really like the additional layering you added for dimension which gives us as stampers additional space we are looking for to add an extra look. Very nice ideas & instructions of how to.

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