I'm back (again) with another creation inspired by the Winnie & Walter Birthday Bash.
My next creation is a tag for the Gold + Watercolor, Over the Edge, and Anything but a Card challenges.
I enjoy making tags..I do not create enough of them.
For this tag, I used a piece of 6x6 piece of Canson cold pressed watercolor paper. I heat embossed some small circles (which now look like polka dots) for a bit of emboss resist.
I sprayed the watercolor paper with Cracked Pistachio, Lucky Clover, and Twisted Citron distress sprays. After applying the sprays, I added a lot of water so the colors could mix and flow.
I stamped the sentiment from the Big, Bold, and Party stamp set from Winnie & Walter, and the 'streamers' from a stamp set released in the Stamp of Approval Young at Heart collection in Versamark ink so I could gold heat emboss them.
Can you tell I LOVE the Big, Bold, and ??? stamp sets?
I love gold and green together. Perfect for a March birthday, don't you think?
I cut the piece down to about 3 7/8 x 4 inches, and added a piece of white card stock to the back to hide all the messiness. The corners were angled with a corner chomper. A crop-a-dile for a hole and some gold ribbon to finish it off.
Thanks for sticking around through my rambling and many posts today. I have one more; and I thought I would add it to the end here, instead of a whole new post. :-)
This card was inspired by the color challenge.
These are not colors I typically work with...but they are beautiful!
I created a panel from Tim Holtz Distress watercolor paper using Abandoned Coral, Peacock Feathers, and Twisted Citron Distress ink pads. I smooshed them on my craft mat, spritz with water, and ran the card stock through it.
I used the same stencil, my Twisted Citron ink pad, and a blending tool to create the panel for the right side of the card. To tie in all the colors, a strip of watercolor paper colored with Peacock Feathers Distress ink was added.
The panel was free cut to fit the size I wanted, and adhered with 3M foam tape. A few clear sequins from Doodlebug were added around the sentiment panel.
Woo! That was a lot of fun. Thank you for hanging in there with me.