Monday, 18 February 2013

Tag

This has been sitting on my desk for a while waiting for inspiration and I finally got there!



I stamped the main image with embossing powder and then removed it with the iron (and yes it was the one I use for my clothes!)  Click on the image for a more detailed view.

25 comments:

Cath Wilson said...

Absolutely stunning, Carol - a gorgeous image and it's turned out absolutely beautifully! Did you add any inks over the top at all (other than the crackle effect that is)? xxx

Craft Addicts - Tracy Evans said...

Gorgeous Carol, love the image and resist. Tracy x

sam21ski said...

Oooops re your iron!! has it now become your craft iron?

Well worth it though, your tag looks lovely

Sam xxx

Sue said...

LOvely ethereal feel to your tag Carol.

Suzanne C said...

This is right up my alley! I love the neutral color tones and the beautiful white of the column against the crackled background you stamped? Gorgeous!

Neet said...

Lovely tag Carol - I do like the way the background looks but cannot work out how you did it. It looks kind of crackly.
Hugs, Neet xx

Juls said...

Ooooh gorgeous!!! Hugs Juls

Kaz Brown said...

that's gorgeous, I love the main image, it's lovely in white. fabby tag!!

Chris said...

Fabulous tag, Carol. Love the white image and the fancy bottom :o)

Chris xx

Karin said...

oh Carol, this is stunning!

Ria Gall said...

this tag looks so romantic and the antique feel works so beautifully with it.
This is such a pretty tag I love it
Ria

Rosie said...

Gorgeous - love what you've done here.

Annie said...

Carol, this tag is a beauty! It has a wonderfully dreamy feel!

Paula Whittaker said...

Wonderful looking tag...I always use my clothes iron for all my projects and my hair drier too lol

herminesplace said...

Its gorgeous!

butterfly said...

Utterly gorgeous... well worth clicking on for the close up. The embossed arches are so beautiful hovering over the stony background - really beautiful, Carol!
Alison x

hazel said...

A fabulous tag, I love the white image and the crackle background.
xxx Hazel.

karen said...

very, very beautiful Carol.

Paula Jane Atkinson said...

Fabulous art since my last visit!
Love the 3 different cards below.
I have a few items to blog from January but my blog appears to be broken!!!

Asia King (aka Joanna K) said...

I've never felt brave enough to try this technique but I really ought to. Your tag looks amazing, pure stamping crafts(wo)manship! x

Marilyn Rock said...

Great tag - love that background!

Gay Peplow said...

Brilliant tag Carol :0) I hope your iron has recovered! Thank you for your get well wishes, Hugs Gay x

Alison said...

It's simply stunning Carol! xx

craftimamma said...

This is absolutely wonderful Carol. I love the image that you used for the resist. It's a beautiful tag.

Hugs
Lesley Xx

Sarah Anderson said...

Oh a girl after my own heart! I'm always using my clothes iron for crafty things, well, not always, just when I need an iron!!! Gorgeous tage