Today we are so excited to be celebrating Emerald Creek Supplies Anniversary!!! It is such an exciting time for the store and blog. We are so glad you are joining us in the celebration and for your viewing pleasure I created a "Cherish" Tag since I think all anniversaries should be a time to be cherished.
Begin by stamping the Large Butterfly Stamp with VersaMark.
Sprinkle Allure Weathered Wood Embossing Powder, Terra Cotta Embossing Powder,Iron Embossing Powder to top of stamped image.
Apply Twisted Citron Distress Ink and Fossilized Amber over top of embossed butterfly.
Fussy cut butterflies out, layer together.
Die cut tag, purple card stock and pattern paper from XL Tag.
Ink edges with Vintage Photo Distress Ink using blending tool.
Die cut mixed media #2 from pattern paper die cut.
Adhere tags together.
Die cut chipboard and pattern paper using XL Tag and Nameplate Die.
Adhere to pattern paper die cut to top of chipboard.
Die cut "Cherish" from purple card stock.
Adhere "Cherish" to top of nameplate.
Add to top of tag with pop dots.
Die cut wild flowers from card stock and pattern paper.
Adhere to top of tag along with journal image from paper pad.
Add prepared butterflies to to of tag.
Add ribbon to tag along with the Antique Brass Metal Circle Brad.
Remember to stop by the Emerald Creek Supplies Blog to see other anniversary projects the design team has prepared for today's celebration and to give Kim a HIGH FIVE for being amazing!!!
Make sure that you go and check out the rest of the Emerald Creek Dares Design Team taking part in this challenge as they have all created fantastic pieces for this week's challenge:
Don't forget to enter your project into our Emerald Creek Dares Challenge for your chance to win a $50.00 gift certificate for the Emerald Creek Store!
Emerald Creek Supplies:
Amazing tag Pam!! I just love your creations so much! And I love seeing other people fussy cut :)ReplyDelete
Pam, what a beautiful layered tag! I love the way you have mixed up the embossing powders on the butterflies! They look amazing, and I can't believe they were fussy cut! You have the skills of a surgeon! Great design! Hugs!ReplyDelete
Fantastic tag Pam! Love all the layers you've added in and all the embossing powders you've used!ReplyDelete