Good morning!  Well, I finally did it  . . . I got all 12 tags completed.  I had such a wonderful time creating each and every tag.  I have to say that doing this project has completely rejuvenated me and I have new ideas flowing.  That’s a good thing!

Here’s T!m’s Smiley from millan.net Tag 12 and mine is below.

Tag12

The background was made with the Wrinkle Free Distress Technique using Broken China and Vintage Photo Distress Inks.  Gold Perfect Pearls mixed with water was then sprayed over the tag and dried.  I copied a page from one of my old Hymnals that was torn and halved already.  I completed the look by distressing the edges and sponging with Vintage Photo.  The flourish was stamped over the background and the music in gold acrylic paint.  Using a piece of the music paper, I stamped the sentiment “let there be Peace” and embossed it in gold.  A Memory Capsule was filled with gold beads and put in front of the sentiment.

The flower was made using my Faux Porcelain Technique using Cranberry Crisp paper and Grunge Paper.  I actually made the first flowers with Grunge Paper and they came out so dark (because I couldn’t decided on the color and kept playing) that I went with regular cover stock.  The leaves are made from Grunge Paper that was colored by misting with a Shabby Shutters/Forever Green Pearlized Distress Mist.

  • Stamps:  Pollen Dust from Fancy Pants Designs; En Francais from SU; Snowman for Peace by Anna Wight from Whipper Snapper Designs
  • Paper:  Manila Shipping Tag; Printer Paper; Cranberry Crisp
  • Ink:  Ranger Distress Embossing, Broken China, Vintage Photo and Shabby Shutters
  • Accessories:  Spellbinders™ S4-109 Flower Creations 3 and S4-193 Peony Nestabilities; Ranger UTEE, Melting Pot, Mini Misters, Non-Stick Craft Sheet, Forever Green and Gold Perfect Pearls, Gold Acrylic Paint Dabber, 1” Memory Frame and Memory Capsule, Matte Accents; Tim Holtz idea-ology Mini Pins and Swivel Clasps; May Arts Ribbon; Old Hymnal; Gold Micro Beads; Hot Glue Gun

I hope you have a fabulous day, and thanks for joining me on the BAD Side for a little bit!

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