Sunday, March 16, 2008

grungeboard continued


This is what happened to all those swirls I experimented with for my craft critique article. I used them on these tags for a swap I'm in to give our lovely hostess Jan some ideas before she takes her big cruise with tim holtz in alaska. It was a fun experiment. I used some vintage manilla tags for the base that I stamped with one of the new ATC stamps by tim for Stampers Anonymous using kaliedacolor fresh green ink. The flowers are all diecut here on my handy little cuttlebug and then colored with everything I could imagine. You'll see stickles and embossing powder used as well as lots of brilliance ink. The brads are from my stash. TFL

7 comments:

Kim H. said...

Oh my Gosh these are gorgeous! I love what you have done!

Allison said...

These are lovely...so out of my element...I'm jealous!

Heather Grow said...

They are gorgeous. I love how they are all a little bit different.

MichelleO said...

Very Pretty! Love that Grungeboard! There are so many uses for it.

The Artful Eye said...

Tami I love these flowers. Are the swirls the grungeboard and the flowers cuttlebug. What is the name of these cuttlebug flowers? I have some flowers but they don't look like this or maybe they do and I need to take a closer look! :)

Beautiful!

Tami Bayer said...

Thanks for all the kind words. The flowers are a sizzix die that I got at CHA, so not sure if it's on the market yet. I did use the die in my cuttlebug. The swirls and the flowers are all grungeboard. I love this grungeboard stuff.

Lesa said...

Way cool tags. Love your style Tami!!