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A Sparkly Tag

It is me again - I had some time to play today so I checked out a few challenges at found some much needed inspiration. This is what happened:


In the making of this tag I was inspired by the following:

Retro Sketch #103 - A Tag Sketch
Pile It On #8 - Thinking of You
Paper Pretties Challenge- Ribbon
Crafty Ribbons Challenge #77 - Ribbon
4 Crafty Chicks #182 - Things With Wings
Papertake Weekly Challenge - Lovely Layers

I used several dies (Impression Obsession Fence and Bow, Whimsy Stamps small doily, MFT rolled rose), papers from SU!, some silver glittery stuff from a Christmas pick, a honeycomb stencil from The Crafters Workshop, a butterfly I purchased at a convention (no name on the bag), some SU! ribbon, and a SU! Thinking of You stamp. My tag base is some corrugated cardboard from a box that I painted whited and trimmed in grey.

Hope you had a wonderful weekend! I got to go on two dates with hubby, spent some quality time with my sweet daughters, read a book, lost 1 lb (remarkable considering my dates with hubby were at restaurants) and got to create several fun things - so it was a great weekend for me!

Hugz!

Comments

  1. Love your card with the corrugated, painted cardboard. Awesome butterfly..bunches of other goodies, too.

    You did have a good weekend.
    Hubby and I walked at the park today. It was a beautiful day and so many people were out walking. Loved it. Congrats on that weight loss.

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  2. Oh my goodness, what a fabulous tag! The colors are so stunning. Thank you for sharing it with us at Pile It On! -- Our linky issue seems to be fixed, so please stop back and link up this great project. Thanks for understanding! Best, CG

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  3. That is one special piece of artwork. It doesn't look like a tag. Nice work.

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  4. That's a tag?! I'd love to see the gift that gets wrapped underneath this beautiful creation! It's over-the-top elegant and so so special! Nice job on this one!

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  5. This is gorgeous!! Love the corrugated base and all the lovely details on top.

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  6. WOWZER! Now THAT's a tag!!! Absolutely gorgeous! LOVE all the elements! YOU GO GIRL!!!

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  7. Oh wow this is gorgeous, so rich and elegant too.
    Hugs Desíre {Doing Life}

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  8. Amazing!! I didn't realize it was a tag either, until I started reading your description. Love the corrugated background.

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  9. Simply stunning texture on your amazing tag! I love the butterfly, flowers and the other details. Thanks for sharing your incredible design with us at 4 Crafty Chicks for our Things with Wings Challenge.

    Tamie DT

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  10. This is a gorgeous tag, I love all of your fabulous details.
    Pauline
    x

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  11. wow, this is stunningly beautiful Nancy. You put everything together so well. Glad you had a nice weekend!

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  12. OMGosh so beautiful! I love the sparkle and the fabulous butterfly. What a great design.

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  13. Now why can't I create tags like this?!! Lol..
    Love it hun!


    Thank you so much for joining us at Crafty Ribbons for our challenge and good luck!

    Hugs,
    Karen. DT.xx

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  14. Go glad you got to have a wonderful weekend, makes the week so much better! Absolutely gorgeous tag, incredible elegance!

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  15. Amazing design and dazzling embellishments, simply an awesome tag. Thanks for stopping by and leaving the lovely comments.
    Hugs
    Berni
    berni46blogspot.

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  16. Wow Nancy! What a fabulous & delicious tag...just loving all your work you have done...oh I do love it!
    Thank you for playing along at 4 Crafty Chicks.
    Debi - GDT@4CC

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  17. Super inspiration, love the tag, it is like a wedding dress. So ethereal and heavenly. Simple divine.

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  18. wow beautiful tag nancy.stunning butterfly and flowers and i love the texture and sparkle :D

    xx coops xx

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  19. Really pretty! I really like those flowers!

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  20. Beautiful tag, Great mix of textures and softness with the flowers. So very pretty.

    Hugs
    Sue

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  21. Nancy what can I say that is beautiful! I can't believe that, that is the tag for a present, the pressie must have been something special. I love the texture that you have used on the tag and the colour of them flowers with the white is stunning. Thanks for sharing
    Hugs Kelly xxxx

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  22. The butterfly is from House Mouse!!! lol I got some of those too. Your tag is gorgeous. It looks just like something I would make-full of bling and full of die cuts....my favorite.
    Bear Hugs,
    Carol

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