February 26, 2018

I Know


Love this little miss and those doe-eyes--she's included in the latest release of Tim Holtz Paper Dolls. She's sitting inside a Mini Cabinet Card that I fussy-cut and behind it is the backside of the card that I tinted to provide a darker backdrop.

The frame's scrollwork was embellished with a Picket Fence Distress Marker and Glossy Accents along with dots made with Scribbles. The butterfly was stamped, cut-out, tinted and crackled.



My starting point for this tag was trying out the new Idea-ology Worn Wallpaper and an attempt to achieve a peeling effect. That's cardboard as the base filled in with texture paste to simulate the look of wooden laths and plaster.

A Clippings Sticker, more dots of Scribbles and a piece of Lace Trimming were also used.

8 comments:

  1. Love the background effect-Nice! Awesome girl image sitting inside mini cabinet card, beautiful framing & design. Gorgeous tag!!

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  2. My new favorite tag of your's! I love it! I pulled out my Tim products to make a card the other day and had so much fun putting it together using a paper doll.

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  3. Love your beautiful vintage creation, I struggle with vintage and your tag is fantastic inspiration xx

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  4. I would say you succeeded at your peeling wallpaper over lath and plaster effect! Love that, and topped with this pretty girl in the altered cabinet card is just genius! Fabulous make! Hugs!

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  5. As always I'm fascinated by your tags! This is no different, I adore the design, always original, and the collages you make! fabulous work! barbara

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  6. so very clever how you mixed int he Worn Wallpaper...and what a GENIUS way to alter the mini cabinet card. Amazing how a little fussy cutting can transform paper.

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