The challenge is, as always, hosted by Linda at Studio L3 and this week Simon Says Stamp is offering a $25 gift certificate to one randomly drawn participant.
First, I apologize for taking the pictures on my nasty silicon mat- it's a mess but I was not paying attention and didn't realize it until I was editing. Second, I took them horizontally and they don't convert to vertical without becoming freakishly distorted…. so I'm stuck with a weird horizontal photo.
Personally I think the bow is just fabulous. I used the Blended Stains technique on the seam binding as well as the background of the tag. This ribbon was made using two colors of Distress Stain- Spiced Marmalade and Dried Marigold. I love the results.
Ticket TutorialI'm having an addiction to tickets right now. Vintage is always best but if you can't get vintage tickets then making them specific to your project works as well.
1. I started with a die cut using Tim Holtz Alterations Decorative Strip Ticket Strip. The cardstock is old piece of Basic Grey that already had a cobweb design on it but you could start with a solid cardstock as well.
This Project was linked to the following Linky parties:
Just Us Four
Tater Tots And Jello
Weekly Wednesday Linky Party #2