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Tuesday, 15 November 2011

A Medieval Christmas designed for Happy Daze


The current Happy Daze Challenge is 'Explosion of Colour', so I decided to make a tag in bold colours. I used distress stains in Wild Honey & Barn Door to create the background. I used gold embossing powder for both latin scripts and around the edges of the tag. I stamped one of the houses from the Artistic Outpost whimsical melange in black embossing powder, then cut out and added this beautiful image of the Madonna and Child (from Imagenes vintage gratis). I used a hinge from the Tim Holtz elements and added some Inka gold. I dyed some ribbon with the same distress stains and added some fibres from my stash.


The current Happy Daze challenge is An Explosion of ColourYou have until Midnight on 30th November when one winner will be drawn at random to win a  £15 voucher and free P&P to spend in the Happy Daze shop. Maximum of 3 entries per person & you must use at least one product which can be purchased in the Happy Daze shop.
  • You can enter by blogging you address to the linky widget here
  • emailing your picture to info@happy-daze.net
  • uploading your photo to their facebook page


8 comments:

florenceandfreddie said...

Hi Paula. You do have a beautiful style of crafting. This is stunning.
Regards Florence xx

Ana Márquez said...

Oh, so beautiful tag!! It transmits a lovely feeling of peace and serenity. Thanks for sharing!

Netty said...

Beautiful tag, loving the great colours and design, x

Astrid Maclean said...

Stunning tag Paula, love those glowing colours, and such a beautiful image!The way you have done the background compliments it so well!

Dezinaworld said...

Paula this is so beautiful and serene. A gorgeous tag my friend
hugs June x

Silvia(Barnie) said...

That's a wonderful tag, love the background colors and the embossing

lynne said...

Paula
The richness and depth to the colours is glorious making them almost glow. At the same time you have created a piece which exudes serenity.
Very special.
Wishes
Lynne

Yvonne Garner said...

Paula, your piece is gorgeous! Was just looking at this AO frame yesterday and thinking I need to do something with it! Thanks so much for stopping by my blog and leaving kind words! Best, Yvonne