Today I'm sharing my! It started with a challenge from Rita Barakat on New Year's Eve and then I kind of wanted more.
I'm sure I'm not the only that struggles with being/staying positive somedays. I have great days, but some days are hard. So what started as a challenge, turned into little embossed/foiled/stenciled/papered labeled wooden tags that now hang in my kitchen, where I can see them everyday!
There are no step outs on these little lovelies, just the finished projects and some close ups of the gorgeous texture. And I used some of my favorite companies to create these.
|The little hanging tag family|
It all started with this embossing challenge in the Rise and Shine with Rita Barakat facebook group.
|Chipboard pieces for the background are from Southern Ridge Trading Company and all the embossing powders are from RB Magical Mysteries line from Emerald Creek|
|Look at this lovely texture!|
I love the simplicity of this tag
|Added a touch of RM Mixed Media Medium, some Ranger Foil and a TH Quote Chip|
|Painted with Finnabair paints, Ranger texture paste through Rebekah Meier's stencil from TCW.|
It was an embossing night for sure and I pulled out some of my faves from the Seth Apter Baked Texture line from Emerald Creek.
|Yumm!! Patina Oxide and Chunky Rust!|
|Background paper from Canvas Corp, Vintage Beeswax Baked Texture EP, AI dyed roses from TH, TH Quote Chips, TH baubles dyed with AI, Southern Ridge Trading Company Chipboard, Patina Oxide EP|
|Little close up of my resin roses and baubles, dyed with alcohol ink.|
|Yes, I am addicted to Patina Oxide embossing powder!|
And to be able to hang them all, I used some wire from my stash and Eileen Hull's Twist and Style Tool.
Thanks for stopping by today and have a great day!