Join us with your musically-inspired creation!
- A large Ranger tag (won recently through Tag Tuesday's Joan) sprayed with Dylusions sprays in Vibrant Turquoise and London Blue... guys, I gotta say: my Dylusions sprays are always in the mix, but I don't think I've used them in a month at least :(
- Old sheet music. My maternal great grandma was a music teacher and I have her entire stash. And some of my stash was from my paternal grandfather, brought back from the European theater of WWII. Anyway, I traced the sheet, cut it out roughly, and stitched it on using my neglected sewing machine.
- The hearts were cut from Yupo paper previously embossed with a Taylored Expressions sheet music folder and inked with various Ranger alcohol inks. This paper sat in my stash until this project! I cut the hearts out and stitched them on.
- Ribbon from a Funkie Junkie Boutique purchase goodie-bag
- "Love and music" stamped with neglected Amy Tangerine alphabet stamps with Vintage Photo Ranger ink from Tim's MM palette
- The washi tape at the bottom has hardly been used. I stitched it on as if it were ribbon.
- The sequins... major stash item... I glued them on with Glossy Accents in a way to make them appear as if they were just dropped on there...
Well... what's your jam? You going to join us at SOS with some music-inspired crafting?
What's your fave music? Share with me!
LOVE is totally totally the right word for this amazingly lovely, clever, sparkly, colorful, musical creation!!!ReplyDelete
I can't add anything more to Lauren's comment than FANTASTIC!!!!!ReplyDelete
Ohhhhhh Mimi!!! Your tag is ALL kinds of awesome! I love all the pretty sequins!!ReplyDelete
Fab job sistah!!
What an eye catching tag.ReplyDelete
Mimi, what a gorgeous tag, the combination of colorful and shiny elements truly is amazing. Every single thing on this tag stands out and, at the same time, combines with the others beautifully, just so lovely.ReplyDelete
I love your idea of stitching on the washi tape, decorative and clever. And the random placement of sequins looks great!!ReplyDelete
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