Hello again! Kim here to share another of my AB Studio ‘The Versailles’ projects with you.
Teamed with some awesome Annabelle Acrylics, honestly how could you go wrong!
This time I have created a Gift Tag.
Here, let me show you…
To create this tag I firstly cut a large basic tag shape from some thick cardboard. Then I covered this with some canvas, making sure to spread the glue evenly, (I like to use an old credit/store card to do this). I then cut another piece of cardboard smaller than the base and added/ glued down some of the AB Studio ‘The Versailles’ – Sheet 7 – Morning Dew (love the soft stripes on this paper.)I then stuck this down on my canvas base.
I had a piece from ‘The Versailles’ -sheet 5 – Little inspirations, left from another project so I trimmed this and then gentle ripped it roughly in half, distressed the edges, added cardboard to the back of the 2 pieces and stuck them in place, leaving a nice gap in the centre of the tag.
I knew I wanted to incorporate a lovely door from AB Studio ‘The Versailles’ sheet 2 – Golden Gate, so I cut a few out and selected this one. I glued some cardboard to the back and stuck it in place. The cardboard allows, height so you can tuck things behind and also adds interest. Next I added fussy cut flowers, leaves, ribbon, cheesecloth/muslin for softness and a little touch of lace! I also popped a little pretty ribbon through the hole at the top of my tag.
To complete my tag I stuck down the ‘Lucky’ sentiment, (cut from one of the description strips in this collection.) And then I glued down the Annabelle Acrylic doodle hearts and the Annabelle Acrylic sentiment ‘Love’-White.
(The word ‘Love’ actually comes in a word pack and is available in white or black.)
Take a look at the AB Studio ‘The Versailles’ Collection (below)
The thing that I really like about this collection is that you can create projects for male or females. You have the soft pastel pink tones but also some great dark colours, just perfect for male or grunge type projects!
Thank you for stopping by I truly hope you have been inspired in some way?
Until Next Time