Tuesday, 1 May 2018

TAGplorations~ Bloomtangled!

We're baaaaaaack! That's right STAMPlorations is back with it's Monthly Challenges! And what better way to start than with ...


Yep...hop along or create a WINGED-THEME Spring project for your chance to win some great prizes. Check out here for more information and fabulous inspiration from the DT. Just don't forget for the TAGplorations Challenge, be sure to create a TAG themed project! :o)

Today, I'm using the BEAUTIFUL Bloomtangled #1 Coverplate along with a small Tags #1 with a butterfly and sentiment from the Trendy Butterflies 2 stamp set!

I went CAS here as I didn't want the Bloomtangled background to compete with my Butterfly. I cut out the coverplate from White CS and adhered to a black card base. 

I then Stamped the medium butterfly from the Trendy Butterflies 2 set onto a piece of paper I watercolored with Dr. Ph. Martin's Bombay India Ink in Bright Red. Once dry, I  fussy cut it out and adhered to my tag.  

I then stamped the sentiment from the Trendy Butterflies 2 set onto the second smallest Tags #1 set in Black Onyx Versafine Ink. A little gem from my stash finished it off. :o)

I sure hope I've inspired you to get crafty today! Oh and don't forget if you use code "STAMPGIRLAMY" you can get 20% off your purchase! 


6 comments:

SHartl said...

I love that fancy butterfly and the dark background!

vinita jain said...

Simply so beautiful with flutterby!

Gail said...

I surely like how your butterfly stands out on your tag

nancy littrell said...

Loved how you used your bloomtangled coverplate for your pretty butterfly. A fun and artsy tag, Amy. TFS Hugs.

Karenladd said...

That butterfly just pops against the black and white die cut background for a spectacular piece!

Lucy E. said...

Wow-that Bloomtangled die cut in white
looks fantastic against the black!
Great way to highlight the butterfly!

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