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A Chilled & Calm Tag

Keeping to the theme of things used because they are flavour of the month with me, I made this tag with these gorgeous stamps from Tim Holtz. No dust growing on these yet … love them to bits.

Stamped the faces with a DI then stamped the 2 green clocks off the page. Next came the water throwing, which at this stage left it to dry and made myself a Latte with the new little gadget Andrew bought for me.

Whilst drying the moulding paste jumped into my little puddies and cried use me, who could resist. Put some in a little pot and mixed with an acrylic paint called Sage. Gently dragged it though a Prima 12 x 12 Clock Mask, again left to dry … finished the last slurp of Latte before stamping another clock into the middle. The leaf and torn brown clock were stamped onto kitchen roll and added with Modge Podge. A left over flower from one of my classes, a little ribbon, three eyelets and voilà my finished tag.


Tomorrow you get to see what I have made for the new challenge at Fashionable Stamping Challenges, very girly girly.

The project came about because it was bank holiday Monday here in Ireland and two friends came for a play day at my house … enough said until tomorrow!!!

Another little sneak peak below and maybe you can guess what the challenge is???

Faces 1


7 Responses to “A Chilled & Calm Tag”

  1. Wow this is gorgeous Shirl! Can’t quite tell what you used the moulding paste on but the images and the clock stamps are fabulous. Really love how you put this together. Thanks for always inspiring us. Big hugs,
    CDAC DT Member
    A Look Through My Eyes

  2. Great and beautiful Tag Shirl.
    great details , colors and stamps.
    Greetings Janny

  3. Alma says:

    Absolutely GORGEOUS Shirl! Please, I do not understand all the abbreviations, what does ‘Stamped the faces with a DI’ mean?Love the stamping on kitchen towel idea! Must remember it 🙂

  4. Shirley says:

    Gorgeous tag, love the collage of images. Have a great weekend, Shirleyx

  5. Brenda Brown says:

    Beautifully designed tag Shirley, just love the colours and the way you have used the images.
    hugs {brenda} x0x

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