September 12, 2014

Tag You’re it Challenge #6

Hey everyone,
I have a new tag inspiration from Tag You’re It challenge for you today.
This  gorgeous tag is by one of our designer from TYIC –  Karin Akesdotter.
Beautiful pastel colours and love the placement of the flowers and the font of the sentiment. I am inspired by these but being a bright girl, I went for something bright.
Season's greetings
I have used black tag from American Crafts. The poinsettia is from MFT which I have stamped using Festive Berries distress ink and water coloured. I did two of these. Cut one in full and other the centre layer only. I then stamped the poinsettia in Mowed Lawn distress ink and watercoloured. On this one, I cut the periphery to use as leaves. I then just layered the centre layer of the poinsettia over the full poinsettia then the leaves under the full poinsettia. I adhered this layered watercoloured poinsettia on the bottom of the tag. Then white heat embossed the sentiment also from the same set from MFT. Finally accented with gold sequins from Pretty Pink Posh. I love the colour contrast of the flowers against the black background. 
It is you turn to play along. Head over to Tag You’re It Challenge Blog to see what the other designers did with the tag. You can also find the linky to link your project at the blog. 

Thanks for visiting. Have a great day!
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  1. Gorgeous Christmas tag! Love the black base everything stands out so vividly!

  2. Beautiful tag, Gayatri! Great contrast! Ingrid xx

  3. Lovely. Of course, everything you do is gorgeous.

  4. the dark of the tag with the bright white sentiment looks stunning Gayatri. Love the poinsettia

  5. the dark of the tag with the bright white sentiment looks stunning Gayatri. Love the poinsettia

  6. Beautiful tag Gayatri!

  7. I love your pretty tag, Gayatri!

  8. This is gorgeous, Gayatri. Love the black tag… different and really makes the poinsettia pop.

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