Thursday, 23 April 2015

Vintage tag - Home

Hi, everyone! I am back to share my new vintage tag with you. I made this while my daughter was having her lunch :) It was easy and fun to make. I used kraft tag and applied the white acrylics paint randomly. On top of that base I used Tim's cracks stamps with coffe  Archival ink and stamped here and there to get some texture. Then I stamped the focal image (LaBlanche stamp) with black Archival ink and add the quote. I put a metalic corner and some of Tim's Idealogy goodies to embellish the tag. That vintage looking ribbon is from my stash. For a final touch, I draw the lines on the borders using my detailed Faber Castell marker.
Thank you all for taking the time to visit my blog and leave a sweet comment! It means so much to me.

Challenges:
Country View Challenges - Use kraft card
Stamps and Stencils Challenge blog - Anything goes
A Sprinkle of Imagination blog - April Challenge










15 comments:

  1. WOW Branka your tag is stunning!!! You are so immensely creative! Thank you for the inspiration! Have a great day my dear!

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    1. Oh, thank you so much, my so lovely friend for those kind words!
      Have a wonderful rest of the day, dear Samra!
      BIG hugs :)
      xxx

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  2. Wowsers Branka, loving this!! OK, I just added that stamp to my wish list, I would have never given it consideration, but now that I see how you used it...me wants!!! I just love the stamping on the paste on the kraft, pure genius and it looks so dreamy!! Well done my friend! hugs :)

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    1. Thank you so much, my friend!
      Have a great weekend!
      Hugs :)
      Branka xxx

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  3. Home really is where you hang your heart! Love the stamps and the crackle background on this lovely tag. Awesome sauce and well done Branka! Hugz to you muffin! ~Niki

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    1. Thanks so much, hun!
      BIG hugs :)
      Branka xxx

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  4. Wow, Branka! You made this while your daughter was having her lunch? I could not have done the doodling in that time! By the way, I love your doodling! What a great use of the kraft card--love that whitewash look! You are an amazing artist! Big hugs, and happy weekend to you!

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    1. Oh, thanks so much, my dear! It's one simple to make tag :)
      Big hugs :)
      Have a wonderful weekend!
      Branka xxx

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  5. Wow, Branka! You made this while your daughter was having her lunch? I could not have done the doodling in that time! By the way, I love your doodling! What a great use of the kraft card--love that whitewash look! You are an amazing artist! Big hugs, and happy weekend to you!

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  6. This is one stunning tag with a beautiful vintage scene. I can see it on a gorgeously packaged present that's been wrapped in brown paper. All those little details really bring it together. Please come and enter this in the A Sprinkle Of Imagination challenge :)
    Hugs
    Georgie xx

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    1. Thanks so much, dear Georgie for those kind words and for letting me know about that fabulous challenge blog! I have just entered :)
      Big hugs and have a great weekend!
      Branka xxx

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  7. I like the cracked background it makes a very interesting base for the stamping. Thank you for joining in with our challenge at ASOI this time.

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  8. Sometimes the simple things are the best - I just adore this. The white crackle is so effective against the kraft, and I love how you've let that glorious stamp speak for itself.
    Alison xx

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