Sunday, February 26, 2012

Spring is Here!

Well, it is Sunday evening, here in the states. My post today is for the current challenge at PanPastel UK Challenge. This week the theme is to include "Ribbon" in our project. I began with a piece of card stock. I added three different shades of PanPastels in shades of yellow/green to the card stock for a lovely soft background and trimmed my card stock into a tag shape. I wrapped a doily around the tag, inspired by a tag I saw on Pinterest earlier today. The stamped images are from the Birds of a Feather plate by Artistic Outpost. Finishing touches include eggs at the top of the tag are under Ideology Fragment Charms, vintage black seam binding, liquid pearls and feathers. Thanks so much for stopping by and have a wonderful week. Best, Yvonne


Suzanne C said...

Beautiful collage of images. Lovely!

Unknown said...

Really stunning love the whole project.Thanks for joining us at PanPastel uk.

Kerry DT Leader

Silvia(Barnie) said...

Yvonne, that's a fabulous tag, love all the details.

Meggymay said...

Stunning tag, love the feathers, the colours are beautiful.

Alie Hoogenboezem-de Vries said...

Wow, this is stunning Yvonne!

greetings, Alie :-)

Ephemera said...

How beautiful is your tag, the stamped bird is gorgeous, and love the added weather. XX

Brenda Brown said...

Gorgeous, gorgeous card Yvonne. I love the contrast of the doiley and the feather. There is very much both a masculine and feminine feel to this card.
Have a great week my friend.
hugs {brenda} xox

Lindsay Craftymonster81 said...

A stunningly beautiful project, love everything about it and the ribbon is the perfect finishing touch. Thank you for joining in with the PanPastel challenge blog
Lindsay xx

Eileen said...

Oooo yes ... I love tags and this is a stunner! Gorgeous work and you blog is super duper! Thank you for joining us at the PanPastel UK Challenge this week .
Eileen xxx

Anonymous said...

I am sorry I have missed out on so many posts.
Oh I just love this. It makes me want to dig out bird stamps, which I don't use often enough. Love the little details.