Wood You Be Mine

Just a quick post from me today to share a tag that I found in my picture files.  I realized I had never shared it before.  I made it for CHA-Winter way back in January.

tammytutterow wood you be mine tag

I used my Frosty Deboss technique on this tag.  It is a super easy technique that gives a really cool finish.

tammytutterow wood you be mine tag

I added Distress Stickles to the grungepaper heart to give it lots of sparkle.  Biscotti Perfect Pearls give the banner some subtle shimmer.

tammytutterow wood you be mine tag

I adhered the banner only on the ends with Tiny Attacher staples and in the center so that it would have lots of dimension.

tammytutterow wood you be mine tag

I love the look the technique creates and the way that the crackle paint reacts with the ink colors.  In my tutorial I used Distress Stain to color my tag, but on this tag I used Distress Ink pads.

tammytutterow wood you be mine tag

After the crackle was dry, I added darker brown ink to the edges and on some of the raised areas.  The way it settles into the cracks really accents the crackle and deepens the color.

Supplies

Comments

  1. KimMJ says

    This is just absolutely adorable! Love it and have to try making one…well they are soo cute will probably end up with a bunch. Thanx so much for sharing. :)

  2. Beth W says

    I just bought the embossing folder to make this tag-I loved it the first time you showed it.This is perfect timing-now I don’t have to search for the tutorial.

  3. says

    Love the tag, Tammy!!! Seeing how much you use alphabet stamps inspired me to get mine out when I was making a simple card last week to send to our son at camp. It’s on my blog and I even linked to you for the alpha stamps inspiration!!

  4. Rosetta Jenkins says

    I love anything you make. Your work is just my cup of tea. I have been using the Hero Arts Stamps (LC) since you introduced me to it. Now I have to get the UC and the playful set. You are just so blessed to have the gift of inspiring others. Love you!