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October 12, 2009

Page 1 (of 12, apparently!)

I've never made tags, but I have got Sir T!m's Christmas tags, all 2 years worth, printed off and saved, along with his technique tags!!
Anyway,  I bought a Maya Road Mailbox to alter oooh, must be about 18 months ago now, and it came with a postage stamp shaped chipboard book.  There are 6 of the chipboard shapes which gives me 12 sides to decorate in total.  Here is the first one:

Background is a combination of scattered straw, spiced marmalade and aged mahogany distress inks with a Sir T!m flourish mask for interest.  Teapot and cup stamps are Prima and the text is Paperartsy.  Added Prima flowerage, of course!  I've decided the theme will be autumn colours but other than that, who knows.  Of course, even that is subject to change but then, life would be pretty boring if we all knew what we were doing all the time.  Me, I have no idea what I am doing most of the time so life is somewhat exciting!!
So, what does this have to do with tags?  Well, nothing really, except it's sort of tag size (largeish tags) and it's a sort of similar principle and.... well, I don't know, ok!

7 comments:

Carmen said...

Never made tags either but I do like this one. That quote is fab :D

SNAP! About Harpers Island and Henry. My exact theory in one - ooh we are suspiscious aren't we? You watch - he'll probably turn out to be the hero now.

brenda said...

Hi Kay

Just found you and been round your blog, some great projects, keep up the good work.

B x

Helen said...

Love the colour of the background and the flower is gorgeous!

Debsg said...

Great work. My mum has a teapot just like your stamp!

Linda Elbourne said...

Who cares what it is ... you don't have to justify it when it looks as good as that :0)

Julia Dunnit said...

Love the post edge to this album..that page is a treat..love the stamps.

ScrappyDandyDoo said...

Lovely :D