Saturday, April 5, 2014

Clear-Embossing, Patterned Paper, TAG-CARD

Just sharing a top-folding TAG-CARD with clear-embossed tulips, 
("Hello" is one of my favorite sentiments to use.)

Arlene asked us to use the following:
  • At least one Hero Arts stamp
  • A die-cut, or punch, or embossed panel
  • At least one embellishment

Stamps:  (Hero Arts): Newspaper Tulips, Say It All
Dies:  (PTI)-Tag Sale #7, XL Rickrack Border; (Spellbinders)-Label
Punch:  Martha Stewart-Border Punch
Ink:  VersaMark, Aquamarine
Other:  Clear Embossing Powder, Cuttlebug-Embossing Folder, Hemp Cord, Gems, Foam Adhesive, Patterned Paper

Happy Spring!
Thanks for your visit.


Trinh said...

I always love your tag cards, Martha! The color combo and tulips are perfect for spring. Hope all is well and you are enjoying the beautiful wildflowers that are popping up everywhere.

Greta said...

What a sweet card, Martha! Love the colors & the tulips done monochromatic is wonderful!

Rosemary said...

Gorgeous, gorgeous, gorgeous! Your tag-cards always blow me away, Martha!!

Gunilla/Nilla said...

You creat the most awesome tags, LOVE this one!

Such pretty colors and details. Makes me long for summer with sunshine and clear blue sky.

Have a lovely day!

Craft Addicts - Tracy Evans said...

Lovely tag card, love the blue and yellow and the tulips. Lovely design. Thanks so much for joining in the Simon Says Stamp ?Monday Challenge. Tracy x

walchowDesign said...

Gorgeous tag! Love your mix of patterns on this tag, Martha!

Cat Craig said...

I loved this in the scramble. You have such a wonderful sense of design. I also love how you photograph your supplies.

Karen Aicken said...

Martha, I always love your tag cards! Great colour combo too ... so fresh and happy.

alexandra s.m. said...

Gorgeous Tag/Card Martha!
YOu always pick wonderful palettes of colors and I really enjoy seeing the supplies you used.

Stacy said...

Love the clear embossed tulips and the rickrack border. And you always use the most beautiful and vibrant colors on your cards. It is amazing, Martha!