Thursday, March 3, 2011

Tres Chic Tag

Our third main challenge at Bella Creations is called Tres Chic.  Each month we focus on a different style.  This month we went vintage.  Additional requirements included a color combo and use of specific embellishments.  I chose to make a tag as my design team contribution.  Since the color combo is navy, khaki and white, I made a navy vine with my Sissex die and sanded some core'dinations paper. I added a s.e.i. petticoat trim to the bottom.  Other items on the tag are the required embellishments. I edged with Adirondack metallic pearl paint dabber. 
Here's the amazing prize for the winner of this challenge, chosen at random. It's a yummy Scraps of Darkness kit. Scraps of Darkness is sponsoring this challenge.  Please click on their link to see their amazing products and Design Team work.

Hope to see your entry at Bella Creations!

14 comments:

Micupoftea~ said...

Cool prize, wonderful tag! I like the sanded embossed texture and that handsome bird! The navy looks so good with the khaki~

Zoechaos said...

Gorgeous tag very pretty and inviting. XOXO Zoe

Jan said...

Beautiful and love the bird image :)

Candy C said...

Beautiful pieces of work that you posted! I love them!! Very shabby chic and wonderful!

1CardCreator said...

Love your tag! Those flowers look perfect too.

1CardCreator said...

Gorgeous, love the tag and the flowers.

clare said...

this is so pretty. x

Netty said...

Gorgeous tag and such fab flowers and picture. Have a lovely weekend, Annette x

Heather said...

Beautiful Tag Helene!

Lori said...

Wow! This is awesome! I love those flowers!

Marie Levite said...

Helene you are the Tag Queeeeeen!!

Sandy Ang said...

vintage loveliness !

stampdiva said...

Vintage Perfection. So beautiful.
Wishes
Lynne
(I need to add a P.S. On reading the comment you left at my Blog, well I cannot tell you how touched I was by your words. To receive a comment from someone whose art I admire so much, it means so much. Thank You.)

Cgra said...

I'm not sure how I missed this beauty - I love it!

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