A Little Mixed Media

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After receiving an email from a blog that I subscribe too, I discovered several tag challenges. For this tag, I’m participating in two different ones.

The tag I have created is a Mixed Media tag. I used a Tim Holtz stencil and white embossing paste to make my background. I then added a few spots of gold stickles. I then stamped and punched out my poinsettia. After laying the poinsettia atop of the base I decided that I needed a sentiment so I stamped my sentiment and then punched the right side of it to add more character.

Once the layout was completed I then added my bow and tag ribbon to it. I hope this tag gives you inspiration. Have a Wonderful week!

Please be sure and visit the following two sites that I’m participating in their mixed media challenge.

http://happylittlestampers.blogspot.com/2015/11/hls-november-mixed-media-challenge.html

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6 thoughts on “A Little Mixed Media

  1. What a lot of texture on your pretty tag Amy. The stencil was a great idea and I love the beautiful poinsettia and the traditional festive colours.
    Thanks for sharing with us at HLS.
    Hugs
    Carol

  2. Amy, I love all the little details – the gold stickles on the white embossing paste is brilliant! Love that little touch. And the poinsettia is just gorgeous. It’s a beautiful tag!! Thanks for playing along with the first Mixed Media challenge at Happy Little Stampers! 🙂

  3. Hi Amy. LOVE the traditional colours of your mixed media tag. The stenciling adds so much texture … and your beautiful layered poinsettia is not only gorgeous, but adds lots of depth and dimension. Thanks so much for sharing your tag at my Twelve Tags of Christmas event.

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