Monday, 12 March 2012

Floral gift tag

Here's another guest project for the Chocolate Baroque Design Team blog.

While I had the Copic and Prismacolor pencils out to color the image on the seed packet I shared last week {here if you didn't see it and would like to}, I also coloured the floral spray from the Fragrant Honeysuckle set and turned it into a pretty tag. I think this would be a lovely addition to a gift of a bunch of flowers - perhaps for Mothers Day?

I stamped and cut out with a Beaded Oval Nestability die and then carefully cut the beads off, cutting round the flower head and leaves that extended beyond the basic oval shape. I coloured the image with Copics and Prismacolor pencils and then sponged ink round the edge. I stuck the coloured piece onto a second beaded oval die cut and finished with a simple ribbon at the top.

I used a Copic marker to colour white silk ribbon on this and the seed packet project - it's a great way to get a match for the colours in your image.

Fragrant Honeysuckle (Chocolate Baroque)

Cryogen White

Adirondack by Ranger (Espresso)
Jenni Bowlin ink by Ranger (Soap Powder)

Copic markers
Prismacolor pencils
Beaded Ovals Nestabilities by Spellbinder
Silk ribbon

Thanks for stopping by today!


Paula Whittaker said...

beautifully coloured.

Kaz said...

This is so pretty Joanne xx

Karen said...

This is so springlike, I love it Joanne xxx

tracy said...

thats sooo pretty:)
seeing alot of yellow around lately-my fav colour :)

Kath said...

Would be a pretty addition to any gift.

Anesha said...

This is beautiful!

Sue said...

Such pretty, fresh colours perfect for spring flowers.
Sue x

sam21ski said...

Wow Joanne, lovely colouring

Sam xxx

Alison said...

So pretty! x