Tuesday, 16 May 2017
Tuesday, 2 May 2017
I hope you will hop on over to Chrissie's blog
to learn more about the prize.
Stay creative and have fun!
Tuesday, 18 April 2017
Last time Joan offered a prize, and she put all the names into a box
and drew the #9 - Mimi. Congratulations,
please contact me at bastelmania(at)gmx.net
so we can get the prize to you.
Tuesday, 4 April 2017
Tuesday, 21 March 2017
which was kindly sponsored by Karen of Lunagirl.
Karen picked the winners,
and #14, Wendy Lynn of Paper Whims.
Please contact me, bastelmania (at)gmx.net
Congrats to Wendy, and thanks to karen!
We were all delighted to get so many entries
for the challenge, thanks!
in these 2 weeks;
all formats are allowed. just have fun and
show us what you make!
one and only
I am sure Wendy's beautiful tags will be a
great inspiration, and I am looking
forward to seeing
Tuesday, 7 March 2017
the wonderful tags you made last week -
thanks so much for joining us.
Our lovely Michele is showcasing
Tuesday, 21 February 2017
It was great to see so many people joining in last week,
thanks to all who entered, and I'm hoping to
see just as many or even more joining in this week.
Last week I offered a little prize to kick-start our challenge,
so congrats to YVONNE / Meggymay whose name was pulled
out of the hat. I will send off your little surprise
in the course of the week.
The most beautiful spring flowers for me are the blossoms which
appear like magic on the trees, in soft pinks and whites,
and I have tried to capture that feeling here in my tag.
The image is Da Vinci's 'Leda' (Lost Coast Designs)
Have a fun week, we are all looking forward to seeing
your entries and visiting your blogs!
Tuesday, 7 February 2017
tags for you each time,to give some inspiration,
and this time it's Chrissie.
Hello there Everyone, Chrissie here from Jumbled Crafts.
I joined Tag Tuesday in January 2014 and it was
a very active blog then, so I hope it will be again.
I was honoured to be asked to choose the first subject
on the new format at Tag Tuesday. The subject
I have chosen is Bookworm. So anyway
you like to interpret the theme
is up to you, and I look forward to visiting your
blogs and seeing what you make.
Here is my craft tag that can also be used as a bookmark.
I made a template for the book, and have put it on my
blog post if you would like to make one of these tags
by the wonderful Cicely Mary Barker. I am sure you will have seen
her work before as it is in many children's books of the
past. She was born in 1895 and I can recall getting stamps
when we attended Sunday School. Some of them were her religious artwork and usually had children on them
somewhere. Most of her more recognised work
has fairies and children on it.
Wednesday, 1 February 2017
Tuesday, 31 January 2017
The other one has two Romans on, who were well known for mosaic tied floors. I have added some small mosaic tiles to that one as well. I hasten to add the two guys could be Greek for all I know, but on my tag they had mosaic tiled floors.
Hello! I hope everyone is doing well. Another fun theme this week!
The three gentlemen are from a stamp by Stampington & Company. The gears are from a die cut by Memory Box, balloon stamp (I believe Stampin' Up) and the words "fanciful adventures" are a sticker from Splash of Color. I cut the tag from free paper in a Somerset Studio magazine and used a SU tag punch for the top.
Have a wonderful week!
Sunday, 29 January 2017
Tuesday, 24 January 2017
People paint rocks or add stickers and hide them for others to find. A tag is affixed to the back of the rock with information, something like this: "Northeast Ohio Rocks! Find our group on Facebook. Take a photo of the rock you found and re-hide it. Have fun!"
I decided to try my hand at painting rocks and it was harder than I thought! Here is a picture of my rocks - the strawberry is a painted rock. I put a pineapple sticker on the second one.
for this i used a tag base and pebble-ish looking background along with many other elements by dezinaworld. the background paper for display is from jodie lee designs.
enjoy; love to all.