Wednesday, 30 September 2015

Silhouette Sampler...and Tag Along News


After much thought, I've decided to put Tag Along on hold until Mandy decides whether she wants to take it up again. For one thing, I'm no longer crafting (just a bit of digital), plus the number of participants has dwindled noticeably lately.

I'd like to thank all of you who have kindly hosted/helped me out -  and everyone who has entered the challenges while I've been caretaking. Hopefully we will see Mandy back at the helm some time in the not too distant future.

Deb x

PS I'm still taking care of Sunday Postcard Art for the rest of the year. The plan is that, for the first couple of months of 2016, I'll co-manage SPA with Mandy (hopefully, I'll have all the hosts in place for January and February) and then bow out.

Thursday, 24 September 2015

Tag #106 Silhouettes

Add a silhouette to your tag, whether it's a traditional cameo or maybe something stencilled like these...

Thursday, 17 September 2015

Tag #105 Tea and/or Coffee

This week show us your beverage themed tags. Teapots, coffee cup stains, the Mad Hatter's tea's up to you, just as long as it's a tag! Deb x

Wednesday, 16 September 2015

Think Outside the Tag showcase

Some lovely over the edge tags this week. Here's just a couple of them.  Thanks to everyone who joined in. Deb x



Thursday, 10 September 2015

Tag #104: Think Outside the Tag!

This week I'd like you to add elements that go over the edge of your tag, as the flower and bird have in my sample. Hope you have fun with it. Deb x

Wednesday, 9 September 2015

Crackle Showcase

Many thanks to Alison for brilliant tag, and for choosing the tags in this week's showcase. She's also written why she chose them.
The magical look of this, with the dancer poised on the cracking ice (Swan Lake + The Nutcracker all in one), really captured my heart.  I think it's beautiful.
The distinctive image of the woman works so well against the deep colours of the background, and the crackle really intensifies those colours.
 I love the delicate colours and the fantastic porcelain crackle which makes this look like a piece of antique china - lovely!