Hope Shabby Chic Vintage Tag

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Hey there Paper Peeps!  Dropping in today to share a very vintagy and shabby tag today created with the Triptych chippie and lots of mixed media supplies.

Hope Shabby Chic Vintage Tag

 

I really into pinks and gold this season. It’s so pretty and romantic : )

There’s a garden of flowers of course.

Subtle background and mixed media finishes.

Thoughtful sentiment  banner tucked in.

Here’s how I made it….

Start by selecting chippies.

I gave the triptych and a base coat of white. The background is a stencil of gold chevron that has an additional layer of white over top to knock the pattern back a bit. Liquid Pearls give dimension to the Hypericum Berries.

Using my finger I dabbed a bit of Frayed Burlap to the bumpy parts then a bit of a Platinum Stickles for sparkle.

A dry brushing of the gold paint for the top layer of the triptych then adhered to the base. The clock is painted out in white with a generous coat of clear crackle…then allowed to dry.

Using string glue adhere the chippies to create a base for the flowers.

All dressed up with the flowers and sentiment. Finished off with a bit of faux snow medium .

Hope Shabby Chic Vintage Tag on Etsy

~Gypsy Soul Laser Cut Chippies~

Triptych Arch Top

Small Tags Set

Hanging Clock Set

Hypericum Berries

~Petaloo Flowers~

Printed Darjeeling Collection – Floral Embellishments – Petites – Teastained Pink

Darjeeling Collection – Floral Embellishments – Mini Garden Rosette – Cream

Printed Darjeeling Collection – Floral Embellishments – Dahlias – Pink

Okay that’s all for me. Wishing all of you a happy and productive day with lots of time to be creative : ) G

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