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Vintage Artistry Tag

Hi Lovelies,

We have made good use of the 'Vintage Artistry' collection by 49 & Market and Helen has put it to use again by creating two stunning tags which will be taught in the one class.

This collection is very neutral toned, which has allowed us to incorporate it into many different projects. Helen has pulled out the green tones in the ferns for these tags by using different inking techniques.

A feature of these tags is the wonderful butterflies which Helen has added the perfect finishing touches to make them really standout.

There are so many little bits and pieces that make up this tag which have been carefully selected by the wonderful Helen.

The second tag also features two delicate keys liked with a brass chain. We just love metal embellishments here at The Scrap N Patch and you are sure to find some you love as well from our extensive collection (and I'm serious when i say extensive).

As we mentioned earlier, Helen has using various inking techniques to highlight the green tones from these papers. Firstly, Helen has stamped a lovely leaf design in green which suits the papers perfectly and seamlessly blends in. Some seam binding has also been hand dyed with some Tim Holtz Distress Ink to continue the green tones.

These tags look so stunning, as always, and will be held as a class on Saturday the 14th. Please contact the lovely staff at the Patch to secure your seat.


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