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Friday, 31 July 2015

#31 Tag Friday - Holiday Memories


Today over at A Vintage Journey HERE you will see fabulous inspiration from some of my fellow Creative Guides as we have at Tag Friday post. I decided with the holiday season in full swing to make a tag which captured a holiday memory for this young couple in the photograph from Tim's  Photo Booth pack.


I started off with a Manilla Tag swiping through Antique Linen, Picket Fence and Weathered wood Distress Paints which had been spritz with some water. I dried my tag and stamped my script stamp from the Papillon set with Potting Soil Archival Ink and my flourish with Cobalt Blue. I went around the Word Paris with Glossy Accents to make it pop. Adding on some remnant rubs.


My photo booth pic I scratched the surface and added a remnant rub to it. My ephemera I gave a coat of clear Distress crackle paint and once dry rubbed on some Distress ink to highlight the crackles.


My Eiffel Tower was cut out from chipboard and given a mixed media effect.



Finishing off with a strip of lace and a star with some Alcohol Ink on it.


Thanks for stopping by today,

Julie x


19 comments:

  1. Fabulous ! Absolutely Gorgeous project !

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  2. Oh this is so romantic, Julie! The crackle on the Eiffel Tower and the Remnant Rubs are so effective with that loving couple! Hugs!

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  3. What a gorgeous tag Julie!!! Love the sentiment! Such a great design and great colors! Thank you for the inspiration my dear!
    Hugs :)

    Samra
    Paper Talk with Samra

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  4. What a romantic tag Julie! love the blue on the background and the wonderful Eiffel Tower! Julia xx

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  5. Fabulous Julie and I love your colour choices! So soft and pretty! The subtle crackle on your Eiffel tower looks fantastic too!

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  6. Love the soft, gentle feel to this thoroughly romantic tag Julie. Jenny x

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  7. Lovely romantic, nostalgic atmosphere - just love that script background.
    Alison xx

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  8. Wonderful tag, beautifully romantic. Enjoy your trip down South Julie too ;)
    Biggest hugs
    Donna xxx

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  9. A gorgeous vintage shabby tag Julie and the glossy accents on the word Paris worked a treat, it really stands out. See you tomorrow woo hoo.
    hugs Brenda xxx

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  10. Beautiful Julie! So soft and romantic, I love the Paris theme! happy weekend :)

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  11. So very vintage shabby Julie - gorgeous colours and the background is just wonderful. Enjoy your weekend in the south! Jennie x

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  12. Such a fabulous tag and love all the elements! TFS

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  13. Oh so very romantic Julie. Gorgeous colors -- weathered wood is a wonderful addition to the color scheme here. And I really like the glossy accents on "Paris". Beautiful tag. -- Mary Elizabeth

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  14. A beautiful vintage tag Julie with a touch of romance . Love the script background and the way your have accentuated the word Paris with Glossy accents . Lovely subtle crackling to your Eiffel tower too . x

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  15. Talk about romantic! Julie, this tag is sooo lovely! A fabulous AVJ Tag Friday creation!! Happy Weekend!! XOXO-Shari

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  16. Gorgeous colour palette Julie, perfect for this very romantic and beautiful tag! Amazing how the Glossy Accents makes the word Paris just leap off of the tag, wonderful effect.

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  17. Gorgeous tag Julie - love that background with the glossy accents 'accents' a completely inspired move. Lovely to meet you on Sunday - hope your journey home was not too tiring. Nikki x

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  18. No matter how I try I just get further and further behind..so glad i didn't miss this, Chrisx

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  19. What a soft and romantic tag, Julie! I love the colors you've chosen for your background, the crackled elements and well, just everything! And, Chris, above, you're not as behind as I am, my dear! Julie, thank you for all your sweet comments on my blog. They just make me smile! Hugs!

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Thanks for visiting, I love to read your comments so I know you have stopped by and look forward to visiting your blog.

Julie x

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