Hello fellow crafters!
Today I have some super pretty tags for you and in a couple of hours you can recreate these using left overs from your stash.
Firstly you need 1 sheet of white cardstock, 1 sheet of patterned paper and vellum paper.
The white cardstock tag needs to be cut the largest, then the patterned tag slightly smaller and finally the vellum slighter smaller again.
I used Helmar 450 quick dry adhesive, gluing in the centre only so the tag layers would still appear at the edges.
I then cut a gauze piece into small pieces and slightly teased them out. You can purchase packs of gauze pads from your local chemist at a small cost.
I attached the gauze with Helmar Fabric Glue, using a small dot in the middle.
My next layer I added a leaf layer (I am sure you will have similar in your stash!). Again I used the 450 quick dry adhesive to attach and again only using a small dot in the middle.
Now for the fun part making your layered paper flower. I used a hand paper punch and cut three different sizes and a centre.
I slightly rolled the petals upwards so they did not appear flat. I then used Helmar's Liquid Scrap Dots in-between each layers and to attach centre. This gave my flower height and a 3D effect of a real flower. I then attached this slightly off centre over the leaves with the 450 quick adhesive glue.
I have finished by attaching a gem stone and using black and white twine.
Simple, quick to put together but so pretty, well worth the effort of a couple of hours.
Thank you for stopping by today and see you soon xXx