Friday, June 6, 2014

Thank You for being you - Hero Arts


Hi Everyone!



Today I have a tag, with recycled lace and trim, made for Virginia's View challenge and ABNH's "It's not in the cards"  challenge.
I used dies from Hero Arts and memory box. The sentiment and lace are also from Hero Arts.
I'm also entering this for Curtain Call's "Something simple" challenge.

Have a great day, hugs, Karin

17 comments:

Barb said...

Oh, Karin, this is so gorgeous! Beautiful use of neutral colors! Love it!

Virginia Lu said...

What a perfect way to use those dies! I adore the CAS design and use of an old lace! It makes me so happy to see your entry, Karin! Hope you are well. And thanks for playing Virginia's View Challenge!

Annette Allen said...

wow gorgeous.. love how you used this die..

Lisa said...

Perfectly simple, perfectly sweet!

Miriam Prantner said...

Love it, perfect, love how the sentiment goes into the die cut a bit.

Gerdine said...

Beautiful!

Katie Ann Brooks said...

so elegant!

Indy said...

Simple, but gorgeous!
Hugs,
Debbie

Barb Ghig said...

Gorgeous tag, Karin! I love the neutral color combo, and that you used the negative of the die cut flowers ...so crisp, clean and elegant!

Tracey McNeely said...

Beautiful pattern, love the little bow! Thank you so much for sharing with us again at the Curtain Call! :)

Cindy C. said...

Beautiful tag, the white on kraft looks fantastic!

Anita in France said...

The vanilla and kraft are gorgeous together, Karin ... love the sweet touch of lace! Anita :)

Cris G said...

So beautiful. I love the contrast and the lace.

Karen King said...

Love the inlay idea for a tag. Great color combo.

~amy~ said...

Karin, this is gorgeous! I love your tag!
Thanks for joining us at Curtain Call!

Maya said...

Sååå snyggt som vanligt! :) Hoppas allt är bra med dig? Så kul att se dig bland bidragen i utmaningen hos ABNH, jag vet nstan alltid vad du har gjort utan att titta bland namnen. Kram!

Rebecca said...

New to paper craftting, how did you make the white inlay into the kraft paper?