Mother’s Day Ornament/Tag

May 5, 2010

Here is an ornament/tag I created using an image from this vintage lady pdf. I LOVE these images and plan on creating a few more ornaments to attach to gift bags as needed. I always write a little note on the back of the tag for the recipient as I feel it adds such a personal touch to the gift.

And I was really happy with how the rose looked on the tag too. I added a little creamy brown ink to distress it just a bit. I think it’s perfect. Those of you registered in my Tips, Techniques and Tutorials workshop, I will be posting the tutorial on how to recreate this soon. So be watching.

Supplies Used: Maya Road Scroll Frames, Ledger Paper, Sheet Music, Platinum Stickles, Maya Road Chandelier Bead, Self Adhesive Pearls, Buttons, Brown & White Baker’s Twine, Creamy Brown Ink

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  • This is darling!

  • I have your book and love it! I didn’t even realize this was your site until I hit page 5…I obviously have been enjoying your website, too! I don’t scrap but do a lot of papercrafts, as well as jewelry.

    My daughter and I just started a blog a short time ago and would love to have you visit. She actually created it for me as a gift :-). Our address is…

    It really isn’t all about our jewelry…that’s just the name we had to settle for!


  • Hi Lisa, I love your beautiful tag. Just perfect for Mother’s Day.
    Thank you for stopping by and leaving your comment. Yes, I just love your book and only had it a few weeks when my book club sent me another by mistake, I decided it would be wonderful to include it in my Spring giveaway with my rose print so I purchased that one too. Was going to show inside pics, but thought I’d let it be a surprise. LOL~~ I know the winner will love it and maybe others will decide to purchase one too.
    We are actually neighbors of sorts as I live in Flower Mound. So nice to meet you and thanks again for stopping by. I certainly enjoyed my visit here.
    Hugs, Celestina Marie

  • Beautiful! Love the shape… the buttons… the vintage picture! TFS!