Well it's lovely to be home and this is my first non-scheduled post for three weeks, what can I say? I wanted to keep my blog ticking over but I haven't been able to comment in all that time as the resort wifi would grind to a halt very quickly and my Ipad decided to be temperamental leaving me unable to access the internet for most of the time. But I will make up for it next week. I just have to get some projects finished for almost immediate deadlines and I will be out enjoying crafty days on Saturday and Sunday, so hopefully I will catch up with all of you who have been so kind to stay with me asap.
On to my Tim tag, amongst these DT and workshop deadlines I have managed to get my Tim tag completed this week. It follows his guidelines fairly closely but I have also followed my muse, as he said to do, and made changes as I was going along.
I love Tim’s film strip and using the mini portraits in it, to me it creates such a great embellishment and focal point, adding more interest and detail. I collect and cut all the portraits from his paper pads to use this way.
You can see it’s a very busy and textured background and the elements sit beautifully over the top.
Can you live simply and seek adventures? I think so, I think we should seek new adventures every day and for me many of those are by experimenting with ideas, styles and techniques so that I can grow and be excited by the projects I produce.
What adventures have you had lately?
I’ll be out both days this weekend, a day with Andy Skinner tomorrow and a PaperArtsy day on Sunday. Lots of wonderful ‘play’.
Stamp sets I used are – Merchantile, Classics #2, Classics #3
Thanks Tim for another inspiring tag, I look forward to seeing your creative make every month and of course September is not that far away now is it?? I’m off to link this up to Tim’s blog.
Take care , my love and hugs to you all and have a great weekend..
glad you've had a good holiday, and it's good to see you home. FAB tag!
Great take on the original Brenda!! Love all the vintage photo elements you have added!! I have wondered a few times where you get those mini versions???
Anyway, good to have you back and enjoy those workshops at the weekend!! (I am green with envy...:o))
Totally gorgeous tag, Brenda! So much to see..love all little details and colours!
Your tag is so beautiful. Really love the look of it. You've done a good job. Thanks for showing Anneke.
What a fantastic Tag! Hugs Dagmar
Really stunning tag Brenda. The colours are just perfect. Hugs Rita xxx
Lovely tag and I really love the details you added to the filmstrip! Thanks so much for sharing!~kim
Simply stunning!!!! Just stunning! LOVE the photo, and the photos in the filmstrip! Awesome!!!
Fabulous tag Brenda - have a great crafty weekend
Fantastic tag, all the details look great, love the film strip.
Your take on Tim's tag is just wonderful Brenda - great colour choices. Anne xx
Good to have you back!
I like the combination of images especially those placed inside the film strip and also your mix of sentiments on what is such a fabulous tag.
Brenda what an AMAZING tag. Love each of the details and the over-all look. You are right the background is rather busy and textured. But allthough that you managed to get it all melt together into a fabulos tag !! I admire your talents so much ! And the way you added all those small pics behind the filmstrip is a gorgeous idea !!!
Thanks a lot for sharing and inspire all of us.
Hope you'll have a lovely weekend. Sounds like a lot of fun creativity Andy Skinner etc etc... Lucky YOU .....
Hugs from SPAIN
So cool, that's a wonderful take. Love the images behind the film strip.
gorgeous tag, love the colours..have a fun weekend x hugs x
WOW this is amazing and so clever too.
Beautiful tag you've made!
Wonderful, absolutely wonderful!
So beautifully layered Brenda and with fabulous detailing - it's gorgeous! Hope you have had lovely hols and enjoyed your workshops. Nicola x
Beautiful, love all the bits and pieces on it!
A fabulous tag, I love all the details.
Gorgeous tag Brenda!!!!!
Saw this on Pinterest and had to hop over to see the details!
Fabulous job on the tag. I love how you used the filmstrip and the papers.
Pinning it for my "files".
Gosh, all those details and layers, amazing :) xx
Scrumptious colours, and the little film strip is brilliant!
Fantastic tag Brenda. I can't believe I missed this one, saw it on Pinterest. Wonderful colour, amazing composition and full of vintage goodness. LOVE IT!! Karen.x
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