Sunday, 18 January 2015

Thoughts, hopes and wishes.


My turn to post at the Country View Crafts Project blog today and I didn't schedule the post to go in time, so apologies for that.


This is a size 10 tag with a textured background, distress spray stains and with an altered mini canvas with a Tim Holtz portrait on. The circular embellishment in the bottom left hand corner uses a fragment adhered to a snippet of Tim's wallflower papers.

A few more photos can be see at the project blog.

hugs Brenda xx

14 comments:

Nicole Wright said...

This is so pretty Brenda with all the layers and grungy bits.

massofhair said...

Beautiful collaging, layering and colour palette! :-) xxx

Beth B said...

Wow! Your work is just so inspiring -- this is absolutely beautiful!!

Anita Houston said...

LOVE this!!! Layers and layers of taggy goodness!

Meggymay said...

Fabulous tag, loads of interesting details and layers.
Yvonne

Sue said...

Hello Brenda,
It relates Vintage beautifully, and your collage work is fabulous.
Smiles:)
Sue

Rita said...

What a wonderful tag Brenda. Size ten size allows you so much more space to play. Love it. Hope your staying safe and warm. Hugs Rita xxx

Ruth said...

So beautiful, such layers and textures...so much to see, a wonderful tag! Ruth x

Juls said...

gorgeous!!! Hugs Juls

Pamellia Johnson said...

Wow Brenda, I mean WOW!! This is just amazing! That texture is phenomenal, I'm off to see more pics! big hugs :)

Terry said...

Brenda, this really does have a "Wow" factor going on. Love all the collaged layers and texture. Total gorgeousness! Hugs!

Astrid Maclean said...

A complete stunner Brenda, so many cool mixed media techniques! Amazing collage (you are the master of this kind of collage technique) I love the idea of the mini canvas too!! May have to case that at some point lol! Brilliant!!

Shari Trumbull said...

Fabulous tag, Brenda!! Love all of the layers and textures and the wonderful little photo! Now, you called the element encircling the woman scrim--is that raffia? It looks like raffia, or paper ribbon? I love how you've used it!! Just fabulous!! XOXO-Shari

butterfly said...

She's beautiful - I see what you mean now about the pairing with the masculine tag. Amazing textures and wonderful collaged layers - this is a beauty!
Alison xx