Tuesday, 12 April 2011

Try it on Tuesday Challenge

Good morning everyone, hope you are all well and excited for another weekly challenge on
Try it on Tuesday. This week is Tag week so we want to see your tags please; using Red, Black and Cream!
The design Team has been busy making amazing tags to inspire you so do go over and take a look and join in the fun with us. This week we are sponsered by Emma who is offering a prize of £15.00 to spend in the Stamping up catalogue.

This is my tag in a bit more detail
I used  red card as my dase tag, stamped a script in black and the umbrella man in the same. The main image was highlighted with glossy accents too. I used a bit of D Ink to define the edges.
I cut a black border using a Martha Stewart punch for the bottom, added cream flower filigree papers to the sides with jewels in the centres

Some cream and black ribbons to finish. Nice and simple but a classy colour scheme I think.
Be blessed in your art today......

9 comments:

Clarky J said...

Its Fab Neil - love Umberella man he is always so cool! really classy colour combo Emma chose - lovely to work with I thought . janet

ARTful Wings said...

It really is fab - love how the Umbrella man looks 'wet' Polly

Bella said...

Great tag. Very classy. love, love, love the umbrella man. Can't get that stamp set for love nor money here in SA at the moment, think it is still on the water...

Angela Weimer said...

Neil, Such a great card. love how the flowers are part on part off to add dimension. Glad Susan's wrist is better. Have a great day. Angela

Lindart said...

Love the highlights on the umbrella man - one of my fav stamps! Also neat to see the pairing of flowers with umbrella man. Brilliant!

Julia Dunnit said...

It looks great - flower filigree...huh? Whre form? is it a die? is it a packet full? Is it supercutterneil? Please tell!

Spyder said...

I do love those flowers, haven't come across them...yet!
(Lyn)

Lisa said...

Wow! What a gorgeous tag!

Dolly Daydreams said...

What an amazing tag , love the contrast between the umbrella man and the flowers plus the glossy accents takes it all to a whole new level.

Marie