Tuesday, 12 February 2013

F is for Frozen

The Letter "F" is for FROZEN. Last week, we had rain that turned to sleet that turned to snow that turned to ice. All of our trees looked like they were incased in crystal. It was beautiful. I ventured out and took some pictures of the trees. I was especially drawn to a tree with berries. I found my inspiration for my tag!

  I used an out of focus picture of the icy trees for my background. I took Sculpey and made both branches which I painted , covered with Inkssentials Glossy Accents and crystal glitter. I wasn't entirely pleased with my first attempt, so I made a second. Can you guess which is the first tag and which is the last?


Thank you all for your kind comments last week. I"ll be back after Bible Study and school pick up to look at all of your finely fabricated,fashioned and formed fancy, fabulous, fascinating tags!

13 comments:

  1. What a great idea Maryann. Both branches look real to me! Love the iced lettering. Fabulous!!

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  2. Beautiful tags, it's frozen here too! Valerie

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  3. your tags are F for fabulous. How clever you are
    Kind regards
    Pat x

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  4. Bbrrrr, just looking at the tags is making me cold, lol. They are great.

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  5. Fabulous frosty tags! Carolyn x

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  6. What lovely and chilly tags you've made this week! I really love the branches and the frost - very clever and effective, and they look so good against that lovely photograph.

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  7. Two very frosty looking tags indeed I cant decide which I like better both are great!

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  8. Two fantastic, frosty tags, make me feel quite chilly, I think top one is best, Jane xx

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  9. Fabulous idea maryann. I think both tags are great :0) Mo

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  10. Lovely tags, Maryann. Such a good idea, and so beautifully done.
    Jane x

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  11. Brilliant!!! May x x x x

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