Friday, 31 May 2013

This is Not a Tag

Hi Nomad followers and friends.  Hurrah, it's Friday.  Again.  Already.  And the last day of May.  Where does the time go.  Well it's a lovely here again today.  Warm but not too hot.  Well, not too hot for me but the rabbits are all lying around trying to be cool.  It's great fun in the evening when it cools off and then it's like wacky races in the rabbit garden.   It was lovely to sit outside and tangle the frame of this project I was working on for the blue, white, purple challenge over at Tando Creative Challenge Blog.  What a great colour combination and the DT have come up with some amazing inspiration.  

I have used three of the Tando Creative Karen Frames Gothic Arch which I painted with blue acrylic.  The images are PaperArtsy LPC001 stamped in DI Dusty Concord.  The background is DI Chipped Sapphire and the Tando Creative Distorted Harlequin mask onto white card.

I added some of the beaded ribbon trim from the haberdashery.  I had to go and buy some more of this before I left the UK because I liked it so much.  Then I finished with a dark blue frame with I tangled using a blue American Crafts Galaxy Marker.  I haven't done any tangles for a while and it was lovely sitting outside working with this pattern.  Very relaxing.

Joining in the fun at
Tando Creative Challenges - Purple, Blue and White
Simon Says Stamps - Anything Goes

Have a great day everyone and thanks for dropping by.


  1. Great make Gail :)
    Von ☺

  2. Fabulous colours, love all the detail and that wonderful beaded ribbon trim.

    Sylv xx

  3. Fabulous creation.. thanks for joining us at Simon Says Challenge blog

  4. what a lovely idea - thank you for joining us at Tando Challenges again this month.


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