Thursday, 29 September 2016

C 87 Journey in Time Tag
by Dana Tatar



For this tag you will need:

Journey In Time Journey (C87 002)
Journey In Time Card Kit (MC87 001)
Journey In Time Postage Stamps Clear Stickers (ST87 001)
Journey In Time Window Chipboard (DC87 011)
2 - FabScraps Antique Brass Filigree Embellishments - Bird on Branch (E6 008)
Green Cardstock Tag (5 1/4 x 2 5/8 inches)
Cardstock (Kraft, White)
Vellum
Blue Ribbon (Striped, Floral)
Brown/White Baker's Twine
4-inch Paper Doily
Dye Ink (Brown)
Adhesive Foam


Directions:

1. Cut a 2 1/2 x 4 1/2 inch rectangle from the Journey patterned paper. Apply brown dye ink the edges of the patterned paper. Attach the patterned paper to the front of the tag.

2. Color the Window Chipboard with brown ink. Glue a piece of vellum to the back of the chipboard window. Glue the window chipboard to the front of the tag.

3. Attach the 2 Bird on Branch Filigree Embellishments across the bottom of the chipboard window.

4. Apply 3 of the floral stamps from the Postage Stamps Clear Stickers to white cardstock. Cut the stickers from the cardstock, back with adhesive foam, and layer along the bottom of the chipboard window.

5. Apply brown dye ink to the edges of a die-cut airplane. Attach the airplane, patterned side down, to the top of the window chipboard with adhesive foam for dimension.

6. Cut the word "Journey" from the title strip of the Journey patterned paper. Apply brown dye ink to the edges of the word and glue it to the top right side of the tag.

7. Cut a piece of blue floral ribbon to length and glue along the left side of the tag.

8. Cut a 4-inch paper doily in half. Apply brown dye ink to the edges of each doily piece. Glue the doily pieces to the back of the tag, slightly off center from each other.

9. Loop a piece of striped blue ribbon through the hole in the top of the tag. Tie a piece of brown/white Baker's twine into a bow around the blue ribbon to secure it to the tag.


10. Cut a piece of kraft cardstock the same size as the green cardstock tag. Attach the cardstock to the back of the tag, covering the ribbon and doilies, creating a smooth finish for the back of the tag.




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