Here is the final installment of the project...
I printed a digital image bought from House of 3 on the background
and placed a cameo in the oval frame.
Some brown Glimmer mist sprayed onto the cameo face gave it a more authentic "vintage" feel.
The medium rosette by Tim Holtz is finished off with a ribbon flower.
The image at the bottom of the tag is a free printable from the lovely people at the Silverbox Creative Studio - just click on the image on their post and it will download some great stuff to use in your projects.
Strips of black flower tape were adhered to the top half of the tag and a heart die-cut covered with brown glitter.
A piece of ribbon tied the heart to the tag and "I love thee" punched out and placed over it.
The wings really posed a problem!
In the end I decided to use a die-set from Sizzix and trim the wings to fit my tag.
Strips of Sketchbook Tissue Tape by Tim Holtz added visual interest to the top and bottom of the tag.
For the "crown" I folded a square filigree element in half and decorated the top with light-blue bling.
A watch-face and bell completed the design.
An image from Shabby Cottage Studio was glued to the back of a microscope slide and then adhered onto a "Top Ten List" ticket from 7Gypsies.
Rub a postal element very gently onto the microscope slide and rubber-stamp a decorative border to the upper right-hand corner of the ticket.
Well there you have it! My take on the 12 tags of 2011.
I hope you've been inspired to go and make your own art!?
Please visit the 2GypsyGirls blog for more tag inspiration.