Saturday, June 6, 2015

what? no green?! better take a trip in the wayback machine.


Time:  <2 Hour
Yield:  1 # 8 Tag
Wet Ingredients:
  • Ink –  Distress  D.I.Y. (Broken China, Mermaid Lagoon, Tumbled Glass), Old Paper, Tea Dye, Twisted Citron, Walnut Stain
  • Markers – Distress Tea Dye, Posca White
  • Other – Distress Micro Glaze, Snow Cap Mixative
  • Paint – Distress Picket Fence, Walnut Stain
Dry Ingredients:
  • #8 Kraft Tag
  • Cardstock – Manila cardstock
  • Hardware – Star Fasteners, Remnant Rubs – Words, Word Band
  • Other – Chipboard, Modeling Plastic - White, Stir Stick & Stopper, Textured Surfaces Burlap
  • Ribbon – Jute String, Linen Ribbon, Thread
  • Dies – Fresh Brewed, Labels, Mini Styled Labels, Shape Strips
  • Stamps – Linen
  • Stencils – Splatter
  • Tiny Attachers























  1. Oops, I commented but then my kids had me logged out of Google...UGH! So, ya this is AWESOME and the tea tabs are perfect. Makes me want my Chia Tea Latte. And since you've added the stopper I should get inspired, go get a latte so I can have a stopper too.

  2. Completely love the tutorial!!!! I just purchased both the coffee and teacup dies and was looking for the perfect inspiration! This definitely does:) Fantastic!

  3. Very creative and beautiful tag. The photo tutorial is wonderful as well.

  4. I am really liking your distressed tag....The detail is just AWESOME>>>>
    I like to drink tea every now and then too, so when I saw your tag, I had to take a closer glad I stopped by...loving your creative process!!!!!!

  5. I Love your take on this months tag! Awesomely grungy and the little details you added just make it that much better.

  6. MMM london fog. Off to by tea once our smoke arrives.

  7. MMM london fog. Off to by tea once our smoke arrives.

  8. Popped over from the TH blog to have a closer look at this amazing design! Love the tea tags and the way you made your background. Awesome sauce! ~Niki


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