Tag for a Birthday with Dylusions


Good morning friends,

Yesterday I posted a Birthday Tag, and today I have another Birthday Tag to share with you that I made last night. I am having a tag obsession currently.  I don’t really make lots of tags, but they sure are fun to create on!

I used GREEN because at the Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge blog the new challenge is to use  “A Bit O’ Green.” I would like to enter my Birthday Tag in to that challenge.

Here is my Tag:


I have used LOTS of different Dylusions‘ stamp set on this tag!

For the background I sponged on Dylusions paint: Crushed Grape, and Bubble Gum. Then I sponged on Lemon Zest with the Dylusions stencil Starry Night. With the Dylusions stencil Alphabet Border, and a Sharpie I made those black squares.

For the leaves on the left I used Green scrapbook paper and a clear Dylusions stamp set shown in the photo below.  I added some Green flowers for fun. I outlined the flowers with Stickles, but I didn’t see enough glitter so I add some loose “Moon glitter” to it.

I stamped the face from Curioius Corrin onto X-Press It, and colored it with Copic markers.  I used the flower looking image from Doodle Parts, stamped it 3 times on X-Press It, and colored it with Copics, I used browns because I wanted it to represent hair. The center was colored with Copic’s Neon Pink then added Stickles followed by loose “Moon glitter,” that’s her Birthday Tiara!

Her party dress was stamped and black heat embossed onto Yupo that has Tim Holtz’ Alcohol Inks on it. Using the Dylusions stamp set Passage of Time. I stamped the stamp again, onto X-Press It, and colored her arms and chest with Copics then fussy cut those out.

The legs are from the Dylusions stamp set Legs Eleven,  this was also stamped onto blending card and colored with my Neon Green Copic marker. The shoes colored with the Neon Pink Copic.

The adorable bugs (I am so crushing on these bugs, I just love them!) are from the newest Dylusions stamp set Toadstool Town.  Also colored w/ Copics. The sentiment is from a clear set, w/ no name on it?

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Thank you for stopping by, and thank you for your comments.

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