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Prima Doll Dream Mixed Media Tag

My OWSE Secret Santa sent me a Prima Tag pad.  I love having the tags ready to be decorated. 

I started off by stamping the letters onto the tag with versa mark and embossed with white embossing powder.    colored over it with a red gelato.  I cleaned the letters off with a cue tip.


Then I stamped a large doily stamp with versa mark and embossed with light blue embossing powder.
I then rubbed some distress inks over the tag with Tim Holtz tool.  I used mustard yellow, vintage photo and old paper.


I stamped my Prima coll onto white cardstock and again on a couple of scrap pieces.  I cut the designer scrap pieces out and paper pieced her clothes.  I love doing that!
Added some snow writer for the lacy frill on the bottom of her skirt, some liquid pearls to her sweater and head band and some glossy accents to her shoes.
Tied on some seam binding and I was done!


 She turned out fabulous!!!
 
 You can get these supplies at Robyn's store Outlaw Women Scrapbook Emporium.
The prices are ALWAYS 20-25% less than retail!!

Check it out today.

Thanks for stopping by & I pray you have a blessed Friday!!
 
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