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Chocolatier Tag with May Arts


We on the Stampendous team LOVE ribbon! And we adore using May Arts ribbon on our projects! That's what we will be sharing with you this week....lots of yummy ribbons and bows. Visit the Stampendous Blog for all of the details, and info on how to win the prizes mentioned in the above banner. Check out the little tag I'm sharing with you today. It features a gorgeous metallic olive green ribbon with gold. It's just a small piece, but I love how it shines!



Supplies:
Stampendous:
ASCRS05: Shabby Chic
ASCRS04: Curiosity
DCP1005: Fitted Frames A
FREG049: Rose Gold Embossing Enamel
EJK07: Bronze Encrusted Jewel Kit
VM001: Versamark Watermark Ink


Others:
My Colors Cardstock: Brown Eyes
Imagine Crafts: Gold Glitz Delicata Ink
We R Memory Keepers: Small Brown Eyelet
May Arts Ribbon



Directions:
1. Use the 3 1/2" x 2 1/4" Fitted Frame, to cut a tag of Brown Eyes cardstock. 
2. Stamp "Chocolatier" stamp from the Shabby Chic set with Versamark ink and emboss with Rose Gold Embossing Enamel. 
3. Stamp the swirls from the Curiosity set with Versamark and emboss with Golden Sand from the Bronze Encrusted Jewels Kit. 
4. Ink the edges of the tag with Gold Glitz Delicata ink. 
5. Attach small brown eyelet to the top right corner, and add May Arts Ribbon. 


Here are the rest of the links you can check it out for today. Thanks for stopping by. Have an inspiring day! 

Comments

Unknown said…
I would love to win the Stampendous contest! What a great Blog <3
P Beatty said…
Looks like another great hop! Oh, and I love CHOCOLATE! adorable.
What a rich and elegant looking tag!! LOVE the olive green ribbon against the chocolate!! YUMMY! TFS!
gorgeous ribbon for your chocolate tag!
Viki Banaszak said…
You got me craving chocolate! I love your tag. Very pretty.
Stampendous said…
Oooo, so RICH and YUMMY just like real chocolate and COOL ribbon placement that keeps the stamped tag visible. Thank you for sharing on our hop this week!
cghundley said…
Lovely work on this
tag, looks neat!
Carla from Utah
Shari said…
Very beautiful. Love the color scheme. The ribbon is perfect with it. ♥♥♥
Unknown said…
Love it!! Thank you for the giveaway!!
D.Ann C said…
What a gorgeous chocolate card! Love the shimmer of that ribbon and how you tied it!
Your tag is great! I love the different colors of embossing powders and the gold ink on the edges :)
Sandy G said…
Who doesn't love chocolate for Valentines Day. Beautiful.
Jean said…
Absolutely love this!!
Judy said…
Great little tag. Love the chocolate color for the base, after all chocolate and Valentine's day go great together. Thanks for sharing.
Mary Holshouser said…
Just returned from Hawaii and visiting a chocolate plantation.
this sign would be a fun addition to my display of the pieces I brought back home.
thanks for sharing.
Sue D said…
Mmm --I like your chocolate tag and the ribbon is the perfect touch.
Helen Gullett said…
Yum! Love chocolate :) Your tag is fabulous!
Unknown said…
I love your project! it turned out so cool looking!
Linsey R said…
You had me at Chocolate!! What a lovely tag!! Thanks for the great inspiration today! :)
This is scrumptious!! And gorgeous!!
Kate Pape said…
I always forget about making tags. The combination of olive and chocolate might not be the tastiest, but it sure is lovely!
Purple Diva 6 said…
How absolutely perfect, I love the real Victorian look and feel of this gorgeous tag.... thank you for sharing

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