April 1, 2015

Embellished Easter Tags

Hello Friends,
Happy April Fool's Day. As my hubby always says... "There's no fool like an April Fool". haha

Today I'm sharing some tags that I made with two different printables from Ewe-N-Me.

I used brown kraft cardstock for the main background then layered it with the Hang Tags - Postcard Backs printable for the background and embellished with a few things including a banner, round scalloped punch, a rosette, twine and the Bottle Cap Images - Spring Bunnies printable. I added and eyelet at the top too.


The banner that says Happy Easter was simply printed on brown kraft cardstock, trimmed into a long strip and I cut a V shape on the ends. I folded the banner on two places (on each end) about 3/8 inch apart, doing this gave me the option to add dimension and make it pop up. Leaving it flat would have been just fine too.


I punched out a scalloped circle, inked the edges, added the paper rosette and then the bottlecap image.


If you've never made rosettes from paper I think you'll find them a lot of fun to make. I've been making a lot of them lately, they go together quickly and only require a small strip of paper. If you're unsure how to make them, do a quick youtube search and you'll find a lot of great tutorials.

Don't forget that selected Easter Printables are on sale now thru April 5, 2015, you can find the sale items here.

Happy Easter!
Deena Davis
www.ewenmeprintables.com


5 comments:

sue k said...

Great tags, Deena. I love printables you used and the way you put them together.

Sue
http://suek86401.blogspot.com/

Colleen said...

Very pretty! I like the way you put them together. :)

Deb~Paxton Valley Folk Art said...

Those are adorable Deena, love that bunny and the addition of the rosette is the perfect choice!

Beth B said...

Deena, those tags are amazing!! Love them! :)

Ruth G said...

I love the vintage images as well as the dimension from the popped up banner as well as the rosettes! Thanks so much for sharing and congratulations on being a featured fan at Paper Issues!