Friday, May 28, 2010

Tag Tuesday


O.K so its not Tuesday but I got my Tag for Kard Krazy done before the weekend. The challenge was to do something with your own hand, Well my hand Writing bites. I can't even read it myself, LOL. So I decided to alter the image a bit with some whimsy. The stamps are from Oxford Impressions The Steampunk plate. I hand drew the corset, bow and hat. Want to find more inspiration check out Kard Krazy

31 comments:

Creative Carmelina said...

this is cute! i like!

your baby doll Atc's...are wonderful! i love!

your visit to my blog! i'm thrilled!

ciao bella
creative carmelina

peggy gatto said...

a delight, tuesday or not!!!

Louise (KardKrazy) said...

This is such fun...so creative. You may not like your handwriting, but your drawing skills are enviable!

Netty said...

fabulous tag, Annette x

Terry said...

How do you come up with these things? Very clever!

Carolyn said...

How fun, Lynn. I can't print or draw either one so I color.

Hope to see you tomorrow to help Marcia.

Baroness Bijoutery said...

Love it..You did a Fantastic job..

Zoechaos said...

What fun! as she flies gracefully, love it!

Heavens2Betsy said...

Love your hand drawn elements Lynn. This is stunning. Penny

Miss Iowa said...

Does this balloon make my butt look big? LOL! Love the colors of this piece. Most times I can't complete a challenge on the same day, so I don't do them very often since I don't know which folks are OK with later postings and which ones aren't.

Faye said...

Wow, you draw so well! I know your handwriting must be beautiful too. This is so neat with the handdrawn corset.

ScrappyPam said...

Wow, this is great! Wonderful composition and your drawing is fantastic!

Marydon Ford said...

You are so creative! I love the card tag.

Have a beautiful weekend.
Let Freedom Ring!
TTFN~ Marydon

Suzanne C said...

Very clever! Love your doodling. (I was too scared to write, actually ruined a project before I decided to hit the stickles!) Wonderful tag!

Linda Ledbetter said...

Oh, Lynn, what a cool design-- any day of the week! ♥ this!

JeanFB said...

Fabulous tag doodling, Lynn! And hey, Tuesdays are over-rated, LOL!! I will try to get mine done before then, tee hee :)

Christine said...

Very creative! I love it!!!

Blessings,
Christine

Jacqueline said...

Your tag is very whimsy and I like how you draw - nice creative response to this challenge!

joanne wardle said...

brilliant fun tag

Shar said...

OMG! You have no idea how much I adore this! What a fabulous way to blend images! You rock!

Lori said...

You're done before I am, at least! Plus we do have till the next Tuesday, right? This is a really great tag, I did one but it was horrid, so I'm not sure if I'll do another. Really great the way you put the image with the stamp. cool.

Wendy said...

Great tag. Love how you changed it to make it your own. Loving the steampunked stuff.

Shelly said...

Lynn,

Just beautiful! I had to laugh about your handwriting comment! Mine is terrible too! Are you left handed?

Your hand added features are gorgeous! I can't draw either, so I'm envious!!

Have a great weekend!
Hugs,
shell

stampdiva said...

You say your handwriting is not up to much (should I believe you?) but boy can you draw. This is doodling to a whole other level. Love it. Lynne M x (P.S. Congrats on being in The Stampers' Sampler)

Rhonda said...

This is wonderful, Lynn! Fabulous additions by your own hand - cheers!

Ellen said...

beautiful , that bow looks so real and the hat is fun .
Tuesday ??? as long as it gets done before the next Tuesday we should be o.k.

Marie Lost Bird Studio said...

Hi Lynn,
what a beautiful tag - I really like everything about it.
Have a wonderful weekend.
Hugs,
Marie

In the Light of the Moon said...

I love your tag and wow a wonderful corset and lace!!Warmest Regards,Cat

Tracy Evans said...

Beautiful artwork as always, very inspirational. I have nominated you for an award on my blog. Tracy Evans x

Lesley said...

I love this - very wimsical!
Lesley x

Crissi Harvey said...

very clever great tag

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