Tuesday, 18 September 2012

Owl

Yippee! I'm on time this week :)
I decided to go for a little torn paper collage,
using some origami papers.
The background is thick recycled card with a grass print from the inside of a graze box,
topped with some black card which had some glitter threads through it, although you cant see many of them.
Two little buttons for eyes and a string tie to finish, its a very simple tag,
but I'm happy with it :)

20 comments:

  1. Super cute Yvonne and the patterns on the paper are perfect! Those graze boxes are handy for all kinds of things aren't they haha. :0) x

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  2. Love it! Great color choices!

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  3. oh he is lovely Yvonne. A real playmate for the doodly birds

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  4. He's lovely, and so colourful - especially on the black background. Love the button eyes too!

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  5. Love rhe papers you have used, he looks wonderful! x

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  6. You should be happy with it. it's fabulous love it!!! Hugs May x x x

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  7. Your lovely little owl belongs to the same family sitting on the blog page sending love to all. This is really cute, and clever - love those button eyes . Is "Jack and Milly" significant?

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  8. That's a really cute owl on your tag. Blessings!

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  9. REally cute - love the button eyes :)

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  10. A cute owl Yvonne and so creatively made, love the raw edges.
    Anni

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  11. Oh... this is so clever Yvonne!!..fab choice of papers and just LOVE its button eyes!! :)

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  12. Perfect papers Yvonne, and so neatly torn, very cute owl! Jane xx

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  13. Such a lovely tag and so well made!

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  14. I have tried making torn poinsettias for a card and I know there is more to this ripping malarky than meets the eye! Great job Yvonne - Love the paper choices

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  15. Oh you have all been so kind and nice about my little owl Thank you everyone!

    Wilma, there is no significance to the 'Jack & Milly' buttons they were the only 2 that were the same in a bag of recycled buttons I bought at the last creative stitches fair I attended. I often wonder what types of clothing these bags of recycled buttons were one, no doubt these were on childrens clothes. Yx

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  16. Love the choice of colours and patterns which add the feathery effect!

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  17. Gorgeous, colourful owl with his lovely dark button eyes!
    Jane x

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