Tuesday, 20 November 2012

Music

Hello everyone, thank you so very much for all the wonderful comments on my 'mushroom' tag last week. I'm very pleased it caused you to smile :-D
This week Carolyn gave us the theme 'Music' to play with and this is what I came up with.
My tag is the shape I wish that I was - Long & Thin - but I fear I am destined to remain an ATC, haha.

The Treble Clef is made from shrink plastic which I coloured black before shrinking, the heart & rose are acetate onto which I'd printed the musical images from Google and cut around, and the instrument charm is from my stash.
I'm looking forward to seeing what you've all composed this week. Thank you for looking. Mo x

14 comments:

  1. What a lovely tag - I'm intrigued how you made the treble clef - I've never used shrink plastic before. I love the rose and heart - so sweet. A lovely tag!

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  2. Nice idea Mo:) nice dangle tag good use of shrink plastic, I have lots of it and don't think about using it enough.

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  3. Brilliant idea to link all the elements like that and it looks great against the sheet music. I love playing with Shrink Plastic too :o)

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  4. Lovely tag! I a, still dreaming of long and thin, too. Well, I am long.... Valerie

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  5. Love the simplicity of this design, makes a great tag, Jane xx

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  6. Hi Mo - I too am an ATC I fear - you did make me chuckle - ATC isn't so bad as we know how wonderful they can look. Great job with the shrink plastic - it is a tricky medium to get right x

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  7. Really unusual tag this week, Mo! Its super. I have some shrink plastic stashed away somewhere from one of my must try everything phases. I'd forgotten about it but will definitely dig it out now! Carolyn x

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  8. Lovely tag. I love the acetate heart and rose.

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  9. Love the pink music background!

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  10. What an original idea. You always come up with something different

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