Friday, 5 July 2013

Letter Z

Where did the first half of the year go? Z already!
In my series of Australian plant tags, Z is for Zieria which is a small woody shrub with small white or pink flowers with four petals. This tag is also a simple fabric tag made with lace flowers which I cut out, coloured and stitched beads for the centres. The leaves were made from a braid which I also coloured with texta markers and alcohol. This weekend, I am going to finish the couple of tags I missed,  to make up my alphabet. What a great 26 weeks this has been! Congratulations to Tuesday taggers who have such beautiful alphabet collections of tags now!

13 comments:

  1. What a gorgeous tag with such a beautiful flower! Valerie

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  2. A very beautiful tag and a lovely name for a flower

    Chrissie x

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  3. What a pretty tag! Your plant series has been awesome! Carolyn xx

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  4. I have enjoyed your plant series, I think this one has to rate as my favourite, very prettily done. X

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  5. Very pretty tag. I enjoyed your series!

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  6. So very pretty - the flowers are so sweet. I love tags.
    Sandy

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  7. This is super pretty Wilma. Very delicate & feminine :0)

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  8. Such a pretty flower and beautifully represented - your tag collection will look fabulous! :o)

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  9. Such a lovely softness to this tag. Very pretty!

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  10. I really like this and it will make a truly beautiful addition to those you have already made Dxx

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  11. This is such a pretty tag, so delicate; I have really enjoyed your Australian plant series and learning a little bit about your native flora each week. I look forward to seeing what you do with them now.... Well done, Jane xx

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  12. Very pretty tag, Wilma. I too have enjoyed your Australian plant tags and have learned a lot!
    Jane x

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