Wednesday, 6 January 2016

Science




Happy New year to all .... Hopefully, this year I will be better at making tags each week. This is also my year of using up bits and pieces in my stash. Here is my Science tag.... The backing was a piece of a quilt I never ever got around to finishing and the free form stitched portrait is one of my experimental samples. It was  machine stitched and then I have added some coloured pencil. I hope  you think he looks like a mad Science professor! The  formulae were written on  used tea bag tags . Please  also excuse me also posting my snowflake tag - a layered free form stitched tag, using scraps of fabric, embellished with seed beads. All it needed were the beads which I finally got around to adding this week.   


10 comments:

  1. Fantastic tags Wilma, good to see you back again! Hugs, Valerie

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  2. Two gorgeous tags, I'm a textile person myself so can really appreciate the work involved.

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  3. omg as the kids say! Totally fabulous tags Wilma you are so clever and creative. X

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  4. A brilliant mad scientist professor! Amazing that you stitched it. Loving that snowflake tag also. xo

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  5. I really did laugh out loud when I saw your science tag, its wonderful! The mad science professor is so spot on. Love it. And the snowflake tag is very beautiful, I adore the layered stitched techniques you have used, gives it a wonderfully ice-flowers-on-the-windowpane look.

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  6. Fantastic tags and especially the fun science one

    Love Chrissie xx

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  7. Both tags are fabulous Wilma; your free form stitching is so clever and your snowflakes are very pretty :D

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