Hello again, Nicole here and I am back to share this woody tag I made to show off the Sizzix Evergreen die.  I love to get the most out of my dies and think of different ways I can use them.  I love to create layers and texture along the way.

Beauty Shot a

Photo 1a

I spritzed watercolor paper water then sprayed Ranger Distress Spray Stain peeled paint, lucky clover and twisted citron.  I cut the greens from the tattered pinecone die and added a few forest moss Core’dinations ColorCore Cardstock greens too.  Then I glued them all to a piece of matboard then ran it through on the Evergreen die.  Creating this 3D Tree.

Photo 2a

I stamped the Kraft tag with using picket fence distress paint then inked the edges with ground espresso.  With some scrap inked up watercolor paper I cut out “Moments” from the Handwritten Journey Thinlit.  I used this Idea-Ology Flashcard trimmed and altered to create the sentiment.  Something a little different.

Photo 3a

Creating textures and layers is one of my favorite ways to create.  Burlap is a great wait to add texture and colour.  I cut the Kraft Tag using the Sizzix Mixed Media Thinlit then layered it over the burlap.

Photo 4a

I love these adorable Metal Pincone Charms from Emerald Creek Craft Supplies.  You can create a different look and add colour to metal with Ranger Alcohol Inks.

Photo 5a

I love when what I makes comes right off the tag, card and canvas!  Here there are so many layers allowing for lots of colours and textures.  It’s a great way to look at your Sizzix dies in a different way and get the most out of your cuts, inks and embellishments.

Supplies

Emereald Creek Craft Supplies

Metal Pine Cone Charms

Ranger

Distress Spray Stains- peeled paint, twisted citron, lucky clover

Distress Ink- ground espresso

Distress Paint- Picket Fence

Matboard

Sizzix

Evergreen

Tattered Pinecone

Handwritten Journey

Mixed Media Thinlit

Other

Idea-ology- flashcards, arrow adornment, chit chat words

Burlap

Core’ dinations ColorCore Cardstock Distress Paper

Ledger Script Stamp

Have a wonderful week everyone!

Cheers

Nicole Wright

To see more of Nicole’s work visit her blog – Nicole Wright Designs

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Spring 2016 (a)

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  1. Nichole always makes everything so awesome. I love the way this tree looks.