Saturday, May 10, 2014

TRY SOME GLITTER ... IT CAN BE VERY DISTRESSING!

Hello all of your Tim Holtz lovers!  It's time for a new Compendium of Curiosities III Challenge! How about Distress Glitter?  Do you have any?  Have you ever used it?  I love it because it reminds me of vintage glass glitter.

The colors of Distress Glitter come from Tim's Distress Lines, so if you use any of his Distress inks or paints or markers ... you get the idea ... then you are already familiar with all of the colors.  My favorite glitter ... Antique Linen.  I love the rich neutrality of it.  It compliments any color that you put with it.


Here is my creation emphasizing Tim's Distress Glitter.  To see how it is applied, check his Compendium of Curiosities Volume III on page 56.  There is a bit of a technique to it.

Here is the list of supplies that I used on this very vintage tag:

Large #10 Manila Tag, Distress Inks:  Stormy Sky, Scattered Straw, Gathered Twigs, Black Soot, Distress Glitter:  Antique Linen, Distress Paint:  Scattered Straw, Die Cuts:  Dream, Crescent Moon and Stars, Tattered Pinecone, Chalks:  Pink and Blue (eye shadow applicator), Plain Grungeboard, Ideaology: Found Relatives, Large Jump Ring, Heart Charms, Journaling Ticket, 1/4" and 1/8" Scor Tape, CropADile, CropADile Chomper using 1/4" and 1/2" rounded corner, Nostalgic Kraft Core Paper, Glossy Accents, Mercury Glass Stickles, Cardstock: Manila, Dark Brown, Misc. Ribbon, Book Text, Grommet, Pop Dots


 Begin the tag by making the background.  I created a cloudy sky effect on some Manila Cardstock by using a couple of cloud templates that I made and some Stormy Sky Distress Ink. Completely cover the cardstock with the clouds. To warm up the background, I added some highlights of Scattered Straw on top of the visible Manila cardstock that were actually the clouds. 


Then lay a #10 tag down on top of your background paper, trace around it and cut out the tag.  Punch a hole in the top of the tag as well.  Edge the tag with Gathered Twigs and a touch of Black Soot to further warm it up and define the edges of the tag.  I also then used Tim's spritz and flick method on the tag to add some more mottling to the background.  


Die cut the moon and stars (I decided not to use the ornate frame) out of Plain Grungeboard. Do Tim's technique to glitter them ... again, refer to page 56 in Compendium of Curiosities III.  I also lightly sprayed the moon and stars with Workable Fixative, a clear drying sealer, to stop any excess glitter from falling off.


Reduce the size of the Found Relatives card by cutting across the top and bottom of the portrait and round the corners using the CropADile Chomper. Edge the portrait with a Black Cats Eye Ink Pad or Black Soot to remove the white edges. Mat the photograph first with a Manila Cardstock backing (distressed with brown) adn then a dark Brown Cardstock.  I also added a hint of color to the dresses and bows with chalk and an eye shadow applicator using pink and blue and then I lightly sprayed over the photograph with Workable Fixative. I love colorized old black and white photographs. They seem to give the people in them "life".


Attach a Journaling Ticket to the right side of the photograph with a piece of 1/4" Scor Tape. Punch a hole with a CropADile, add an antique gold Grommet and the Heart Charm to dangle. I distressed some beautiful old book text sent to me by Gaby Bieberle, a very dear art friend I've met through blogging, and added it to the back of the photograph using 1/4" Scor Tape. Pop the photograph in place.

 
 Die cut "DREAM" at the bottom of the large tag. Go around the letters with Mercury Glass Stickles. 


Create little sweetheart roses using Tim's Nostalgic Kraft-Core Paper and his Tattered Pinecone die cut. Lightly sand and distress (using Gathered Twigs) the "roses" and greenery while they are still intact in the paper.  Create the roses with the help of a toothpick and Glossy Accents.  Here is a video from Tim showing how to create the pinecone which can also double as these little sweetheart roses simply by releasing the tension on the paper as you wrap it onto the toothpick.  Don't be afraid to try this....it's very simple.  It just takes a little practice. 


When the roses are dry, glue them in place using Glossy Accents and add a touch of Mercury Glass highlights randomly on some of the petals to help pick up the glittery look of the moon and stars.  


Glue the glitter stars and moon in place using Glossy Accents. Pop dot the bottom large star on the bottom left.  


Add a piece of dark brown corrugated paper that has been highlighted with White Fire Treasure Gold behind "DREAM".  Do this with a piece of 1/8" Scor Tape at the tom and bottom of the corrugated paper strip. 


Add some pink-ish and dark brown ribbon to the top of the tag. 


That's all there is to it and the Distress Glitter just oozes that beautiful vintage glitter glass appearance.  I love it!

Be sure to check out all of the Curiosity Crew's beautiful projects using Distress Glitter over at Linda Ledbetter's Compendium of Curiosities III Challenge.  Then join us with your own glittered creation.  You could win a wonderful prize from The Master of Distress Himself, Tim Holtz or our most generous sponsor for this challenge, The Funkie Junkie Boutique!
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150 comments:

  1. Beautiful tag! Your roses are perfect.

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  2. This might be one of the coolest tags I have ever seen. The overall effect is simply stunning. I had to laugh at your phrase - that's all there is to it - because your attention to detail is remarkable. I've tripled matted images on cards, but never on a tag! Starting with the clouds in the background to the corrugated paper behind dream you have done a masterful job Candy. It's just beautiful!!!

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  3. This might be one of the coolest tags I have ever seen. The overall effect is simply stunning. I had to laugh at your phrase - that's all there is to it - because your attention to detail is remarkable. I've tripled matted images on cards, but never on a tag! Starting with the clouds in the background to the corrugated paper behind dream you have done a masterful job Candy. It's just beautiful!!!

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  4. Candy, I love your entire tag... but I really LOVE the corrugated behind the DREAM... LOVE that creative touch... your entire tag is dreamy and lovely... very attractively done ... Love, Light and Peace...Bonnie

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  5. Oh Candy, your tag is truly dreamy!! So many gorgeous details, from the beautiful cloudy background, to the little details of the tag tucked underneath my fav found relatives girlies, and of course the glitter looks amazing on those celestial die cuts. A stunning piece of art yet again!!

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  6. What a beautiful tag, I love the way you used the glitter to create a subtle effect. Lots of inspiration! X

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  7. Candy, this is DELICIOUS! Such a pretty tag, so cleverly put together and the colours are gorgeous! Fab, fab, fab! Chris xxx

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  8. Your tag really popped off of the page when I was checking out the new CC3 challenge. I knew it was yours without seeing your name. I Love it with a capital L. your work always has that extra little something that gives it the "OOooo" factor.
    Z x

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  9. Not that you can see it much in the finished piece but I loved the cloud background, so so pretty.. As is the finished tag, love the ticket popping out with charm, you always do such lovely attention to details xo

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  10. Oh my how this all works so well! LOVE the way you've used the Distress Glitter here so that it's obvious, but not in your face - hope that makes sense! Those pinecone flowers just complete it perfectly. Superb work Candy. Jenny x

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  11. Love your tag, Candy! I love all of the personality in the Found Relatives cards!

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  12. Candy, this is fabulous! I love all the distress glitter on the moon and the stars. Adding stickles to Dream and the roses just adds to the glittery goodness. Another masterpiece!

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  13. What a gorgeous Tag Candy! Beautifully done. Love the word dream at bottom. Karen.x

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  14. So, so beautiful. As I was going through Linda's blog, this tag stopped me in my tracks. Then I saw it was yours and thought *of course - that's why I love it so*. Great job - as usual!

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  15. Wow Candy- Such a beautiful tag! I really enjoyed reading your process and learned a few new things! Love how you made your own clouds and the DREAM cut out and glittered at the bottom with the cardboard behind it- LOVE! Thanks so much for sharing!")

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  16. Wow, your creation is so soft and fragile with the glittering edges, I loved it.

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  17. Candy, this looks dreamy! Amazing job and love the glitter accents!

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  18. Such a fabulous tag Candy. Love the background and how you have added everything which such detail. Your added glitter looks fabulous with it all
    x catherine

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  19. What a whimsical tag. I love found relative cards. These little girls are great on here.

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  20. What a glittery delight Candy. Great use of the glitter - love every bit of it.

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  21. So many lovely aspects but I enjoy the corrugated cardboard behind the die cut word. Very cool!

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  22. Wonderful tag. The "dream" at the bottom is so creative!

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  23. UBER FABULOUS Candy!!! I'm in LOVE!!! The image, the dream, the moon and stars all glittery, and the corrugated...all FANTABULOUS!!!

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  24. How very beautiful Candy, the word dream is perfect on your tag with those dreamy clouds in the background, the glittered elements are gorgeous and highlight the found relatives perfectly. Your flowers are beautiful too and the ones with the glittered stars are delightful! Anne xx

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  25. Awesome, Candy. I ALWAYS look forward to your interpretations, and they never disappoint. Antique Linen was my DG choice, too. Nice!!

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  26. OMG CANDY LOVE IT! I just adore your stuff.

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  27. Candy this tag is amazing and my style! I love the vintage look and the hints of glitter around the tips of the flowers and the words on the tag. The pull out behind the photo is a nice touch. Very elegant.

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  28. Now vintage photo is my new favorite glitter colour after seeing what you did with it. At this rate, I am going to have to get them all!

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  29. Wow that is absolutely stunning!!

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  30. Wowww this is full of beauty, delight and awesomeness, wow, the detail and design is amazing it just blows me away to see such wonderful creativity
    hugs
    lorraine x

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  31. Beautiful tag and I am so glad you showcased the antique linen distress glitter, I had no idea it was that beautiful! ~Diane

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  32. You are making me a faithful follower! You make some truly beautiful art Candy. I am so glad you are part of the "Crew" so that us players can see your inspirational projects! Thanks so much for sharing your art!

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  33. Gorgeous tag, love how you used the glitter in several places.

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  34. Gotta say love your title! Wonderful tag with so many aspects! Fun and inviting. Very lovely.

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  35. You are sooooooooooooooooo on a Roll here, girl! Simply Stunning piece! One of my all-time favorites for sure!

    Linda

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  36. Wonderful! I don't believe there's ever been a project of yours that I do not like. Blessings!

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  37. Love, love this, Candy! What a wonderful use of the glitter. I'm not much of a one for the sparkly stuff usually, but how appropriate to use it for the moon and stars. The image is adorable and the fine corrugate looks fab behind the lettering (been using some like that to make shutters for a dollshouse this week!). Absolutely lovely altogether. Sadly, I won't be able to play this time - I didn't include Distress Glitter in my travelling supplies!
    Alison xx

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  38. I'm over the moon in love with your tag!

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  39. An amazing tag and thank you for the step by step tutorial, the glittered edges to the lettering is so inspired and I love the corrugated backing.

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  40. Lovely and dreamy tag, Candy! The girls and the sparkly moon is over the top fabulous! Love it!

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  41. Gorgeous tag Candy, so beautifully vintage! Love all the glitter and detail!

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  42. I just LOVE your tag Candy! the moon and stars are perfect for the glitter technique - and the touches of glitter on your blooms is just right!

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  43. Your tag is stunning! Antique Linen is my fave glitter as well. I loved that it took me several minutes to take in all the tiny details of the tag. The stars tucked in here and there add a wonderful dimension. Your artwork is inspiring.

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  44. Beautiful! There are so many things I like about this tag.

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  45. Candy, your tag is fabulous!!!!!!!!! It's always a joy to see your projects and check out all the wonderful details!!!

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  46. I really like the glitter details - this is one fun technique!

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  47. I really love your tag ... I especially love the die cuts you used. I have to agree - antique linen is one of my favorite Tim Holtz colors. It does go with everything. Thanks for your great inspiration!

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  48. This tag is just stunning Candy! I love the corrugated behind the word, The found relatives are great and the moon framing them. Wonderful!

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  49. I love this tag. Every detail is amazing!

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  50. Love the antique linen for the moon and stars and that they all rest on clouds. Thanks for the great tip using the fixative. When the Funkie Junkie opens again I need some of the antique linen glitter.

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  51. Wie wunder-wunderschön.
    Das ist ein richtiges kleines Meisterwerk, große Kunst.
    Ich bin sehr beeindruckt.

    Herzlichst Sophie

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  52. Fabulous work, love the color scheme, dimension and dangling heart. Always a treat to visit. Happy Mother's Day :)
    shawn

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  53. Good morning Candy,
    Fantastic "tag" I am just loving those wonderful "clouds" Great colours, embellishments and design.
    Have a great day

    Patricia x

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  54. How incredibly creative this tag is having all those different elements to it. I adore the use of stickles around the roses and cut out word but that moon is to die for.

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  55. Gorgeous tag Candy, love your cloudy background and the touches of glitter. Love the vintage image and how you added the die cut word at the bottom with the card behind, lovely touch. Your roses are stunning, I particularly like the colours you have chosen. Everything works beautifully together. Tracy x

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  56. Stunning tag, the corrugated card behind the word is perfect. Loving the glittered moon and stars.

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  57. I'm going to go by Antique Linen Distress Glitter right now. This tag is "over the moon" and just filled with deliciously vintage details. You knocked my socks off with all the textures, dimension, inking, layers....and the flowers are the perfect pop of color. You have magic fingers! Happy Mother's Day, my friend!

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  58. This is really beautiful, I love how you outlined your letters in distress glitter. So nice!

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  59. Wowzer, Candy...this is amazing! (I figured this vintage tag deserved a vintage word.)

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  60. This tag is another showstopper Candy, it is a really beautiful combination of Vintage and sparkle. Mo x

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  61. Oh my !! What do I not love about this tag! It is so rich in detail and deep color. You are rockin it Candy!!

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  62. Beautiful tag. I really like the old picture and need to get the tattered pine one die. It makes the most beautiful flowers.

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  63. I love your tag Candy! The gold distress glitter gives it such a vintage feel and OMG, the cloud background is awesome! I love the little charm hanging from the ticket, great idea. Thanks for sharing your tag and the techniques. :)

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  64. I think the best part of your tag is the dream section. And sparklely stars and moon. How cool!

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  65. As always! As always, I remain speechless and eyes wide open in front of your works! This is certainly one of my favorites of yours! I like everything, not excluding anything, it is rich in detail all absolutely fantastic! Wonderful!! Barbarayaya

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  66. Tags aren't my thing, but yours is amazing

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  67. Love your tag... The fowers are perfect and the moon... The colors are also just perfect! Lovely

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  68. Gorgeous tag Candy...Love all your glittery elements and your attention to detail is awesome :) I really must get my hands on a Tattered Pinecone die now...those little roses look amazing!!....Looking forward to getting all distressed and glittery with this challenge now! ;) Jan x

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  69. Gorgeous tag Candy and so well thought out to use so many of Tims dies together so perfectly.
    Happy crafting, Angela x

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  70. Seriously, Candy, I am still drooling over all the wonderful layers and details in this amazing tag. I love the tip about fixative over the glitter. Will have to try that. And also love the layering of the corrugated under the word Dream. Simply amazing, girl!

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  71. The tag is beautiful !! I might have to get me the moon die now .. it looks awesome with glitter all over it, but then what doesn't :)

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  72. So lovely Candy. I must go see what kinds of glitter I have. I may need to use some chemistry on this challenge.

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  73. What a awesome tag!!I really really love it!

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  74. Fabulous tag .... I love it!! The moon and stars really glisten and I love the vintage colours. Linda xx

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  75. You are my distress queen even with glitter! You're the only crafter i know, where i have to scroll down for half an hour to find the comment box *lol* Only a loved queen get's soooo many comments. I don't believe that there's anybody else than you with the imagine to create such kind of stunning vintage tag with glitter. Now....i'm scrolling up a long time up again to admire your tag again ♥

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  76. Wonderful - love the clouds!

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  77. Gorgeous tag the roses are stunning. x

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  78. Oh so vintage! Fun use of the moon and stars. Love all the little details.

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  79. Wow. Loving everything about this. I don't have any Antique Linen in my collection. I see that I need to put that on my list. The corrugated cardboard behind DREAM is perfect.

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  80. This is absolutely stunning, my favourite of this month's Crew makes. I adore the whimsical feel and all the detailing.

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  81. Wow, such a gorgeous piece of art. Great details.

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  82. Thank you for the tutorial on your wonderful tag! I loved all the fine details that were added.

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  83. Sweet tag! Love the corrugated cardboard behind "dream". Thank you for the inspiration!

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  84. Georgeous tag, with beautiful details, love the cloudy sky effect!
    Hugs, Kerstin

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  85. So ethereal and perfectly dreamy

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  86. Wow! This is such a beautiful tag! There is something very magical about it! Thanks for the tip on the fixative. I need to look into that. :)

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  87. This is a Beautiful, incredibly detailed tag. I love everything about it. also a very good tutorial, I learned a lot. Thanks so much!!!

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  88. Girrrrrrrlllllllllllll! This is AMAZING. Absolutely gorgeous in every way. That moon took my breath away. Off to pin!

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  89. Wow...this might be my favorite. I love the combo of distress glitter and Stickles. The edging on the 'dream' is the icing on the cake for me. Love, love, love this tag!!

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  90. Beautiful tag, and your attention to detail is amazing.

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  91. This tag makes me want to sing Twinkle Twinkle Little Star to those little darlings in the Found Relatives piece :) Love this tag, Candy! The glittery moon and stars are so very dreamy!! Just perfect for the entire 'flavor' of this tag! Great CC3 challenge inspiration!! Love All That (Distress) Glitters!! XOXO-Shari

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  92. Oo la la Candy! Your tag looks fabulous! Love all the shimmery glittered detail!

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  93. This is truely brilliant Candy - love all the layers and the glittery moon and stars look fabulous - gorgeous picture too! Big hugs rachel xx

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  94. This is beautiful! I just love the rich colors and of course the glitter. =)

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  95. Candy, what a delightful tag! I enjoyed looking at each piece that was placed so perfectly on there! Thank you for sharing

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  96. Wow, Candy; this is truly a stunner. I love every single aspect of it; can't even nail down one! The flowers, the corrugated, the edging on the letters, that amazing moon, the perfect choice of colors for the ribbons. Just....wow!

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  97. Love the cloud background and the sweet photo, beautiful way to show off this technique Candy. xx

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  98. So pretty Candy. I love the cloud background and your flowers are just beautiful

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  99. Perfect!! In every way!! Thank-you for sharing all your techniques and ideas Candy. I absolutely love all the elements here. The subtle colourising in the photo really adds to much. Love your roses and the glitter outlined 'dream'. So so gorgeous. Nicola x

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  100. I love your glittery moon, it's great with the lost relatives. I happened to use the same ones and my tag is entirely different, which is really fun to see!

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  101. That tip about the fixative to keep the glitter from falling off - priceless! Thanks!

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  102. That tip about using fixative was priceless! Thanks for sharing it..

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  103. Beautiful, I especially like how you used the corrugated paper.

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  104. I love the technique if cutting dream out on the tag and all the way you have layers coming off the tag. This will inspire me to think outside the tag.

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  105. Ohh wow Candy! This is so beautiful! Love the cloudy background and all the glittery elements! Hugs, Sandra

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  106. Okay Candy... I gotta Stretch my vocabulary here... to say awesome , beautiful or gorgeous doesn't get it... it's all of that and more !!! Drop dead fabtabulous!!! ( I'll keep working on the vocabulary)...LOVE ALL and I do mean All the details... and I checked them out... you blew me away !!!

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  107. Thanks for letting me participate in the cc3c again! Never let anything dull your sparkle!

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  108. You've done a beautiful job with this tag! I really enjoy your attention to detail and how you place things. Love the glittery elements!

    Have a wonderful week!
    Hugs,
    Gaby

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  109. Wow.... this is such a gorgeous tag, Candy. Love your beautiful step photos. All the details are just amazing. :)

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  110. I love the way you cut out "DREAM" of the bottom of the tag! Priceless idea!

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  111. I love how you created your Dream title it's beautiful. I am so getting the products you used.

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  112. THANK YOU! for the tip on using workable fixative on the glitter! I might just become a glitter user yet. Oh, and I love your tag...the glitter on the tips of the roses is perfect, and I love the background on "Dream"...it all comes together beautifully!

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  113. Your tag is absolutely exquisite-one of the most beautiful I've ever seen! Thank you so much for including the tutorial-I have never tried the Distress Glitter, although I have many other types of glitter, and love glitter-so I will have to run out and get some to try. What a delight to have found your blog with your beautiful art. I can't wait to view your other posts--you have a new follower now-- Have a great week ahead!

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  114. Candy, you are helping me spend money, mercury glass stckles?! I need that color of glittery goodness. Great project too

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  115. There is so much I love about this beautiful tag I barely know where to start!! the cloud background is a total knockout, the die cut word with the textured card behind, the flowers, the image, the colours and that glorious glittery moon and stars. I just love this tag !x

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  116. I just learned how to make the roses! I love this tag!

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  117. Wonderful tag, and you've combined all your elements beautifully!

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  118. Love all the little details like the clouds and the cardboard behind the dream. Makes me want to play an old phonograph record with the crackle sounds! Beautiful,

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  119. Oh it`s a wonderful tag. I love the technique if cutting dream out on the tag.

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  120. Love it Candy - glorious use of the glitter and i adore the Dream! xxx

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  121. My favorite part is actually the subtle glittery outline around the letters.

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  122. LOVE the glittery moon and stars and that FAB photo! So many Wonderful details on this Gorgeous dreamy tag, Candy!

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  123. I just love this piece, perfect vintage Christmas, the moon and stars and touch of glitter on the flowers. Gorgeous!

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  124. I don't have a favourite piece, I love it all, the background, the glitter, the dream - all of it!

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  125. Not sure if mycomments are all getting there, so apologies if this is my second, but I want you to know that this is a really beautiful tag and I really love all the details!

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  126. this is beyond gorgeous!!! totally beyond!!

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  127. love your tag!! absolutely beautiful!! =)

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  128. Candy this is absolutely gorgeous, it must have taken you days to make, but so worth it xx

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  129. just love all the different bits and bobs, so much to take in. Must get this colour glitter now I've seen this xx

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  130. Wonderful tag with lovely details.
    Really LOVE this one ♥

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  131. *sounds of Hels jumping on her broomstick and flying over the Pond to sneak into Candy's den and steal away this beautiful work of art* Candy... my friend... my very clever and adorable friend... this is as AWESOME as all your art is... LOVE IT X

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  132. This is beautiful Candy! Thanks for sharing all the details!

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  133. This is beautiful Candy! Thanks for sharing the details!

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  134. That folded bookpage element behind the top and bottom of the photo is so clever! It adds so much. I just really love it all though. :)

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  135. Good morning sweetie, this is just gorgeous, loving the colours, hugs Pops x x x

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  136. Gorgeous just gorgeous and I love the sparkles xx

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  137. This is gorgeous Candy!! Love all the glittery parts and the cloudy background, vintage image and flowers are all wonderful together. Love the title of the post too!

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  138. This is so gorgeous! I love everything about it! The moon and vintage photo are perfect. Thank you for all the inspiration! Also thank you for visiting me, too:) Have a happy weekend! ~Kim

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  139. This is so gorgeous! I love everything about it! The moon and vintage photo are perfect. Thank you for all the inspiration! Also thank you for visiting me, too:) Have a happy weekend! ~Kim

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  140. SO pretty Candy!! TFS!! LOVE it!

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  141. Thanks very much Candy. I love your background technique and the combination of elements is really nice

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  142. I loved your tag...The colors are so rich. New to the distress glitter technique, I used the antique linen and fell in love it.

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  143. So many cute elements ... love the charm off the ticket, and using the glitter around the word ... just love the entire tag!

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  144. Really love this tag, Candy! Just saw this on Pinterest.....I'll definitely bookmark your blog. Thanks so much for sharing!

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  145. Ein wunderschönes Tag! Ich liebe die Gestaltung mit dem nostalgischen Foto, umrahmt von Mond und Sternen, eine so schöne Idee!
    Liebe Grüße, Bärbel

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  146. MAN OH MAN, how on earth did I miss this post?!!!???? This is so amazing! I cant believe I didnt see this before. Loved the "dream" layered on top of the corrugated card. The cute little vintage colourised photo is perfect too!

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  147. I love the gold eclipse, it looks absolutely fantastic! Anyone would be thrilled to receive this card!

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