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Monday, 16 June 2014

Pink, pink and more pink.

Well pink is not a colour I am happy using, but it seems to be very popular at the moment, 
so before I got down to making some future D.T. projects,
 I just had to have a play.


I enjoy joining in the Tag Along challenges when I can and the current theme is  ' Use Pink'.
This tag was mainly made with Graphics 45 papers,  trimmings and a word stamp.

So this was just the beginning of my adventure into the world of  'Pink'.
I have noticed friends in blogland using their tags by adding them to cards or pages etc.
Thank you for the tip folk and I hope you don't mind me using it.
This is how I used  my tag--


I dry embossed the base card, then lightly coloured it with Victorian velvet distress ink.
Next up was a torn piece of a pretty patterned paper, some lacy, punched, paper strips and a few flowers.

I will be sharing my pink fest at these challenges--
Pretty in Pink-- at Make my Monday
Flower Garden---at  In the Pink
Shabby Chic ---at The Kraft Journal

Thank you for stopping by for a visit. Your comments are always appreciated


18 comments:

  1. Very pink but also very beautiful. I'm another wary pink-user, but often find that when I do the results make me happy - and that's certainly what your tag does to me too. They do say it's one of the most uplifting colours (after orange, which I basically hate - hope this doesn't say something about my tendency for the blues!)... and that's working here. Gorgeous tag, and it looks great on the card too.
    Alison xx

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  2. Another super tag, Yvonne. You've used a beautiful pink colours combination and lovely details.
    Mar x

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  3. Love seeing the pink!! It's very pretty!!

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  4. The tag is gorgeous, love the pretty paterns and the pink! Hugs, Valerie

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  5. Really beautiful tag and it looks amazing on the card.

    Love Chrissie x

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  6. Looks pretty. I am enjoying your tag. Wish you luck. Anneke.

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  7. Like many it seems, pink is also not a colour I reach for often, but I think you have used it here to great effect! Love the tag and the way you have added it to the card makes for an even better project, - I really love this!!

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  8. Love your beautiful tag card in pink Yvonne, hugs Annette x

    http://nettysartadventures.blogspot.co.uk/

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  9. I am with you with pink as I hardly use it, but I just love your pink tag! And tags always look even better when they top a stunning card! Love this!

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  10. I think it depends on the tone of pink Yvonne and this does it for me! So pretty and feminine and then perfect to add to a card:)
    Val x

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  11. A great color and a fabulous project.

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  12. Really beautiful Yvonne, I'm loving all the pinkness! I love how you've used it on the card too x

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  13. You may not be too comfortable with pink but this tag and card are very pretty. I love the papers and images you used.
    Jean x

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  14. I am not adverse to pink however I am fussy with the pinks I like in art and life - I favour the faded pinks, as though they have been washed out and faded by time however I admire when people use the brighter hues of pink as it can be so uplifting.
    This is exceptionally pretty as a tag and then as a topper on your card - beautiful results.
    Wishes
    Lynne

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  15. Love the pinks :)
    Von ♥

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  16. lovely card with his tag Thanks for joining us at in the pink`
    Helene DT

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  17. Beautiful!!! Love your shabby chic card! Thanks for joining us on our Shabby Chic challenge this week at The Kraft Journal!♥

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  18. This tag looks gorgeous on the card base Yvonne, great choice of embellishments.
    Avril xx

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