The Design Team have made some wonderful inspiration to get you started, so please, do go and have a look!
I love making tags (my next favourite after my art journals)
I started by painting my tag with some PA fresco paint - then added some 3D transparent gloss gel through Tim's Doily stencil
Once this was dry I rubbed some Distress Crayons over the tag in rather a random manner before rubbing with a dampened finger.
I had some gelli printed paper leftover from a play session
I ripped a piece off and stamped some text on it as well as inking the edges.
This was then cut to fit the tag and I added some green gauze that also had the ink treatment
The photo is one I had picked out a while ago from the TH Lost relatives pack.
The little girl has her hair in a style that I had as a child - I love the way she has been distracted from the camera - probably by someone telling her to smile!
Does anyone else remember going to a studio in the 50's to have a series of photos taken that were presented in a sheet of square photos so that one could be chosen to enlarge?
The little girl is doing just as she is told - just smiling at someone she knows!
I used some Bora Bora Fresco paint over both a metal corner and a flower. I rubbed it off while wet so that the paint stuck in the grooves.
The flower was added to an old Prima flower and has a gemstone centre.
I used one of my sale bargain TH die words (I just dabbed it lightly with a touch of Hickory smoke DI to make it blend in more)and added some lace and a button to finish this off.
I hope you will join us this time with your interpretation of 'Children' - it can be any kind of project you wish as long as you keep to the theme!
Thanks for looking, Chris
If you would like to see more of Chatsworth take a look at my 'T' post previous to this one!