Flowers and a flowerpot are the requirements for the new Everything Wendy Vecchi art challenge.
The background for the tag is a watermark resist technique that Hels Sheridan featured on her blog on Saturday. You really should click on that link and ogle Hels' work!
I used Ranger's saffron archival ink for the tag, which I cut out of glossy cardstock using Tim's Sizzix tag die and my Vagabond.
I cut a scrap from a cardboard box for my flower pots and inked them with fired brick distress ink using a brayer. Then I overstamped with a large background stamp and heat embossed them with clear powder.
Didn't really love the look of the larger stamped flower so I did it again on a scrap of glossy cardstock that I'd inked with both monarch orange and sap green archivals, then cut out and mounted on top of the original image.
A bit of lacy ribbon from my stash and one of Tim's word sticks with a bit of yellow paint dabbed inside the letters finish it off.
Happy Labor Day Weekend to all in the States. It's our last hurrah here in New York before school starts on Wednesday.
Thanks for your visit!