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Thursday, May 27, 2021

Relative Histoy - "My Dearest Jane" Tag

Last Saturday we had a wonderful time with friends during the launch of the "My Dearest Jane" collection! During the event we learned a bit about Jane and her life, had a fun Pride & Prejudice quiz, there was a free download and then a craft demo with the free download. Paula Muchado created two beautiful tags and shared how she makes tassels!

During the event I was fussy cutting my frames and the images of women. Here is what I was inspired to create with the free download.

This tag will be used to grace a future gift bag!

Papers and Images from Relative History:
RH Romantique 004 die cut Leaves
RH Romantique 011 die cut Flowers
RH My Dearest Jane Red Background
RH My Dearest Jane Floral Background
Frame & image of lady from the download giveaway

Other Supplies:
Large tag
Elizabeth Craft Designs Strawberry Die - Flowers and Leaves only
Tim Holtz Distress Oxide Ink: Vintage Photo and Crackling Campfire
Glitter & glue
Lace & Ribbon

The frame and image of the lady were printed on light cardstock , then fuzzy cut and edged with Tim Holtz Distress Oxide Ink: Vintage Photo. The RH Romantique 004 paper used for the die cut leaves and the RH Romantique 011 used for the die cut flowers. Die cut three leaves and vine from RH Romantique 004 and seven flowers from RH Romantique 011. All the die cuts were inked with Tim Holtz Distress Oxide Ink: Vintage Photo, set aside.

Assembling: adhere RH My Dearest Jane floral background to the tag. Ink around the edges of the tag with Tim Holtz Distress Oxide Ink: Vintage Photo and Crackling Campfire.

Cut the doily to the desired size and adhere lining up the edge of the doily and edge of tag on the left.

Cut the RH My Dearest Jane red leafy paper as a background to fit behind the oval frame and adhere to the tag. Then with dimensional foam attach the frame and figure of a lady over the red background, at the same time work on the placement of the flowers and leaves. Add centers to the flowers with glue & glitter. Add a scrap of paper at the bottom of the tag and the lace.

Hope you enjoyed this tutorial. Be sure to join us June 5th for our next event HERE on Relative History Facebook page. A discussion on Sense and Sensibility and another crafty project.

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