Moon Shadow Magic Tags

Greeting from the East Coast!  It’s Yvonne here today… ready to share some Lindy Love with you all! Hope you’re all doing wonderfully! Yesterday was pretty wonderful for me.  It was President’s Day, so I had the day off!  Which meant I got to play with all of the Lindy’s goodness in my crafty space.
Last week I had a chance to join Limor, another DT mate, during one of her UStream classes, and I had a blast! As many of you already know, Limor is terribly sweet and tremendously talented.  Well, it definitely put me in the mood for making a tag.  Here it is, along with the three main ingredients:
Moon Shadow Mist in Buccaneer Bay Blue & Mystic Malachite
Magicals in Baby Blue Eyes Aqua
I started with an ordinary size eight tag, chicken wire mask, and some Golden Molding Paste.  I alternated multiple layers of both Moon Shadows and the Magical, heat setting between each layer. For the rolled flowers and the flourish, I used a paintbrush to apply instead of spraying.
I liked the swirly look of the rolled flower die, so I decided to only roll one.  The rest I used to layer on the tag.  I finished it up with the flourishes, a Jolee butterfly, and an assortment of metal pieces that were all enhanced with the Moon Shadow Mists.
Here’s one more look:
Well, my friends, I’m glad you stopped by for a quick peek.  I hope you enjoyed your visit and hope you’ll be back again soon.
Have a Magical Day!


5 thoughts on “Moon Shadow Magic Tags

  1. i It's a Wonderful tag as usual! Where abouts on the East Coast are you I live in Plymouth MA. , its a pretty big town these days but seems like im the only one interested in mixed mediaand playing with stamps! . I have that same butterfly sticker waiting to be used, thanks for sharing!

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