Sunday, 24 February 2013

The lost balloon …




Hi everybody, hope you’re all having a lovely weekend

I’ve been making a few tags lately and this is one I did using LOTV’s The Lost Balloon



Lost Balloon



Lost Balloon 3


Lost Balloon 2




I cut out the little bunnies and stuck them on with Pinflair, it’s a happy tag so I didn’t use the poor little fella that had lost his balloon lol!!

The sentiment is from Greetings Postmarks and the scrumptious green and pink papers are from the new Perfect Pair pad


The trees were made with the Dee’s dies stacker tree, I’ve only seen this used on Christmas cards and they look nice in bright colours, it’s a versatile die because you can use as many or as few layers as you want for different size trees


I stuck some tulle on the tag from The Ribbon Girl, I love it and have been putting it on all my cards recently, it gives great texture without adding another layer

I paper pieced the balloons and they’re stuck with Pinflair, the strings are bits of silver wire that I had in my stash

The die behind the sentiment is a Nellies die, the button twine and ribbon are also from The Ribbon Girl and the mini pompoms are Tilda from the Lili of the Valley shop

Finally it’s finished off with stickles  …can’t resist using a bit of glitter!




Hope you like it, enjoy the rest of your evening and make sure you don’t miss the Lili of the Valley birthday blog hop and competition tomorrow





  1. Oh its such a cutie! I love the sweet little bunny's! hugs! Mojca

  2. Lovely tag Anne, cute image !!

    Hugs Astrid

  3. Lovely tag Anne I love that image and the colours you've used
    jacqui x

  4. This is stunning Anne. I love those cute bunnies and the trees and details are all so beautiful too. Looks like another paper pad to add to my wish list!
    Sue xx

  5. saw this on the inspiration blog and loved it to bits - those trees and bunnies are just fabulous Anne - really great scene xx


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