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01/29/2017

Sun 29

Love You Always
by Olga Direktorenko

This masculine Valentine's Day Tag is made entirely with the dies and stamps from Poppystamps January Release

Because I have added so many layers the tag feels like it's made of chipboard or plastic. I also like the fact that it can be used as home decor.

You can find the instructions on how to make it in the VIDEO TUTORIAL down below:

LoveYouAlways1

LoveYouAlways2

Thanks for stopping by and have a fabulous week!

Olga Floral Signature copy

Comments

Morning Olga, This tag is fabulous, I adore the umbrella's and the stitched cloudline, and the 'must have' heart pattern plate, complete this fabulous stitched tunnel tag. My 'Wish List' is very long, I want all these dies !!
Lots of love from Patricia xx

BEAUTIFUL!

Beautiful tag, Olga. Love the stormy sky background with the stitched cloud diecut.

Totally in love with the stitched clouds and the umbrellas are cute too!! TFS!

Again, Olga, we need more superlatives if anything new is going to be said.

Your ability to bring new techniques to each subsequent project, is nothing short of miraculous. I've used cellophane in my acrylic painting, but never thought about using it with watercolor. Your many layered clouds are genius.

I tell all my artist buddies, that if they want true inspiration in using materials, they should be watching your videos. You are a light in the creative world. Thank you!

Gorgeous tag, love watching your videos you are so creative.

Love your stormy tag!!! Sooooo Pretty!!!

Very cute. I wish I had your vision to use these products.

I'm so in love with this tags.

Wow so beautiful!!

Love the umbrellas with the heart!! soo lovely!

You make everything look so easy and the results are always perfect and this is no exception another fab project and video thanks again Olga .

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