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Affiches de Cirque

Affiches de Cirque
Time:  2 days

Yield:  5 #10 tags or 1 Mobile

Wet Ingredients:

  • Ink Archival Ink – Jet Black, Distress Festive Berries, Mustard Seed, Old Paper, Walnut Stain
  • Markers Distress – Black Soot, Mustard Seed, Picket Fence, Shabby Shutters, Spiced Marmalade, Tattered Rose, Tumbled Glass
  • Other – Glossy Accents
  • Paint Distress – Antique Linen, Barn Door, Broken China
  • Stain Distress – Barn Door, Frayed Burlap, Pumice Stone

Dry Ingredients:

  • 10 - #10 Manila Tags
  • Cardstock – Well Played – Argyle, Coral & Ivory Ribbon Stripe, DCWV Neutrals Very Vanilla
  • Hardware – Zipper by the Yard, Vintage Clip Antique Silver, Mini Mobile, Remnant Rubs – Numeral, Tissue Tape – Merriment, Jumbo Eyelets – Pewter
  • Other - GrungeBoard
  • Ribbon – Trimmings – Natural Red/Cream, Thread White
  • Twill Tape 3/8”


  • Dies – Decorative Strip – Ticket Strip, Mini Film & Tickets, Movers and Shapers – Tag & Tie
  • Stamps - At the Movies, Bitty Grunge, Circus Poster, Going Somewhere, Mixed Media, Oddities, Paris Memoir, Psychedelic Grunge, The Big Top



































completed project photo as seen in Somerset Studio Magazine.


Karen Garrard said...

WOW!! What a delightful piece. Love how you used zips to join the tags. Wonderfully decorated. Karen.x

Theresa said...

wow. not usually a fan of circus things but this is really something! Great stuff. Thanks for sharing!!

Artfully challenged said...

Absolutely stunning, I am constantly amazed at how inventive you are,love your blog and the detailed pictures,brilliant!

Donna. X

Tera Callihan said...

WOW!!!! this is Amazing and SOOO Beautiful!!!

Jess M said...

Oh my goodness! This is amazing. I love, love, love it!

Scrap Recup said...

J'adore your work, it's juste a genius idea to mix circus stamp with vintage stamps. Love LOVE !

Lisa H said...

love the zipper connection. too cool!!

Kim Evans said...

Still love this one! I had to show my co-worker today and he can't get over the detail in the tutorial.

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