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Time: <2 Hours
Yield:  1 – #10 Tag
Wet Ingredients:
  • Ink – Alcohol Honeycomb; Archival - Jet Black; Distress Black Soot, Gathered Twigs, Mowed Lawn, Peeled Paint Pumice Stone, Vintage Photo, Walnut Stain
  • Paint – Distress Mustard Seed
Dry Ingredients:
  • Tag - #10 Manila
  • Cardstock – Water Colour Paper
  • Hardware – Bead Chain, Buckles, Mirrored Stars
  • Stamps – Classics #5, Graph, Here and There, Purveyor
  • Stencil - Cargo











froebelsternchen Susi said...

gorgeous tag!love that it looks like a backbag!

Bonnie McLain said...

Love the look you have created...very catchy to the eye... Lovin it... Love, Light and Peace...Bonnie

butterfly said...

Very cool - fab earthy colours and a great rugged look to your rucksack tag!
Alison x

Karen Garrard said...

Great take on Tim's Tag! Karen.x

Anonymous said...

I am loving your tag!! We are a big military family, so I'm thrilled to see how distress inks can be used to make camo colors. (I would have never thought of that.) And using the buckles to make a ruck sack is genius!

Astrid Maclean said...

Absolutely fabulous!!! I LOVE both the idea and the execution of this, fabulous take on the original and a brilliant idea!!

Anneke said...

I saw this tag on pinterst. What a great male tag.
Wonderful male tag. Love the embelishments.