Tuesday, 9 March 2021

Make The Impossible Possible

Good morning and a very happy Tuesday. I'm really pleased to be sharing my second piece for the Country View Crafts 'Sihouettes' challenge as this was such a fun piece to make.

There's nothing fancy about this at all, it's exactly what it says on the tin, but I like it.
I started by cutting my giant tags in black, red, and white. First of all, I had to find out where the stencil could go where the die would cut the least, then I used the Tim Holtz Falling Hearts main die to cut the white tag.
Next, I stencilled the Banksy girl in black gesso, and finally added the Dina sentiment, Simples! The balloon heart is also from the Falling Hearts set. 
I hope that you like it, and that you join in with the challenge, as it really is a fun one.
Take care, have a great week, and thanks for looking xx


  1. I love it, Sue!!! It's brilliant how you layered the tags!!! And it's perfect with only three colours!!! Have a lovely week!!! xx

  2. Fabulous tag, love all the details! Hugs, Valerie

  3. "Make The Impossible Possible" and why not!
    This is a beautiful tag.

    Hope your week is going well.

    All the best Jan

  4. Gorgeous it reminds me of a banksey picture

  5. Hi Sue I love this and the way you've combined the different elements. I've got the Banksy girl as a stamp but not seen it as a stencil. Thank you so much for sharing this with us. Happy crafty week, Angela xXx

  6. Such a beautiful tag! Loving the layers of red hearts and stitching that you added, it makes the perfect background for the pretty silhouette and wording 😁. Happy and creative wishes! Hugs, Jo x

  7. Well I very much like it too Sue! The white/red and black combo is striking but you've kept the design CAS so all the elements pop.

  8. Just a great tag, simple but cleverly done and beautiful!!
    Happy weekend Sue. Hugs xx

  9. Beautiful tag, Sue! I love the color combo and the flying hearts are perfect for the girl stencil.
    Hugs Evelyn xx

  10. Well I LOVE it and I think if i'd seen this last sunday on Mother's day my stay strong barrier may have slipped a little.
    Not sure how I missed this either, blogger has been a stinker for me recently i've had to start a blog address book :))
    Thanks for your visits Sue, hope you are keeping well??
    Hugs Tracey xx


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