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Hello Friends

I was just playing around with my stamps and made this tag with one of the newest releases from Phyllis Harris. This one is called Faith Of A Child.  I love this wee girl. I am not entirely happy with the outcome of the tag but I am going with it anyway :)  I used gesso to create the snow at the bottom and top of the tag and the rest was water colored with paints.  I added some glitter accents over the snow and the rays. The sentiment was heat embossed  with red glitter embossing powder. Finally I added some stars and tartan ribbon to finish it off.

Thanks for visiting

Mandi xox

Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge  - Stars
Unity Stamp Co  - Friends With Flair
Word Art Wednesday Challenge 158


  1. Very sweet image and meaningful message.

  2. A beautiful tag,such a sweet

  3. Beautiful tag! I love the contrast between the snow and the beautiful sun rays!

  4. Very cute tag Mandi. Love the stamp.

  5. You did a great job! (just add a number and it can be part of an advent calendar). I love it!

  6. When I first saw this pop up in my newsfeed, I wondered how you made the snow. I think this tag is just precious!

  7. Absolutely adorable! The image is very sweet and love how you colored your tag :o)

  8. Oh she is adorable as can be, love the added texture.Thanks for sharing

  9. Lovely tag! I'm glad you decided to go with it!

  10. Such a beautiful tag with an innocent little girl on it. Love it!

  11. Oh my - how very, very sweet! Such a darling image and your water painting looks wonderful!

  12. Love your tag, great image.

    Thank you for joining us at Simon Says Wednesday Challenge this week.

    Jo x

  13. this is beautiful! love the coloring of your sky

  14. Hi Mandi! Your card is daring. Thanks SO MUCH for sharing your talents with us. I hope that you will join us again real soon. Have a great week!
    Word Art Wednesday


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