I've just treated myself to a Dymo label making machine, the old fashioned hand held type, so this tag gave me a chance to play with it. I stamped and embossed the flowers in white on white card and then sponged all over with distress inks, using darker shades and heavier application towards the bottom and right of the tag. The flower silhouette stamp is an unmounted rubber one a friend gave me when I first started stamping. I don't know the brand or name, but it's one of my most often-used stamps.
The die cut words were made with a Cuttlebug die (an ancient one, it came with an embossing folder of dandelion clocks or allium heads, I can't remember the name) in the Grand Calibur. I've noticed since changing from the Cuttlebug to the Grand Calibur that some of my Cuttlebug dies are looking bowed in the middle, it must be the higher pressure of the newer machine. I know it probably doesn't make any difference to their effectiveness, but it's not very aesthetically pleasing - do any of you know a way of flattening them?
Mod Squad - Emboss resist
Cuttlebug Mania - We Love to Stamp
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