Thursday, 3 September 2009

TIO # 19 - Up, Up and Away!


This weeks Tag It On Challenge is to make a tag with the theme....Up, Up & Away!!! I automatically thought of hot air balloons....must be that old I showing my age then hahahaha

As usual the background is distress inks, the trees being a from a cube stamp by Judikins. The balloon stamp is by it doesn't say :(. It has been watercoloured & some glitter added.

I wasn't too happy with this one but thank you for looking anys, HUGS XXX


Dragon said...

LOVELY tag, Karen... don't know why you don't like it!!! It is really good so thanks for dreaming with me again

Anesha said...

Beautiful tag, love the trees and lovely soft colours. Sounds like you get a lot of 'help' from your furry ones! Thanks for your lovely comments on my blog. Anesha :-)

Kaz said...

Fab Karen, I'm glad you've managed some me time to get away from everything xx

Janice said...

Great colouring Karen. Nice to see you back in the craft room.

lisa said...

I immediately thought of hot air balloons too Karen, great minds hey, trouble is I don't have a hot air balloon stamp, unlike you. This is gorgeous, why don't you like it. I think it's great, especially the colours you've used. We are always far to self critical with our own work aren't we!!


Gez said...

Its gorgeous Karen.xx Glad you found some 'me' time to play. Hugs. Gez.xx

tracy said...

i think it's lovely karen:)

Traceyr said...

Isn't that a strange coincidence Karen I was looking for an image of a hot air balloon this afternoon for one of my 52Q tags. Didn't find one so used something else.

Love this stamp and I remember that song too.

Great what you have done with it.


Cheryl said...

you and me both hun with the up and and away again you have creatd something brilliant love that ballon love cheryl xx

CLARE said...

Lovely tag, such an unusual stamp (the baloon) and the trees are just the right size so it all fits perfectly.

Rhonda said...

I love this hot air balloon! I have always wanted to ride in one. This is gorgeous, Karen. Cheers!