I had fun with this one, because a) I love masking and b) I love spraying and c) I love greens and blues, my chosen colors and d) I love embossing, not that anyone told me to emboss, but I threw that in anyway.
If it looks a bit unfinished, two reasons for that....I just didn't want to cover up the masking on the bottom. I think it looks too cool to hide. Also, at some point I plan to add a small sentiment down there and send this off as a card. It has NOTHING to do with my time constraints. NOTHING.
What did I do? First I put some color (wild honey and broken china) on a piece of cardstock. Then, I placed a Heidi Swapp mask down and followed Tim's technique. A bit more color was added with the blending tool, then another mask (Tim's flourish) went down, and more misting (with different colors).
When all that goodness dried (OK, I rushed that along with my heat tool), I cut the tag shape and then ran it through the regal flourishes embossing folder. Last step on the background.....highlighting the raised area with some forest moss.
I went through my box of semi-finished projects and found the rosette and grungepaper flower (made with some of Wendy Vecchi's stamps) and added those to the top, since the colors went well with the tag. (There are some scallops behind the rosette).
Phew....now I can enjoy my visit with my mom without wondering if I'll be able to do this week's challenges. I know what you're thinking, but I admit it....I'm addicted to these challenges and hate the thought of missing any.
See ya in about a week!