It's still a little different from her technique. I did the same process as in my last blog, only instead of Distress Stain as the base layer, I used Peacock Feather Distress Ink spritzed with water on my craft mat. Also, I only used Walnut Stain and Vintage Photo Distress Ink around the edges of the tag (instead of over the entire tag) and this time I outlined my clear embossed snowflakes with a Gathered Twigs Distress Marker.
Here are some close ups of the new tag:
Alcohol ink used to give a snowflake charm a little bit of a rusty feel. I added some velvet and thin width ribbon for the tag tie.
Some Tim Holtz trim and Recollections bling ribbon began the embellishment process in the middle of the tag. A Sizzix snowflake die was used to die cut some manila cardstock and vintage paper. I when I tried gluing the two pieces together, I ended up having the two die cut snowflakes a little off center. I used Walnut Stain Distress Ink to color the snowflake. I added another precut snowflake and gem to complete the main embellishment for the tag. The sentiment banner was made out of patterned paper and stamped with Moonlight archival ink. I went around the word "winter" with an dark brown alcohol ink marker that matched the background of the paper. I thought about going around the word "Greetings", but by that time I was afraid I would mess up the thin letters.