Friday, May 15, 2015

Rose Blossom Blog Hop


Happy mid-May!
Summer is just around the corner but it has been feeling like summer in my bungalow studio with all the Taste of Summer
papers and stamp creations.
Welcome to our team blog hop.
You may be coming from our 
talented leader Brenda's blog
If so, you know you can find the complete blog hop list there.
If you are starting here you can just keep on hopping through the links and
end up at Brenda's blog.
I have decided to create some summery tags for
end-of-year school gifts 
and I wanted to grunge them up a bit for a softer, more vintage-y look so I did a lot of distressing with Cashmere Ink.






Speaking of "berry special" you must
head on over to the creative blog of my friend
Marg at
I am sure there will be some fruitful goodness at the Tator Patch!

11 comments:

Shelly Nemitz said...

Love these, each and every one.

Barbara Smith said...

These are awesome, Lynn!

Brenda said...

Each tag has so much detail! Those are the perfect little touches that make this fantastic artwork!

Jenise Barnhouse said...

These are terrific! I like the distressing idea for a different "feel."

Kim said...

Beautiful tags! I love the "grunge," it gives them that retro feel. The details are just fantastic. Thanks for the inspiration!

Morgan Vogt said...

What a great idea! All that fruit makes for some delicious looking tags! :)

Karen Pedersen said...

Such beautiful tags. They would be great on a gift, a card, or even a layout!

Marg Van Patten said...

Oh for the love of vintagee-goodness! I just got done examining these for the 3rd time and simple love how you gave this paper a different twist.

Mona Pendleton said...

Fantastic tags Lynn! So fun and summery!

Mary Newman said...

Love the vintage look of these tags. Your are a flower child I'd say Lynn....your flowers are always so pretty and you have such a knack of making the colors in everything you create match so beautifully. So nice!!

Audrey Pettit said...

Oh, wow! I have loved all the bright and summery fruit projects you've been making, Lynn, but these softer, more vintage designs are absolutely amazing, too! Great job!