Blue seacape tag




These are so much fun to make... Mum told me today about a postcard exhibition that is being organised for a hoity toity part of town, so I think I will do some seascapes for that.

11 comments:

Pam Kellogg said...

Jo, I love this! But I love all of your work! Can't wait to see more.

alice m said...

I should think you'll have a lot of success with the postcards. Love the tags (of course).

Gail said...

All the tags are great Jo. Love them, I hope one comes home to my house. Grin.

Amy a.k.a. dragonryder4 said...

Jo, I love your tags. They are very pretty :)

Marty52 said...

These are so cool, Jo! One of these days I'm gonna have to do a seascape... they look like they are so much fun. Good luck at the postcard exhibition!

Rose Anne B said...

WOW these tags are so beautiful! What would you use them on or just for display?

Well good luck on the display and who knows maybe some interested buyers?

Jo in NZ said...

Rose Anne, (I think you get the prize for most comments in one day ! LOL)It has been suggested that the tags can be used on key chains, or attached to a plain bag for a bit of bling.
To be honest, I'm not sure, I think they are just another form of ATC/postcard, a way to share our art. I don't do ATC's cos I can't think of a use for them...and I have all those hearts...the postcards I don't swap, i just send, love them for that, but I won't worry to much. I just enjoy making them.

midd you own business said...

Hi Jo,
wow your work is stunning!!!
I love the sea themed tag, please can you tell me how you held the driftwood in place?
I have to do a project sea theme and want to sew my own driftwood in it...any ideas most welcomed.
Thank Jo
Hugs Pam

midd you own business said...

sorry jo, take no notice of the name I had chosen years back.. they wanted so many details I got annoyed and named myself that!! Even worse got wrong spelling lol!!
Hugs Pam

Jo in NZ said...

Hi Pam. I have used beading thread for the drift wood - sylamide (sp) I think.

Connie said...

I love your tags, so small and so intricate.