- Once the lace, twine, flower, and copper brad were added, I felt the need for another metal accent...some sort of trinket. I searched the stash, and found a copper tag from SU!...bright, shiny copper (like a new penny). Well, that color just wouldn't do, so I pulled out the steel wool again to knock down the finish, then added Mushroom alcohol ink. This gave the copper the perfect patina. The finishing touch was stamping "luck" in StazOn Timber Brown.
Paper: K&Co; scrap pattern papers
Image: Graphics Fairy 'Cowgirl'
Stamps: Inque Boutique ‘Ornaments’; SU!
Inks: Distress Inks 'Vintage Photo', ‘Old Paper’; Alcohol Ink 'Mushroom'; StazOn ‘Timber Brown’; Top Boss embossing ink
Embellishments: PTI rustic button twine; copper brad; crochet lace ribbon; Prima flower; SU! Copper tag; TH trinket pin; TH copper jump ring; copper embossing powder
Tools: heat gun; 3M Super 77 spray adhesive; wire cutter; TH paper distresser; foam ink blending tool; Fiskars deckle decorative scissors; foam tape; glue dots; hole punch
Misc: scrap cardboard (cereal boxes); wire; steel wool