Hi all, Monique here for today's inpsiration using Blank Page Muse Rubber Stamps.
My first introduction with Disney, other than Mickey and Donald, was Alice in Wonderland. My mother had 2 Disney books saved from her childhood, one was Snow White and the other was Alice. They were old books and a special edition from a Dutch Magazine in 1955, they had the Disney movie illustrations in them , decorated with gold leave, very pretty. They where kept at my grand parents house and when I was old enough to be able to read them , they where given to me.
Although I liked Snow White, I absolutely loved the weirdness of the Alice book. From that moment on I was an Alice fan.
When Alice was re released on video tape and later DVD , the love for Alice was passed on to my daughter, and we both like to collect Alice in Wonderland books and items.
So when I saw the Alice in Wonderland stamps at Blank Page Muse they had to be in my collection :-). I chose set 1 because it also has the Dodo on it. (I also looooove Dodo's lol)
Blank Page Muse has quite a collection of Alice stamps, there is also a wonderful set by Rick St.Dennis, a Steampunk set by Emily Grant, and of course set 2 of Alice in Wonderland Characters. The one I used is set 1 .
The vintage vibe of these Alice sets is perfect for this month's theme, so I decided to use them to make a tag.
Blank Page Muse stamp sets:
Distress ink in Victorian Velvet, Spun Sugar, Barn Door, Aged Mahogany, Vintage Photo and Walnut Stain.
Waterproof stampink in black
Lace/ Charms/ Ribbon/ Embroidery Floss/ Cheese Cloth
Paperscraps (e.g. patterned paper, book paper, tea died paper)
For detailed instructions, see video:
Enjoy making your own tags, they are perfect little craft objects to use as decoration or bookmarks. I hope you liked the video and can't wait to see your entries in this months challenge, it's anything goes, Vintage is optional.
For more inspiration or information see links below.