Adding a tag to a card is a very popular technique currently, and I thought I'd give it a try using this sketch at RetroSketches this week.
I particularly liked the two banners with flagged ends on the sketch and decided that the top one would carry the message and the lower one would be in gold foil. They do a great job of 'grounding' the tag. I had a stamped rectangular piece already floating about my work table, which was easy enough to cut into a tag with the Scalloped Tag Topper Punch. The bottom corners were rounded on the Envelope Punch Board.
The only problem is, Blackberry Bliss is very difficult to photograph. To the eye, it looks very dark, but that then looks black in a photograph and when you lift the lighting level, it becomes rather bright looking. However, you can see that the base card has been stamped with the Summer Silhouette flowers as well, it was too plain without that.
I'm happy to have another card for my RAK stash, there have been a few needed lately with people in hospital, and living through difficult times, so it is nice to have a few on hand to write a quick message and pop into the post box.
Have fun getting inky!