Here are more of my 1856 Harper Magazine large tags.
This one here is not Harper Magazine just an image of some antique journal pages.
You can see my original post here. You can see the first batch I posted here.
These tags are large size appox. 5" x 8" with some being a little bigger even.
This one has a spine of an antique book.
Do you notice the date?
These tags were created using many different items; paper, vintage ribbons and trims, pine cones, vintage bling, dried roses, burlap, twine, silk flowers, antique ephemera, buttons, wooden spools, and feathers just to name a few.
These tags I am offering for sale at $6.50 each (includes shipping in US)
Contact me here and I will send you an invoice that you can pay through Paypal.
The tags are copies of the pages from the magazine, copied onto card stock cream colored paper.
The tags are also adhered to another post card size stock paper, very sturdy indeed.
I will be creating more of these tags using more images from my Harper Magazine images, stay tuned.
I have one of the bunnies done and here she is as promised.
If you are not up to speed on the topic, I purchased these bunnies at the Christmas Tree Shop a few weeks ago. You can see that post here.
Using one of two Dakin Farm ham bag,s I made an outfit for the bunny. I am not sure if I will use the other ham bag on the second bunny or not, still thinking about that.
A few weeks ago I purchased cheese cloth from our local dollar store. I spent a tad bit of time dying some of it so I could have it on hand for gosh knows what. I guess I found a use for some of it a little sooner than I thought, always good to plan ahead sometimes....
I found the perfect piece of vintage doily to use as a little vest, cute hah??
I painted the inside of the ears with a little bit of light pink paint with glitter. My camera hates to pick up the glitter, but it is there.
I adhered the bunny to a piece of book cover so I could add some brown hay around the bottom and added some eggs and tiny pine cones. On the back of the bunny is a piece of the back of the ham bag that has the cooking instructions on it.
I am so please how she turned out. I hope the second one turns out good, too.
I will post the other bunny as soon as that one is completed. I must get these in the mail, sending them to Nevada.
I plan to alter these two bunnies for gifts for Easter Holiday.
I purchased these at the Christmas Tree Shop a few weeks ago. They were dressed in cheap country theme clothes and had very long legs. As you can see the clothes are cut off (thrown in trash) and the legs are cut off. The bunnies have rice in the rumps so sit on the table pretty good.
I am still thinking about how exactly I want to dress these two. I will post when I have finished.