This is the cutest tag book I have ever seen. The Alice in Wonderland Tag Book Swap was hosted by Karla Nathan of Karla's Cottage and she did an incredible job of sorting almost 450 tags into books. She also made the first adorable tag with an Alice that she painted herself. The tag book also had a little "Drink Me" bottle attached, created by Karla. Too cute!
This one is so cute. It has so much dimension...Alice is raised and there is glitter and flocking everywhere!
I thought the contrast of this one was just fantastic. The stark black of Alice and the Red Queen against the red tag was very dramatic. I also love how the artist worked outside the margins of the tag.
This is a very cute picture of the White Rabbit. I loved the little flowers at the bottom and the tiny butterfly. Again, the artist went outside the margins. I really like that.
This one is so cute and done by Stephanie Oyler. I adored the colors she chose! The green and blue were so unique and so pretty together! I also loved the little bits of vintage lace, ribbon and pearls.
What an angle! Showing just crepe paper ruffles of Alice's skirt is very clever, as is the dimension of the larger shoes. Love that little flower...it seems to tie it all together!
This tag was also adorable, from the contrasting stitching of the lettered tag to the cute little clock charm. The red vintage seam binding and fine white lace are such a nice finishing touch.
Wasn't that a great swap? I am getting so hooked on swaps. Right now I am preparing three matchboxes for Heather of Speckled Egg's Petite Inspiration Matchbox Swap, Nesting Edition. When I am done with that I am will be finishing my May Basket Swap, hosted by Artsy Mama. In between, Kat and I are preparing all sorts of fun decorations for my annual women's retreat in the Black Hills. We will be sure and take lots of pictures!