I am having a lot of fun with these fragments. I have used background paper, alcohol inks and even photographs to create dimensional embellishments. Some of the shapes fit Tiny Tabs and Tags die cutting template, so you can create quick and clean background to adhere to the fragment.
Used in this layout: London - The City of Red ~ 7 gypsies Lille Collection ~
I didn't realize how useful these would be until I got them. They are great little clear charms or small tags in a variety of shapes that can be run through an embossing folder/die cutting machine, misted, painted, inked, stained, decorated, etc. So many creative possibilities.
These clear fragments are great to make your own little charms! You just add an image to the back and viola! you have a charm to use on a bracelet or necklace or even on a scrapbook page. So much fun to play with!
Used in this image: Wonderland necklace
As of this writing I have not had the opportunity to use the product. I feel certain I won't be disappointed.
These are wonderful with alcohol inks. You can quickly add a charm to any project.
I love these shapes. You can make anything a tag to match your layout.
I love to back these with Tim Holtz's new papers
very nice, will order again
these little acrylic charms are just too much fun! Attach whatever image you like or for some real fun, play around with inking them. What I like most is that you can adhere them as a dangle so they move. The only thing I would want are larger pieces.