Hello everyone! Today I want to share a set of tags that I created using Graphic 45 Vintage Hollywood collection. The base of the tags are from Tim Holtz. They are the medium and small Etcetera tags. I purchased them online from Amazon.
Hello everyone! Today I want to share a fun banner that I created using Graphic 45 St. Nicholas collection. I used a combination of the 12×12 and 6×6 papers to create my banner. I used the fun ATC alpha tags from Graphic 45 as well to spell out the word NOEL.
I wanted the banner to hold some little envelopes and other bits so I used a fun treat sleeve die from My Creative Time. I only had kraft ATC Alpha tags so I used my Copic wide marker and colored the tags black. I backed them with some gold glitter cardstock so the letters would be nice and sparkly!
I used some beautiful Prima flowers and leaves to decorate the front and tuck inside the sleeves. I die cut some doilies using my favorite go to doily dies from My Creative Time to layer behind the tags.
I used a fun little Prima postcard stamp and added a few little postcards as well. The fun little envelopes were die cut from an envelope die by My Favorite Things called You’ve Got Mail.
That’s my festive sparkly little Christmas banner. I hope you like it! Have a great day!
Hello everyone! Today I want to share a fun tag that I created for the PDE Linky Party challenge. This week the challenge is All Tags. Here’s the tag that I created.
I used a really cute die set from Stephanie Barnard. It’s a cute pocket tag that will hold a gift card. I used some Stampin’ Up Early Espresso cardstock for the base of the tag and some design papers from the Echo Park 6×6 Fall is in the Air paper pad.
I used a cute little Owl Doodlepop for the center of my tag. I added a layer of green cardstock to create a little hill for the owl to stand on. I added some bling and ribbon to the top to finish it off.
There you have it! That’s my tag. I hope you will join us at PDE Linky Party! Have a great weekend!
Hello everyone! Today is another challenge at PDE Linky Party. For this challenge you need to create a tag. Here’s the tag that I created.
To create my tag I used a really fun die set from My Creative Time. I used some fun paper from Lawn Fawn for the background layer. I love this die set because there is a layer die. I added a spider web doily to one side. Here’s a closeup of the tag.
I trimmed down a cut out from a sheet of Echo Park paper and die cut a decorative border at the bottom. I found a spider charm in my stash and added it to the tag as well.
I used some black gingham ribbon at the top, along with some black jute string to make a pretty bow, and of course a little bling for sparkle.
That’s my tag! I hope you will join us at PDE Linky Party! Have a great weekend!
Hi everyone! Today I have a super cute tag to share with you today that I created for the PDE Linky Party. I used a Graphic 45 large black tag as the base of my tag and decorated it with some fun papers from Echo Park’s Magical Adventure.
I folded up the bottom edge of my tag to create a pocket to add some other elements inside the tag.
I added some ribbon and twine to the top of my tag to finish it off.
That’ my tag for the week. Make sure to link up your tag and join the fun!
Hi everyone! Today I want to share a couple of little Easter treat holders. Mary at CardzTV is having a 3D challenge. For the challenge you are to create a treat holder for Easter. I used the CardzTv stamp set Happy Days for my project. I actually created a treat bag as well as a little pillow box.
For the little treat bag I used some really fun colored vellum from Doodlebug. It has little dots on it as well. It comes in some really fun spring colors and I thought the purple would look cute with my little “peep” die cut.
The treat bag is a die from Stampin Up. I used a Martha Stewart border punch as a little belly band and placed my die cut peep onto some stitched ovals. I added a little die cut tag and stamped Happy Easter on it and then finished it off with a little twine bow.
I used my Pillow Box punch board for the little Easter pillow box. I placed the die cut peep onto a circle and then layered a scalloped circle behind it. I stamped the Happy Easter sentiment onto some pink cardstock then used a small scallop circle to punch it out.
There you have it! Have a fabulous week!!
Hello everyone! Thanks for stopping by. Today I want to share a couple of tags that I created to celebrate someone’s birthday!.
To create my tags I used a really great die set from My Creative Time. I’ve wanted this die set for a long time so I was when I finally got it I had to make something!. I got the actual two different dies as well as the layers for the dies. Here’s a closeup.
The design paper is from Stampin Up. I love the cute little ric-rak trim piece along the bottom. This is also part of the die set. The word celebrate is actually from another word die set by Tim Holtz.
Here’s a closeup of the other tag.
For this cute tag I added another smaller little stamp and die set from My Creative Time layered on the top. I added some striped grosgrain ribbon through the hole at the top of each tag and some white bakers twine. I really like how they turned out! And I really love this new die set! Have a great weekend!
Stampin Up Cardstock – cucumber crush
Stampin Up Design Paper – Cherry On Top
Stampin Up Striped Ribbon – Crushed Curry
white bakers twine
mini chalkboard stamp and die set – My Creative Time
Tag Dies – My Creative Time
Tag Die Layers – My Creative Time
Celebrate Word Die – Tim Holtz
Hello everyone! Today is my day to post for the Miss Kate Cuttables blog. I have a little gift tag to share. I created this winter themed tag using a file from Miss Kate Cuttables.
Here is my tag.
As you can see I didn’t use all of the layers from the file. I wanted to add some texture and dimension so I added a fun wooden snowflake charm from ButterBee Scraps. I add some glittered ribbon trim from Stampin’ Up as well.
I used some mini brads from Stampin Up along the skate laces.
It needed a little more sparkle so I added a large silver sequin to the center of the snowflake and then used my clear Wink of Stella brush marker along the edge of the skate as well as the heel. I added a little twine bow to finish it off.
I like how it turned out. This tag would look really cute on a gift bag or present. Or you could just hang it up.
Have a great day!
Hello everyone! Today is my day to post for the Miss Kate Cuttables blog. I have a quick video to share with you what I created. Here are the files that I used in my project.
I used the Ticket to Magic file.
The Girl Mouse Ears file
The Mouse Ears file
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