Hello everyone! I am so ready for spring and warm weather! Today I want to share a couple Easter tags. I used Graphic 45 Sweet Sentiments collection. Thanks for watching!
Hello everyone! Happy New Year’s Eve! Today I have another calendar project to share with you that I created for Graphic 45. I used their gorgeous Time to Flourish papers as well as a few papers from their Couture Collection.
I found this unfinished wood block style calendar at my local craft store. It is from Darice. Here is a photo of what it looked like before I altered it.
I wanted my calendar to have a taller back so I used one of the tags from the Graphic 45 Regular Black Tag Album and trimmed it down to size. I painted all of the edges of the calendar with black craft paint and then used Beacons Fast Decoupage Finish to adhere my papers. I added the month titles to the smaller blocks.
I used the number stickers from the Time to Flourish Sticker Sheet for the dates.
I used some of the Tim Holtz metal feet to the bottom of my calendar. I used one of the chipboard frames from the collection as well as some flowers to the back of the calendar. I applied the Beacons Fast Finish Decoupage over the entire project to seal everything.
I really like how it turned out. This paper collection is simply stunning. Have a great week!
Happy New Year!
Hello everyone! Today I have a great project using some beautiful papers from Graphic 45’s An Eerie Tale. I created a gift card holder tag. I also share a tutorial on how I used the “Chalkboard” technique to stamp my sentiment.
Thanks for watching!
Hi all and welcome to the Miss Kate Cuttables and Peachy Keen Stamps Holiday Co-Hop. Each day of the hop will feature projects from the Miss Kate Cuttables Design Team & Peachy Keen Stamps Design Team. You will see some amazing projects. Make sure you comment and follow every blog along the way.
For my project today I created a cute Snowman Tag. I used two different files for my project. I used the tag and banner file to create the base of my tag.
I used the Snowman file for the front of my tag.
I stamped the snowman face using PK-485 Snowmany Faces.
Here’s my cute snowman tag!
I used my Wink of Stella Clear brush glitter pen to add some sparkle to his hat and the holly leaves.
Have a great day!
Hi everyone! Today is my day to post over on the Miss Kate blog. Today I have a cute pull out tag card to share with you. Here’s the file I used to create my project.
Isn’t he cute? There is also a girl version of this file. Definitely going to have to make her next!
I wanted to use the file to create a pull out tag card.
Here’s the card with the tag pulled out.
I used the Stampin Up Wondrous Wreath stamp set to stamp the sentiment. I also used the Stampin Up stamp set Merry Everything with the coordinating punch to create the little tag for the front of the present.
Thanks for stopping by! Have a great week!
I thought this image would look really cute with a pullout tag coming from the top of the barrel. So here’s what I created.
And here is the pullout tag.
This project was really easy to create. I just cut another basket base for the back of the card. I embossed the first basket base using the Cuttlebug fabric swatch embossing folder. Then I inked over the embossing with Gathered Twigs Distress Ink. Then I trimmed off the top portion and add the next layer. I did add some small eyelets just to give it some more texture to the trim pieces.
Then I glued this onto the other basket base just around the edges so I could create a tag and slip it into the basket. The leaves from the cut file were added to the top of the tag. I did cut a couple of extra leaves to add to the front of the basket.
I stamped my title label on the front of the basket and then stamped my sentiment on the tag. I also added some ivory yardstick to the back of my tag so you could sign your tag card.
Stamps – CardzTv Fall Fun
Cardstock – Stampin Up
Kraft Cardstock – Paper Studio
Distress Ink – Tim Holtz Gathered Twigs
Punches – Stampin Up Word Window and Modern Label
Embossing Folder – Cuttlebug Fabric Swatch
Eyelets – stash
Dimensionals – Stampin Up
Hello everyone! Today is my day to post on the Miss Kate blog today. I decided to create a small fall project using a really great file called Fall Fun.
I decided this image would look great on one of the Graphic 45 Staples Kraft Tags. I cut out the fall fun file with my Cameo using some solid card stock from my stash. I layered on design papers from Graphic 45’s An Eerie Tale 6×6 paper pad.
I added some metal from Butter Bee Scraps and layered on one of the Cardstock flowers from the Eerie Tale collection to the top corner. I inked around my die cut image with Tim Holtz Vintage Photo distress ink.
I used some dimensional adhesive when I put together my die cuts. I added some ribbon from May Arts to the top of my tag and stamped Fall Harvest using CardzTv stamp set Fall Fun. That stamp set and this file from Miss Kate were made for each other! Love it!
Well that’s my project! I really like how it turned out. This file would be great for Thanksgiving decor. Thanks for stopping by and have a fabulous week!
Happy Monday! Just wanted to share some tags that I made for my sister’s birthday.
The fibers are from Basic Grey.
The small tags were cut using an EK success punch.
The vintage sayings are from Crafty Secrets Vintage Findings.
The edges of the tags were distressed with Tim Holtz distress ink, Vintage Photo.
The chipboard butterflies are from K & Company.
I had so much fun making these that I decorated both sides of the tags.
Thanks for looking.
The Full Gallery
Just wanted to share a couple of extra large tags that were made for my grand-kids Christmas gifts. (click pictures to enlarge)
The tags were made with the Jolly Holidays Cricut Lite Cartridge. I used the Fit to Page feature so I could get the biggest tag from a 12×12 piece of cardstock.
The tags were cut at 5-3/4 inches. I then used the Gypsy to make the kids names with the Plantin Schoolbook cartridge. The letters were welded together to create their names. Stickles were added to the holly to give the tags some sparkle.
Thanks for looking!