Hi Friends! I’m back today sharing a few tags for the 25 days of Christmas tags event hosted by Tracy McNeely. Here I’m using a fun pretty pink posh products and a vibrant non-traditional color palette to create a few tags.
To start, I first cut card stock in various colors using the stitched strips die and the zig zag die from stacked edges 1. Cardstock colors used: apricot, guava, raspberry, no 2. pencil (Lawn Fawn), hibiscus burst and lovely lady (Papertrey Ink). The strips were arranged on plain white cardstock and adhered with tape runner. Next, I cut the tags using white cardstock and the largest of the scallop circle die and stitched essentials 1 dies. The striped cardstock pieces were adhered to the tags in different angles to create a fun pattern.
Images from the winter friends
and winter wonderland
stamp sets stamped using black ink on copic friendly cardstock. I colored the images using the following copic colors:
Clothing/hats/#stockings: R01, T17, R22, RV25, RV13, V01
Bear: T1, T0, R21, RV0000
Eskimo face: E53, E51, E50
Hair: E29, E27, E15, E13
Penguins: 100, T7, T5, T3
The images were cut using the coordinating dies and added to the tags using thin foam squares. Next, I white heat embossed the tags using the holiday greetings stamp set.
To create this shaker tag, I added clear acetate to the shaker window and stamped a sentiment from winter wonderland using black stazon ink. Next, I filled the shaker using pretty pink posh sparkling clear snowflarkes
and added foam tape to the edges of the circle die. Images from winter wonderland and winter friends adhered to the front of the tag.
Thank you so much for stopping by today! Be sure to stop by Tracy’s blog
for more inspiration and for your chance to win wonderful prizes from the wonderful sponsors.