Hello lovelies, a warm welcome to the Stamping Sunday Blog Hop. Tags, Tags, Tags is this month's theme. These tags were fun and easy to work with and I'm happy to share with you with what I came up with.
I'm Sharni Haines from Australia you may have started here or come from the awesome Sara Levin either way have a look and keep on hopping around to see what fabulous Christmas creations everyone has to share with us!
This is what the Tags Tags Tags Bundle looks like. The stamps are joined in groups of three so you actually stamp 3 tags at a time. The Dies are all joined together too, so this can be a real time saver.
The first group of tags I created was the Halloween tags.( I stamped all 9 tags with Basic Grey ink.) I kept them pretty simple. I stamped, cut out the tags and then cut out a second lot of tags unstamped (from plain Cardstock). I then turned the matching unstamped tag sideways and glued it underneath the top tag. This was then mounted onto a larger tag that I made using the Scalloped Tag Topper Punch measured at 1.5" wide.
I used Gorgeous Grape and Terracotta Tile paper and inks.
Next was the Valentine tags...I used Lovely Lipstick and Blushing Bride ink and Cardstock. I added some Whisper White 5/8" (1.6 Cm) Polka Dot Tulle Ribbon underneath the second tag.
The Christmas tags were the final set, I used Seaside Spray and Whisper White for these. The ribbon is Seaside Spray 1/4" (6.4 Mm) Metallic Ribbon. So, as you can see, I used the same decorating and layering techniques for all three sets, and this helped make this project quite quick.
These are the Blends I used to colour in the tags.
To stamp, I just put all the stamps into the Stamperatus and did it all at once.
To hold all my tags, I decided to make a box.
This was really just an altered version of my Halloween Book, just more boxes inside.
Stepped Up Version.
I also stepped up the Christmas tags by using White Embossing Powder onto Seaside Spray Cardstock and adding some sweet sparkly Sparkle Glimmer Paper cut out with the Frosted Frames Dies ( leaves).
I added some Rhinestone Basic Jewels for extra sparkle.
The second layer of tags (underneath the top blue ones) were DSP from the Feels Like Frost Specialty 6" X 6" Papers.
You could also just make a lovely box of Christmas tags as a gift. I gave this box full of tags to my friend who hosted a workshop party this morning as a thank you gift.
Well, that's all from me today. Thank you so much for popping in.
A big thank you to the lovely Sara Levin for hosting the hop!
Ensure you keep going with the Hop to see what everyone else has created. I'm looking forward to it myself.
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