Tuesday, December 12, 2017

SHOPPING OUR STASH #333 - Let's Play Tag!


Hello friends!
This week at
we're playing TAG!
That's right, we want to see your tags, either by itself
or on a card/project. Easy huh?

Here's what I came up with:


 And the inside:


My tag is made by sprinkling a couple Magenta Nuance dye powders onto some mixed
media paper and spritzing with water. Once dried, I die cut the tag. then stamped and second generation stamped the pine bough. I went around the edge with a VersaMark pen, and heat embossed using some glitter gold EP. Finished with some red ribbon.
The word die was cut from gold glitter paper, glued to a scrap of black card stock, and fussy cut.
The inside sentiment was heat embossed using the same glitter gold EP.
Super fun card to make!

Now it's your turn! Just crank out a tag and simply link up at Shopping Our Stash!
We'd love to see what you create. For more ideas, please check out what
my teammies created for your viewing pleasure.
Thanks for visiting!



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Supplies:
Stamps: STAMPlorations - Christmas Bell Medley; Hero Arts - Merry Christmas Message
Ink: Ranger DI - Evergreen Bough; VersaMark; Colorbox/Susan K. Weckesser - Shimmer
CS: Strathmore - mixed media paper; TE; Bazzill; Recollections
Accessories: GC; CUTplorations - ATC Tag Builder dies, Warm Winter Wishes die; Magenta - Nuance powder dyes - Turquoise and Cerulean blue; water mister; Taylored Expressions - Nordic Holiday EF; Cuttlebug - Charles embossing border folder; Stampendous - Jeweled Gold EP; heat gun; MISTI; May Arts ribbon
Adhesives: SA by 3L - tape runner, 3D & Thin 3D foam squares; Glue Dots

13 comments:

  1. Beautiful tag, love the subtle look of the pine, The background is perfect to showcase the tag. Fussy cutting the die cut words? wow awesome job.

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  2. This is lovely, Chris! I'm just wondering whether to turn my tags, made for the 25 days of tags into cards, or not, Jo x

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  3. Great idea to use your tag on the card! Thanks so much for sharing your awesome work with us at Simon Says Stamp Monday challenge! hugs, Maura

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  4. looooooooooooove that gorgeously artful tag! <3

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  5. Bold bright and beautiful Chris. Love the crinkled ribbon, colourful background on your tag and that embossing in red is so lovely. LOVE your gold cut die - really making your card with a tag POP! So lovely to see you playing at CUTplorations my friend. Thanks for sharing with us.

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  6. I'm loving that blue - reminds me of a winter sky! Thanks so much for joining with us this month at CUTplorations!

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  7. Wonderful card! You used one of my favorite word dies, too! Thanks so much for playing with us in this month's CUTplorations challenge!

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  8. Awesome tag card! Love the texture in the background and the gold on the die cut. Together it all rocks!

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  9. Ohhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh fab job sistah!!
    Love your tag on card!!

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  10. Love the entire card here (the colors play so well!) But your tag definitely steals the show... I just love it with those pine boughs floating through! Awesome!

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  11. Ohh!! love the rich, textured, red colors on the card and the subtle blue on your tag, love the sweet pine leaves and the fabulous gold sentiment.
    Wonderful tag/card my dear.
    Hugs,
    Maria.

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  12. Oh my! The red embossed background is absolutely perfect for your gorgeous blue, pines and gold sentiment tag! Talk about festive and eye-catching! So delighted to see your creativity in the CUTplorations gallery! Happy New Year!!
    ~carol

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  13. Christ, thar is a fantastic winter tag! Love tha background color and sentiment diecut.
    Thank you for playing along with CUTplorations December Challenge. Hope you can play again with our January Challenge!

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