Monday, December 16, 2013

12 Tags of Christmas with a Feminine Twist 2013 Challenge (Post 2 of 6)

For my second tag inspired by the 12 Tags of Christmas with a Feminine Twist from Ellen Hutson's CLASSroom, I drew my inspiration from Kittie Caracciolo and her blue and white tag.  

From her tag, I took the colour scheme and her wooded background. Rather than create my own, I used some treed patterned paper. My reindeer doesn't quite match the elegance of her sledder, but he is wearing a fine sweater, I think. Although hard to tell in the photo, he's standing on some very glittery snow. (I'm calling him a he; hope that's okay for a feminine tag challenge.) 
On to the third tag! 

Supplies: white & glitter white cardstock, Echo Park Winter Wishes patterned paper, Hero Arts Merry Reindeer & Holiday Conversation stamps, Colorbox espresso & Memento Paris dusk inks, clear & Wow white embossing powders, distress markers, EK Success 1" circle punch, May Arts navy jute twine

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Jessi Fogan said...

I love his Christmas sweater! And what girl doesn't love seeing a good-looking guy in a Christmas sweater? Feminine it is!

Anonymous said...

These colours are so pretty. I think I have to go and create a brown and blue card. Very sweet images and layout.

Kittie said...

The sweater just tickles my soul. this is precious.

Barbara Murphy said...

Absolutely perfect! I love a reindeer in a sweater! This is one of my fave Hero Arts stamps...I have to remember to get it out for Christmas next year!

Emily Leiphart said...

This is SO cute, Linds! I love all the blues!