Monday, December 16, 2013

12 Tags of Christmas with a Feminine Twist 2013 Challenge (Post 5 of 6)

My fifth tag for Ellen Hutson's 12 Tags of Christmas with a Feminine Twist may have been the easiest for me to CASE (copy and share everything). Teri Anderson has a fun, clean style that my own tendency toward card-making can relate to. ;)

My tag is, of course, still simpler to make than hers. Whereas she cut out the centre of her tag and backed it with vellum, I simply layered my music embossed cardstock on top of this bright red tag I found at a stamping store. I stamped and die cut the J and Y of joy, and die cut the bell from silver paper and backed it with red. I am ridiculously proud of how well the twine bow is tied. :D The cloth snowflake is spritzed with glimmer mist.
Next up, my final inspired tag! 

Supplies: white & Recollections silver cardstock, red tag, Lil' Inkers Jingle Joy stamps, Memories passion red ink, Zing clear embossing powder, Sizzix music embossing folder, Studio Calico Mistables cloth snowflake sticker, Tattered Angels Santa Baby glimmer mist, red Divine Twine, paper raffia, dimensional

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Jessi Fogan said...

You SHOULD be ridiculously proud! That bow is perfect!! I love the perfectly jaunty red raffia too!

Terri E. said...

I really liked this beauty! Just the right touches.

Barbara Murphy said...

yup! you SHOULD be proud! lovely design!

Emily Leiphart said...

Love the combination of the musical embossing and die cuts!