Friday, November 24, 2017

25 Days of Christmas Tags: Day 24


Can you believe it? Day 24 of Tracey McNeely's 25 Days of Christmas Tags event! Today Right at Home joins Tracey on her blog as guest and sponsor. 


Again, nothing festive in my collection. This one took some ingenuity! 😉


Two stamps from Abstract Florals turned into a whimsical Christmas tree. To me, it didn't suit a lot of bling, so the ornaments are Liquid Pearls, rather than something glittery. Pro tip: last time I'd tried to make ornaments, my pearls burped right near the end and ruined everything, so this time I used a stencil. Worked like a charm. I even found a woodgrain star sequin for the top of the tree. 
Beautiful inspiration as always on Tracey's blog today, so be sure to visit! 

Supplies: white cardstock, Right at Home Abstract Florals & Simple Sentiments stamps, Altenew olive, espresso & ruby red inks, MFT tall tags duo die, Simon Says Stamp falling snow stencil, ruby red Liquid Pearls, Studio Calico woodgrain star sequin, May Arts ribbon & jute twine 

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18 comments:

Isabel Z said...

Love what you created!

Kristie Goulet said...

Super cute! Very creative!!!

Sandy said...

Great job repurposing items to create a holiday scene. Thanks for tip on using the stencil -- I have that globby problem with liquid pearls.

Kimberly Merritt said...

Love this bookmark tag! You creativity with the non holiday stamps is amazing! Thanks for sharing.

Teresa Doyle said...

Lindsey, this is whimsical and adorable. I love it. Just goes to show what we can do when we need to improvise. Very well done!

Right at Home said...

Lindsey -- this is amazing! So, so creative and inspiring! I'm going to make a card using Abstract Florals to make a tree like yours...genius! Thanks so much for sharing!

Dotty Jo x said...

Another beautiful tag, Jo x

Karen Letchworth said...

I really like your tall Christmas tree, Lindsey. Another darling tag, and I can't thank you enough for sharing your talents. Many blessings to you!
Karen Letchworth

Mitsyana Wright said...

Classic Clean and Simple!! Love this tag!!

Beverly S. said...

I like the shape of your pretty tree tag! It is unusual. :)

Iris said...

Super cute tree.

Danielle Vincent said...

Oh well nice job on this for not having much for Christmas. I love the long skinny design of it!

Mary Holshouser said...

Tags don't have to be overwhelming
with fussy decorations. Love the
simple tree.
thanks for sharing.

Sue LD said...

Cute tag. I like how you made the tree.

Sue Washburne said...

So cute an creative! Love the thought of making a bookmark shaped tag.

Nancy R. said...

Very clever and cute! Love that you used an everyday stamp to create that little tree. Well done!

Marjorie DUMONTIER said...

That's a lovely tag ! I love the unique design of that tree.
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Yahaira Lizeth Valdivia Zegarra said...

Beautiful tag, it makes me inspire