We've hit double digits in Tracey McNeeley's 25 Days of Christmas Tags! Today we have Winnie & Walter in the spotlight.
Winnie & Walter has a wide variety of stamps, dies and stencils, so I decided to make two very different tags to show off the versatility. Here's my first:
Look, it's my one shaker tag of the year! 😝 Even though I don't like making them, I thought this Merry die would be perfect for a fun shaker tag. It was even probably the easiest one I've made. The sequins don't show up as much as I'd hoped with the patterned paper I picked, so here's a closer look:
For my second tag, I went the more elegant route:
I stamped and embossed the poinsettia on vellum, then used Copics to colour on the reverse side. I didn't really want to use a big sentiment with this, but found this bit of flair with "Merry Christmas" and the right colours. The washi coordinated too!
Be sure to visit Tracey's blog to see all the wonderful inspiration on offer from the Winnie and Walter design team! Why not make some tags and join us!
Supplies: (merry) white & Stampin' Up real red cardstock, Lawn Fawn patterned paper, acetate Winnie & Walter In a Word: Merry die, Little Things from Lucy's Cards sequins, Troll Christmas star punch, May Arts ribbon, fun foam; (poinsettia) white cardstock, gold pearl paper, vellum, Winnie & Walter In Bloom: Elsa's Flora stamp, Versamark, Stampendous moonstone embossing powder, Copic markers, Winnie & Walter Katharine Cutaway tag die, My Mind's Eye All is Bright flair, Recollections washi tape, scrap ribbon
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