Tuesday, November 14, 2017

25 Days of Christmas Tags: Day 14


It's Day 14 of Tracey McNeeley's 25 Days of Christmas Tags! It is time for Concord & 9th's turn in the spotlight today. 


My very first C&9th stamp set is Tree Hugs — out it came for a seasonal spin. 


This is such a fun set as you can make your birch tree as narrow or wide as you like. Since mine are tag-appropriately narrow, my sentiment is on a separate panel, rather than being *carved* into a tree. I don't think that's good for paper birches, anyway. 😉
You'll see tags made with MUCH newer C&9th products by jumping over to Tracey's blog! Comment, make your own tags, and be in the running to win an amazing prize from one of our sponsors! 

Supplies: Strathmore watercolour paper, Concord & 9th Tree Hugs, Versafine onyx black ink, Ranger clear embossing powder, My Favourite Things pierced tag & Sunny Studio Stamps Fishtail Borders 1 dies, Nuvo garnet glimmer paste, Twinery twine 

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15 comments:

Dotty Jo said...

Love it! Jo x

Arianna Barbara said...

Lovely tag!

Unknown said...

So pretty! I hadn't thought of having just the word "love" as a sentiment on a tag. Will be using it now.Thanks ❤❤❤

Beverly S. said...

Good for you and not carving the sentiment on the birch....save a tree! ;)

Cute tag!

Iris said...

Super cute - love the birch trees and the colors you used.

Karen Letchworth said...

I love the birth trees, Lindsey. They remind me of living up North...missing Mom. Another fabulous tag.
Blessings,
Karen Letchworth

Lindsey said...

Love this! I pulled out older products for mine, too! I think that is one of the great thing about C & 9th's products...years later and they are still just as great.

Sue D said...

Love your tree hugs tag.

Isabel Z said...

I love what you created!!!

Teresa Doyle said...

So cute Lindsey.

Mary Holshouser said...

Love the trees on the tag.
fun idea.
thanks for sharing.

Unknown said...

Great tag.

Unknown said...

Beautiful tag

Marjorie DUMONTIER said...

This Is a very original tag !

Nancy R. said...

Very clever use of that older tag!