Tuesday, November 27, 2018

Christmas Tags, the Aftermath... and a Card!

While there are still a few more days to comment or make tags, for me Tracey's 25 Days of Christmas Tags is essentially done. But I thought it would be fun to show just what almost a month of tag-making looks like... 

I think I have more than enough tags for the upcoming season. 😂 
Without tags, I had time to get back to Christmas card making! Jingle Belles' current challenge, "Bring Us Some Figgy Pudding", wants to see festive food on our projects. In stamp form, not sloppy eating. Here's mine: 

That may even be a figgy pudding in my grouping of traditional holiday treats! It's some kind of traditional Christmas pudding, at any rate. There's also Christmas cake (I'm a fan, although I don't need the marzipan icing) and a yule log. I made mine chocolate. All treats are coloured with Copic markers for Kathy Racoosin's The Daily Marker 30 Day colouring challenge. I'm also going to add this to Happy Little Stampers Anything Goes with Dies challenge. 


Supplies: Neenah white & Recollections dark red cardstock, Pink and Main Sweet Christmas stamps & dies, Versafine onyx black & Colorbox Kismet inks, Ranger clear & Hero Arts sparkle embossing powder, Copic markers, MFT stitched rounded rectangle die, Gelly Roll white gel pen, foam tape

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SmilynStef said...

Yule log for me please ... I pretty much love anything with a frosty filling ... so very glad you shared your Christmas goodies with us at Jingle Belles.

Barbara Godden said...

I call dibs on the Christmas cake!!! Super cute card, and quite a pile of tags.

lauren bergold said...

oh such cool tags! of course i'm bound to say the luscious card is my favorite, right? and YES, i think that is afiggy pudding, so massive bonus points for that. but then this is a showstopper of a CAS card by anybody's reckoning! yowza! thanks for helping us celebrate festive feasting at JINGLE BELLES! ♥♥♥

Dotty Jo said...

Yummy, scummy! Looks great, lovely placements of the goodies, Jo x