Today’s Stamp-A-Stack of tags post features a gorgeous colour combination of Poppy Parade, Mint Macaron and Petal Pink, the Rings of Love patterned paper and the Celebrate With Tags bundle.
Have you seen the Sale-A-Bration catalogue from Stampin’ Up?
It’s the only way you can get your hands on the Rings of Love patterned paper! And the papers are gorgeous. I love the colour choices and the images are flexible for all occasions.
I wanted to show you today that using these items you can create tags for all occasions, not just Christmas.
Speaking of Christmas, you’ll find 10+ simple and creative card ideas to inspire your Christmas crafting sessions in the Blog Hop below!
This week I am joining in with the Art With Heart Team’s Heart Of Christmas Blog Hop with Stamp-A-Stack of Tags. Last week’s colour creations blog hop gave a hint that I have been playing around with tags!
What you need
Stamp-A-Stack of Tags Merry Christmas Tag Recipe
- Cut in Basic White, the small tag from the Celebrations Tag dies.
- Cut patterned paper layer 9.5 cm x 5 cm, and snip to form banner.
- Punch in Mint Macaron a label using the Label Me Lovely punch. Cut in half.
- Die cut in Petal Pink a banner from the Stylish Shapes dies and cut in half.
- Using the Scallop circle dies cut one in gold and the corresponding circle in Basic White.
- Cut the snowflake in Basic White using the die in the Celebrations Tag dies.
- Stamp Merry Christmas in Poppy Parade onto the Basic White die cut circle.
- Adhere to the gold scallop.
- Adhere the Petal Pink banner behind the scallop, centred and even.
- Adhere the Mint Macaron Label Me Lovely label halves, centred and evenly.
- Adhere the patterned paper to the tag base.
- Adhere the sentiment to the patterned paper.
- Adhere the snowflake to the top left of the sentiment and place a fine sparkle blue gem to the centre of the snowflake and 2 more around the sentiment.
- Cut a 20 cm piece of white seam binding ribbon and colour with a Mint Macaron marker.
- Cut a 15 cm piece of white twine and tie around the seam binding. Knot and then tie a bow.
Thank you for stopping by today. I am excited to explore ways you can save time and organise your card making supplies so that busy card makers like you can make more cards, more often. That’s what it means to be ‘eager to stamp’!
Next on our Heart Of Christmas Blog Hop is the very talented Theresa Gerrard. Click on the link below.
If the next button link is not working or you’d like to see the entire list of participants go to Sharon Davern’s blog.