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Monday, November 14, 2011

Christmas Tags

I'm participating in a Christmas/Winter Tag Swap, and these are the tags that I made. I tried to use up some paper scraps and add embellishments to make the tags extra special.

On this blue Santa, I used Tim Holtz paper, snowflake paper scrap, tinsel trim, and a few other embellishments.

On Oh Christmas Tree, I used more Tim Holtz paper and a scrap of sheet music. I added a grunge board tree that I decorated by painting with Distress Ink, Crackle Accents, Stickles, Liquid Pearls, and snow.

This one is called "don't get on the naughty list." I used Tim Holtz paper, a vintage image, vintage Christmas label, and tinsel trim.

This one turned out to be a favorite. I used more paper scraps and decorated a grungeboard ornament with paint, Crackle Paint, ink, and Stickles. I made a branch to hang the ornament by snipping a piece of greenery and embellishing with tiny pinecones, berries, and tinsel.

For this tag, I used Rock Candy Stickles to create the icicles at the top. I stained a vintage image by dragging it into ink that I smeared onto my craft mat and then sprayed with water - creating a very wet ink. I painted a grunge board ivy branch with Distress Ink and then added Crackle Accents on top. A little piece of tinsel gives it just the right sparkle.

Lastly, I used more paper scraps to create a snowflake tag. I love the bold blue with the shiny white. I covered a grunge board snowflake with white Enamel Accents. I added rhinestones randomly on the tag (for "snowflakes"), and then typed a title on my old typewriter.

I can't wait to see what the other ladies made!

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Blogger Audrey Pettit said...

What beautiful tags!! Love all the vintage print papers you've used and the lovely vintage images, too. Also really love the music print paper. That photo of the little girl with Santa just makes me laugh! Really cute!

November 14, 2011 at 7:58 AM  

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