Noel Tag

Dec 9, 2010

Today, I decid­ed to cre­ate a tag using some of my favorite things. It’s fun gath­er­ing sup­plies when all the while you have no clue what it is you’re going to cre­ate. I gath­ered and gath­ered (Vin­tage Images, Cream Felt, Maya Road Chip­board Snowflakes, Fine Sil­ver Ger­man Glass Glit­ter, Sisal Trees a.k.a. bot­tle brush trees, Self Adhe­sive Pearls, Mica, Dia­mond & Plat­inum Stick­les, Tiny Alphas and Fiskars Punch­es) until my work area was filled with inspir­ing prod­ucts. In the end this is what I cre­at­ed. It will be a gift tag for some­one’s gift this Christ­mas.

The Fiskars Extra Large Postage Stamp Squeeze Punch is a great punch. I real­ly like the size the punched image cre­ates and if you out­line the images with Plat­inum Stick­les and accent them with Dia­mond Stick­les it makes them even bet­ter. I am in love with all the Vin­tage Images Lau­ra has in her etsy store and have been punch­ing and cut­ting lots of them for tags and cards. I’m sure you have fig­ured out that I have a seri­ous thing for snowflakes and these by Maya Road look awe­some cov­ered with Fine Sil­ver Ger­man Glass Glit­ter. I pre-ink them using a Maya Road Metal­lic Inkpad in Sil­ver.

Minia­ture Sisal Trees or Bot­tle Brush Trees are one of my very favorite hol­i­day items to cre­ate with and adding Old Fash­ioned Mica Snowflakes to them makes me real­ly hap­py. There is noth­ing like a lit­tle Mica to fin­ish off a project. And the Tiny Alphas by Mak­ing Mem­o­ries are pre­fect to use on a mini ban­ner. I love all the dif­fer­ent fonts they pro­vide.

You too should grab some of your favorite sup­plies and start cre­at­ing. It’s fun see­ing what you cre­ate in the end.

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