Saturday, 18 February 2012

Two Tags pouches


I cannot stress this enough: the Two Tags die is wonderfully versatile and you will use it loads and loads. Here I have die-cut two of the larger dies, folded them at the readymade score line and then trimmed about 1cm from that. I’ve attached the two trimmed tags together to create a little pouch, punched a hole at the top and tied it together with some linen thread.  Very cute and just the right size to hold the latest batch of keyrings for my team members who have promoted to Bronze 2.

One of these has gone off to Pauline, and the other is waiting for our next team meeting to be given to Judie as I much prefer to present these in person where possible.

The pouches are decorated with some SAB goodies; the words come from the Sprinkled Expressions stamp set and the paper from the Everyday Enchantment Designer Series Paper pack.

Love that glimmer paper on the back one – it’s red but it goes with every red I’ve tried it with so far: Real Red, Cherry Cobbler and Poppy Parade.

Anyway, congratulations to both ladies – and I hope you like your keyrings and plan to fill them with beads. Just to explain, I give each of my team a keyring with one bead when they promote to Bronze 2. I award additional beads for further promotions and for attending Stampin’ Up!® events such as training sessions.  For Convention we all had a special charm instead: the Eiffel Tower.

Stamps: Sprinkled Expressions (SAB)
Cardstock: Very Vanilla, Soft Suede
Paper: Everyday Enchantment (SAB), Glimmer Paper
Ink: Lucky Limeade
Accessories: Oval Punch, Scallop Oval Punch, Big Shot, Two Tags Die, Designer Buttons – Neutrals, Regals, Linen Thread, Fine Galaxy Glitter (retired – but other colours are still available)

All products by Stampin’ Up!®

2 comments:

  1. Yes the Two Tags die is great - lovely job and congrats to Pauline and Judie!

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  2. What a good idea, I can imagine lots of uses for this one. Thanks Helen

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