Thursday, 20 September 2012

Simple tag Christmas card



Got your Autumn/Winter catalogue? Turn to page 12 and check out the Snow Festival Designer Printed Tags. They’re really cute (really cheap, too!) and so much more than tags.

As tags, they’re really useful – and I’m sure they’ll be popular with those guests at Stampin’ Up!® parties who just don’t “get it” (yes, it happens sometimes!). But for those of us who really do “get it”, they’re actually quite versatile.

One has been used in the catalogue to dress up a mug as a gift and here I’ve used one for a really quick and simple card. All I’ve done to the tag is stamp a greeting (from Polar Party) and add a touch of Crystal Effects® to highlight the bauble. Then, treating it as a stamped image, I’ve layered it onto a card as normal.

Check back tomorrow for another simple use of these great tags!

Stamps: Polar Party
Cardstock: Baja Breeze, Soft Suede, Lucky Limeade, Cherry Cobbler
Paper: Snow Festival
Ink: Lucky Limeade
Accessories: Big Shot, Polka Dots embossing folder, dotted scallop ribbon border punch, Crystal Effects®, Snow Festival Designer Printed Tags

All products by Stampin’ Up!®

1 comment:

  1. Really nice card, like the tag. Honestly wouldn't have looked at these before but with a little extra on them they look really good. PS: Can't wait for my first VHC order

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