Tuesday, 11 February 2014

Springtime Hello tag



Well, it’s raining again but we can’t really complain in Derbyshire. I hope everyone reading who lives in a flood-risk area is staying safe. Although, I suppose if you’ve been flooded, the last thing you’ll be doing is blog-hopping...

Have you seen the new Spring/Summer catalogue yet? It’s very lovely and packed with wonderful new products for lots of different styles of crafter. 

As well as the funky, funny and bang-on-trend speech bubbles, there’s this far more traditional stamp set, which I love just as much. Little flowers and a bee, all suitable for colouring in (but not too difficult) are about as far from those cheeky speech bubbles as you can get. See what I mean about there being something to suit different styles? 

I made this cute little tag at a crafting day with some friends. I had limited supplies with me, which really focuses the mind! To create the tag, I simply cut a triangle off a corner of cardstock, flipped the triangle over and used it as a guide to snip off the opposite corner. The image is coloured with markers - if I remember correctly, it’s Crisp Cantaloupe and Wild Wasabi but I could be wrong. 

Don’t forget, if you spend £45 on any products – from the Spring/Summer and annual catalogues, as well as on My Digital Studio downloads – you will qualify for a FREE Sale-a-Bration item. In the SAB brochure, we have stamps, DSP, accessories, MDS downloads and more. Click the banner at the top of the page, or here, for more details. 

Stamps: Springtime Hello
Cardstock: Baked Brown Sugar, Very Vanilla
Ink: Gumball Green plus markers

Accessories: Linen Thread, Ruffled Ribbon - Baked Brown Sugar, Paper Doilies

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