This tag is for my youngest nephew, Trevor. It meets the requirements of this week’s Our Creative Corner Challenge to make a tag. It also meets the requirements of Prairie Fairy Friday Challenge #40 to use buttons and bows. Although, I’m not completely sure of the time cut-off on the Prairie Fairy challenge. And it meets the requirements of the Diecut Dreams Christmas Club Challenge #45 to use a die cut. This time instead of hand-writing the name and year, I ran it through the printer and I have to say, I prefer the more professional look of printed type. I really like how it turned out, even if I wish I had only used the border punch on the potion of the top piece that overlays the image panel.
Like the last tag I shared, I used liquid applique and glitter to give sparkle to the tag. Be prepared, there might be a lot of liquid applique used on my Christmas tags.
Stamps: Stampin’ Up Holiday Tag Team
Cardstock: Stampin’ Up Whisper White, Baja Breeze
Ink: Stazon Jet Black; Dell printer
Embellishments: navy organza ribbon; The Twinery Maraschino twine; Liquid Applique; ultra-fine holographic glitter (on top of Liquid Applique); Stickles Icicle; Papertrey Ink Holiday Mix Vintage Button; eylet
Tools: Nestabilites Labels Four; Martha Stewart Snow Flurry border punch; Stampin’ Up markers; atYou Spica clear marker
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