Thursday, 9 October 2014

Quick and easy Christmas tags


CASEing the Catty has moved from the annual catalogue to the holiday catty and the theme for the current challenge is tags. I need to make some tags for Christmas, so I thought this was a good chance to get started. I based my tags on the funny Moose tag on page 28 but used a different stamp set for my tags. I used the White Christmas stamp set and heat embossed the images using white powder. I don't have the angled tag topper punch, so I just cut the corners off the tag and used a die from Chalk Talk to make the hole in the tag. These were super easy and quick to put together and I like the very simple look of them. If needed, these would be very easy to mass-produce. I'm also entering these over at Completely Christmas where the challenge this week is Anything Goes with the twist of Add a Tag.


From page 28 of the Stampin' Up Holiday Catalogue 2014
Card: Stampin' Up Black and Whisper white card
Stamps: Stampin' Up White Christmas
Ink: Tsukineko Versamark, Stampin' Up Real Red
Other: Papermania Seafoam White Embossing Powder, Stampin' Up Chalk Talk dies

7 comments:

Bronwyn Eastley said...

Love your pair of chalkboard cards. Must ink up that set very soon. Thanks for playing along at CTC. PS: I changed the linky and linked your tags to the site.

STASIA SLOMA said...

Love them. Great job love the chalkboard effect. thank you for taking the ctc challenge.

Judith Taylor - Wright said...

Gorgeous hun loving the tags thanks so much for playing along at Completely Christmas this week hugs Judith DT x

STASIA SLOMA said...

Love them. Great job love the chalkboard effect. thank you for taking the ctc challenge.

Sharnee Torrents said...

WOW oh WOW you gotta LOVE the chalk board tech!! I love these tags dear lady, you've done super!! Thanks for joining us at CASE-ing the Catty!
Smiles Sharnee :)

Nikki Sadler said...

Such cute little tags - love the simplicity of the chalkboard technique - will look amazing on a pressie at Christmas time

Alison Barclay said...

So stunning!