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Thursday, November 14, 2013

Christmas Tag

Hello peeps! Today I am continuing the saga of making Christmas tags from last year's images.
I had this digi colored, cut and ready to go, but she went into the left-over envy instead.  I received her in an image swap, so I'm not sure who the creator is.  She is mounted on a piece of designer paper that I had stamped different Christmas sentiments in red.  The designer paper was a bit lighter green than I needed so there was some darker green added around the edges.  I was digging  exploring a drawer of odds and ends and came across this Anna Griffin frame that I thought fit the image nicely.  I added some dark green bling to the edges of the frame and then mounted it on a red designer paper tag.  The ornament at the bottom is really a dark green glittery color, but doesn't show in the photo.
This tag is laying on an other piece of the designer paper that I have been using from the K and Company Designer Paper pack I have been using.  Can't say enough about this paper pack, LOVE it and need to remember just where I bought it (that's the hard part LOL) I really do want to get an other pack of it. 
So this is my share for today, do hope you are having a great creative play day.
I love to hear your comments, so if you have dropped by please let me know, I'll return the visit.
Inky Hugs
Krisha

5 comments:

  1. The ribbon bow at the top looks so silky, adds a bit of elegance I think. Like it lots.

    Darla

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  2. I think that's a Tilda stamp. I used to see TONS of them on WOYWW. Not so many anymore. But I sure like how you classed her up!

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  3. Sweet Christmas tag! Love that little image and her canine companion! Happy Weekend!

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  4. What a super idea - love your tag. :o)
    Sue x

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  5. Love that texty background behind her, and what a great idea to make use of old images for this year's cards. Love the oval frame too... great make. And thank you so much for your lovely comment!
    Alison xx

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