One Tag Three Ways!

By | 11/20/2012

Have you seen the Two Tags Bigz Die? 

It makes amazing tags!  I’ve only played with one shape.  You actually get two shapes of tags from this Bigz Die.  I have at least 10 completely different tags created using this die cut in just one evening.  Once I got started, I just couldn’t stop.  I chose 3 tags to share with you today.  To be honest, I can’t wait to have time to make more!

One Tag 3 Ways!

The first tag was made with a mitten Spellbinders framelit.  The mitten builder punch from the Holiday Mini would be perfect here.  This was stamped on Garden Green and Real Red.  You can see that once I cut out the mittens on my Big Shot, I embossed them in the Square Lattice Folder and then used the Dazzling Details Glitter Adhesive for some sparkle.  I used the little snowflake from the Polar Party in Garden Green and the snowflake stamp from Mixed Medley.  I used Real Red ribbon and Cherry Cobbler baker’s twine to finish it off.

The center tag was made on Very Vanilla and I used the Polar Party stamped in Basic Black and Bashful Blue.  I added a little color with my Stampin’ Write Markers, some Real Red Ribbon and rhinestones to finish it off.

The last tag is a “hybrid” tag.  I used Real Red paper for the tag, Garden Green for the wreath which was made using my 1 3/4 scallop circle punch and the 1 3/8 scallop circle punch topped off with some brown taffeta ribbon and a more mustard brad.  The sentiment and the gingerbread man were made using the My Digital Studio software and printed on Very Vanilla card stock.  I cut them out and attached them to the tag.  I loved being able to use images, color them on the computer and add them to my tag!  You don’t have to own every stamp!

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Thank you for visiting!

Happy stamping!


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