Hi, again! While my old Tim Holtz Christmas paper stash was out, I decided to have another go with my Snowflake Impresslit, this time with Metallic Kraft Stock. I believe this is Champagne. With such a timely challenge over at The Funkie Junkie Boutique blog--Tag It, I had to play along. I was tickled pink to be asked to be their Guest Designer this week, where I've made a trio of some easy peasey tags.
The paper stash is cut with two of the largest Stacked Tags. The smaller one is heat embossed with a Sketch Greenery sentiment and Liquid Platinum powder. I think that is one of the prettiest embossing powders ever, and it never fails to take my breath away when the light catches it. That gorgeous snowflake is adhered to a Stitched Circles die cut, and I tucked in some Festive Bouquet foliage cut from inky scraps.
I needed some itty bitty tags for some really small gift bags, so I played around with green alcohol inks on a metallic kraft stock scrap and used Alcohol Ink Lift ink along with a couple of the Sketch Greenery stamps to make a festive pattern. I used Gift Tags dies to cut tags from the panel, and added drops of Stickles and Alcohol Pearls for the berries. I cut little flag tags after heat embossing Festive Greenery sentiments. edging them with Shabby Shutters ink. Tie them up with a wee jingle bell and baker's twine, and you're ready to wrap!
That's all for me! Happy to play along in the Tag It challenge at The Funkie Junkie Boutique blog. Won't you play along, too?
I'd also like to play along at Simon Says Stamp Wednesday for their Anything Goes challenge and Country View's November Challenge: Christmas Gifting . My apologies to both of these challenge blogs for not including my links on my previous entry; I have updated my post.