Saturday, 8 February 2014

Birthday Tag

Hello.  Welcome.   Midnight crafting yee haa.  A tag, using Die-namites dare sketch, girly colours and a lovely metal heart from Korthobby.  

My tag is made from MME Penny Lane and 29th Street Market papers cut with Sizzix Vintage Cabinet and Mini Vintage Cabinet dies.   I used Die-namites Spring Branch and Wide Vase dies and paper pieced pink patterned papers and pink glitter card.  I've just used the flower part of the wide vase die.  I used a pink ribbon behind the Spring Branch die and the greeting is purchased as seen.  The lovely metal heart is from Korthobby attached to some funky fibers.  

My tag joining the fun at
Die-namites Sketch Challenge Dare February
Diva's That Cut Paper February Challenge - Girls Night Out
Korthobby Utfordring Februar - Tags
Hjerteboden Utfordring 2 - Til Noen Du Er Glad I 

Thanks for your visit and all your kind comments.  Hugs


  1. Hi Gail,
    your TAG is beautiful! The Die's you've used looking great on your creation, great colors.
    Thank you so much for joining our Die~Namites Challenge this time. Hope to see you again next month. Good Luck!

    Have a nice Weekend

    Dunja x
    Die~Namites Dies DT Member

  2. I love your funky fibers! LOL. Cute tag.

    So glad you joined us at Die Cut Divas.

  3. awesome tag. thanks for joining us at Die Cut Divas this month.

  4. Love the colors! Thanks for playing along with the DCD.

  5. Beautiful tag! Thanks for joining our challange at Korthobby this mounth!

  6. Nydelig kort! Takk for at du deltar i utfordringen vår hos Hjerteboden.
    Klem, Bente

  7. Cute tag. Thanks for playing along with us at Hjerteboden. Hug, Janne

  8. Gail.....what a GREAT TAKE on Die~Namites Dies Sketch and Dare this month!!!! What a GREAT IDEA to cut the flower from the Wide Vase Die!

    Thanks for participating in this month Die~Namites Dies Sketch and Dare!

  9. Beautiful tag - love your use of the sketch! Good luck!


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