Friday, 4 November 2016

Tick Tack Tag

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Hello.  Welcome.  It seems like tag fever is hitting blogland.  And Christmas.  So Christmas tag it is.......

I was inspired by Jennifer's tag (day 3).  I used some corrugated packaging for my tag base.  I cut with Sizzix Tags 2 die and dry brushed some white gesso.  The joy is a sizzix die cut from pink card and covered with irridescent glitter glue.  The tree is a Hero Arts stamp (Sizzix/Hero Arts Snowman 1), stamped on green card and die cut with the matching die.  I added some pink enamel dots.  

Thanks for dropping by.  Hugz

Joining the fun at
25 Days of Christmas Tags 
Stamplorations - Holiday Tagplorations Linky Party 
Always Use Rubber Challenge 2 - Winter and/or Spring
A Blog Named Hero Challenge - Holiday Themed 
Dies R Us Challenge 60 - Thankful for Nature 


  1. This is a very nice tag with joyful colors. Thanks for the inspiration! For some ridiculous reason I joined a Christmas tag swap.

  2. Lovely tag! Great way to upcycle the corrugated cardboard. Thanks for joining the Dies R Us, "Thankful" Challenge.

  3. Oh what a sweet, sweet tag this is!!

  4. Cute tag! Thanks so much for playing in our ‘Thankful for Nature’ challenge at Dies R Us! Please come back again soon!

    Darlene (DRU Blog Leader)
    DAR’S CRAFTY CREATIONS Please come for a visit.

  5. Oh wow such a pretty tag!! I just love the pop of pink color in your design here and such a cute little tree too! :)

  6. Hi Gail! What a cool idea to use corrugated packaging as a cardbase! Your tag is lovely!Hugs!

  7. Super cute tag! And I love the pink and green!

  8. Love your bright and cheerful tree! Very cute!
    Take care!


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