Sunday, 19 March 2017

Everything You Need

Hello.  Welcome.  Been meaning to join the De-Egel challenge of food and drink.  Thought I'd missed it but it seems the linky still has an hour or so to run so I made a tag inspired by Andreea's card.  

I went green, cos that seems to be the colour of the month.  The tags were cut using Stamplorations Luggage Tag dies.  The large one is yellow card, generously smeared with Mowed Lawn distress ink.  The smaller one was cut using the medium and small dies from paper I had coloured with green and blue Brusho's, then smeared with Cracked Pistachio.  The coffee cup and sentiment are from Unity A Summer Story kit.  I stamped and fussy cut the cup and coloured with red Promarker and Cracked Pistachio.  I stamped the sentiment using Iced Spruce and then repeatedly stamped it with Cracked Pistachio all over the tag.  The tone on tone gives a nice texture effect.  Green bobbly wool and I'm off to see a hedgehog in Holland LOL.  

Thanks for dropping by.  Hugz

Joining the fun at
De-Egel Challenge 29 - Essen und/oder Trinken
Caseing the DT Link Up Party 11
Dare 2 B Artzy Challenge - Lots of Layers
CAS-ual Fridays Challenge 169 - Off The Edge
Cut It Up Challenge 117 - Think Green
Power and Spark Challenge - Let's Go Green
Simon Says Stamp Work it Wednesday - Green



  1. Super that you join our March 29 Bingo Challenge !
    Thanks for your participation and good luck.

    {Challengeblog De Egel}
    {Hobbywinkel De Egel}

  2. Great tag, and that drink is calling my name. I like all the layers and greens you used!

    Thanks for joining us for our Think Green challenge at Cut it Up!


  3. Oooh, love the shape of the tags-so fun. Thanks for joining our Cut it Up Challenge.


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