January 01, 2020
In previous years, my twelfth Christmas tag usually had a serious/religious theme (see here, here or here) but since I'm a little behind and it's already the New Year my last tag in this series is a spin on this holiday instead.
Every year we get another chance to do things differently and I'm full of ideas on how to change things up. The list is long and I know some goals won't be met so I'll focus on the important ones like more patience and more kindness. More sleep wouldn't hurt either 😏.
Happy New Year everyone--let's make it a great one!
Labels: 12 Tags for Christmas
December 27, 2019
I've used a die-cut for this year's Tag #11 called Dancing Snowflake by Poppy Stamps.
I covered it with dimensional paint and glitter (Scribbles and Nuvo Glitter Drops) and, while it's hard to see, I put Glossy Accents inside areas of the snowflakes.
It sure seems like this was the year for using everything in my craft space that comes in a little squeeze bottle with a teeny-tiny spout!
The text is a Remnant Rub and the background paper was made by Martha Stewart and featured ombré colors (both products purchased long-ago).
December 25, 2019
Wishing all of you peace, love and joy this Christmas!
Tag 10 for Christmas 2019 is book paper covered with tissue, pasted with die-cut pieces and tinted/embellished with ink, paint and glitter.
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The black and red tinting was created using ink pens and a waterbrush. I draw the ink lines and before they dry, I use the brush to spread/blur the color.
The die-cut pieces (Tim Holtz Poinsettia) came from Thelma's Christmas card.
The best feature here is the area inside the poinsettia where I applied Rock Candy Distress Stickles. Remember this stuff? It's a product that's been discontinued and one I wish they'd bring back!