It’s another day of 25 Days of Christmas Tags
fun! Today, Paper Smooches is the sponsor! And I’m geeked to share a few tags I made in honor of the fun.
Give it up for Tag No. 1.
I created the base of this tag by cutting a tag base from with the To From Tag Dies and then flicking a teeny tiny amount watercolor paint on it. And, no, I didn’t use watercolor cardstock. I used plain old heavy cardstock. Since it was such a little amount of paint (and thick cardstock), there was no warping.
The stamps are from the Merry Motifs
and Santa Paws
sets from Paper Smooches. It’s a wee bit hard to tell but I colored in Rudolph’s nose with a red marker and then added a layer of Glossy Accents right on top of it.
Here’s Tag No. 2.
Once again, I used the tag dies to cut the tag base and then added little patterned paper on top. I stamped Santa (from Santa Paws
) and then cut him down to fit on my tag. Just for fun, I added a teeny tiny pompom to his hat.
And, finally, here’s Tag No. 3.
This one is the tag I created last. I had stamped several images from Merry Motifs
, including this bulbs. I had them sitting on my desk and thought, “Well, those sure would be cute on a tag.” And, so, that’s what I did. I made this tag with them. 😉 To make them “pop” off the tag, I secured them onto it with a couple 3D Foam Circles from Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L. I always love adding a little pop with their 3D Foam products.
The sentiment? It, too, is from the Merry Motifs stamp set.
Ok. That’s all the tags I have in me for today. I’ll be back later with a few more… because tags are just so much fun and such a good creative way to play. Anyone else out there feel the same way? High 5. A big old high 5 to you.
Oh, and be sure to stop by Tracey’s blog
today to see all the Christmas tags (today, yesterday and so many days in a row… wink!) … and to learn more about this fun event. You’ll also want to check out this post
to see the awesome link up to all the cool tags that were inspired by this year’s event. Good job, everyone!
PS… there are PRIZES to be won… so you really, really, really should check out Tracey’s blog! (wink!)