Thanksgiving is only a month away and that means Christmas isn't far behind. Now is the time to start thinking about all of your holiday crafting.
I always am thrilled when I come up with an idea that can be easily reproduced in a variety of ways. This blueprint with a tag on a plain card base can be made in any number of ways. I made a similar card featured on this blog posting.
My tag cards use two new products just released by Memory Box. The winter large snowflakes stencil and the die- let it snow clouds.
So how did I make these cards you ask? I free cut a tag shape and sponged MenentoLUXE inks on to the tag with the snowflake stencil. I used summer sky, angel pink, pear tart and toffee crunch. Next I tried something everyone has been doing but I have been late to the party on this technique. I placed the stencil over the tag so the snowflakes are covering open spots and using the shimmer creative medium from Imagine Crafts.
I spread the medium through the stencil with a palette knife and carefully removed the stencil. while the medium was still wet I sprinkled glitter on the tag. While the tag was drying I die cut the let it snow die and just used the words.
When the tag was dry, I attached the "let it snow" sentiment. Lastly, I adhered it to my base card with foam tape and added matching ribbons and some of the ever popular sequins. Why you ask? Because you can never have enough sparkle!
Here is another view, so you can appreciate the glittery snowflakes on this fun card.
I am entering these cards in two challenges featuring tags. First the word at Addicted to CAS is "tags".
Tag You're It! where these tags were the inspiration.
I hope you like these clean and simple tag cards. Let me know how you would interpret this blueprint.