Monday, December 5, 2011

Day 5 Merry Christmas


 I had many of supplies to use on my Day 5 Christmas Tags except for the heavy transparency Tim used with the alcohol inks; it might have done better than the clear packaging I used.  
I used Christmas ribbon instead of white like Tim used.

Supplies for the Red Tag:
 Supplies:
Craft sheet (Ranger)
Regal Crest dies (Tim Holtz/Sizzix)
Tag & bookplate dies (Tim Holtz/Sizzix)
Season reflections stamps #112 (Stampers Anonymous)
Grid-blocks (Stampers Anonymous)
Alcohol inks (Ranger)
Cranberry,
Red pepper,
Watermelon
Ink applicator tool (Ranger)
Clear heavy transparency (personal stash)
Archival ink; Ranger)
Jet black
Paint dabber; (Ranger)
Lettuce
Distress ink; (Ranger)
Pumice stone
Ink blending tool (Ranger)
Glossy Accents (Ranger)
Glossy cardstock (Ranger)
Grungeboard (Advantus)
Tiny attacher (Advantus)
Sanding grip (Ranger)
Pearl findings (Hobby Lobby)
Ribbon (personal stash)


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 I made this
tag while DH was watching TV this evening using some of the same supplies made
for the red tag above. I used several blue colors of alcohol inks, white dabber paint on the wreath and trimmed it with gold dabber paint.
I used gold metallic craft cord purchased many years ago and seam binding for the tie.
Thanks for Looking and have a lovely day!
Here is Tim's tag for day 5:

 

7 comments:

  1. This is so pretty; you did a really good job. Lucky you, having the items needed. It's a fantastic tag.
    Sharon xx

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  2. Like your wreath, turned out really nice. Great tag. BTW, saw your tag posted on Tim's blog. :)

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  3. Beautiful! It turned out gorgeous!
    Sarah

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  4. Both are fabulous, and I can't believe i'm saying this because I am a devout red lover, but I am head over heals for the blue!!!

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  5. Lovely tags, Judy! I would go for the blue and white. That is such a lovely idea.

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