Saturday, August 29, 2015

Tags So Much - Part One

Today's cards (and tags) all use the Stampin' Up! set called "Tags So Much." It consists of six tag stamps. These four are actually tag-shaped. The cards I'll share tomorrow are not. I'm really tired of using tag stamps! With the cards for tomorrow, I'm done with tags - at least for a while. I'll be moving on to my next stack. That means I'm about half done. At this rate, I should be done about next October.

I stamped this spider stamp onto orange cardstock and cut it out with the coordinating SU! punch. I colored the spider with a medium gray Copic marker. I colored the border with orange. I added Diamond Glaze to the eyes. (I should have colored them white first, though.) I matted with black and mounted on foam squares. The patterned paper is from Recollections. I matted that with orange and then black. The sentiment is from Repeat Impressions.
I'm not sure what this card could be used for, but it is "sew sweet." :) I paper-pieced the flower and added an enamel dot to the center. I matted with the same paper as the flower and mounted on foam squares. The bottom layer was cut with a die at our Group Gathering in June.

And here are two more tags that have not yet been made into cards. I inked the valentine one with pale pink ink and and colored the words with a red marker. I matted with red and added a red mini brad.

For the Christmas one, I colored with markers and matted with red.



Thanks so much for stopping by, and I hope you'll come back and visit again soon!

2 comments:

Debra Stang said...

I love your "Sew Sweet" card. You could send it as a thank you card to a quilter or seamstress. You could also send it as a baby card with a baby sentiment inside. You are so creative....you will come up with a great use! Thanks for sharing your tags!

Leslie Miller said...

That's cute how you used the stitched rectangle for your Sew Sweet tag! The soft amethyst with the white is very fresh and pretty, too. I never had this set. Gosh, you're sure set for tags, aren't you?