Friday, December 16, 2011

SNSCD33 - Tag! You're It!

This week's challenge at the Sweet 'n Sassy Digi Challenge blog is all about tags!  We'd like to see you make a tag using a digi stamp.  Not too hard, right?  In all the busy-ness of the season, a tag can be just the small little crafty project that helps you keep your sanity AND helps you get some of those items crossed off your to-do list.

Since this month we're Crazy for Cocoa, I chose to use Cocoa's Ornament for my tag. 

Cocoa is colored with copics and the ornament is colored with Prismacolor pencils (red and green) and a AC metallic marker (silver).  I then gave the ornament some shimmer on the white and the bow with a Sakura clear star pen.  Lately it seems like I use that pen on just about everything!  I also dotted the middle and the points of each snowflake with the clear star pen.  It gives the whole tag a bit of shimmer.  Some baker's twine (also available from Sweet 'n Sassy Stamps) finishes off my tag.

Cardstock - Recollections, Georgia Pacific
Patterned Paper - Echo Park (Season's Greetings)
Stamp:  Sweet 'n Sassy (Cocoa's Ornament)
Inks - SU Creamy Caramel, Colorbox Fluid Chalk (Chestnut Roan)
Embellishments/Tools - Sakura pens (clear star & silver star), Copics, Prismacolor pencils, Spellbinders (Deckled Rectangles large & small), The Twinery Baker's Twine (maraschino, honeydew)

I'm entering this tag in the following challenges:
Stamptacular Sunday #142 - Christmas Glitz
Paper Sundae's #99 - Anything Christmas
Craft Your Passion #88 - Tag You're It!
Papertake Weekly - I'm Dreaming of a {favorite color(s)} Christmas - red, green & cream

I hope you'll play along with us this week and don't forget that it is not too late to join the Crazy for Cocoa Blog Hop!  There are prizes to be won!! You have until tomorrow (Dec. 17th) night to link up your card for a chance to win. You can find all the details on the Sweet 'n Sassy blog.

Thanks for stopping by today. I hope you'll come back soon.

1 comment:

Unknown said...

This is such a beautiful tag! Love the deckle panels and the mix of baker's twines!


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