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Hombre Christmas Tag Card August 16, 2014

Posted by Danielle in Crafts.
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Here’s a creation that combines a technique from the Stretch Your Stamps 2 class as well as the image from the DigiStamps4Joy progressive challenge.

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For this project, I started with the two tags.  I stamped them with VersaMark ink and then used Ranger’s Super Fine Detail Embossing Powder on it.  It did a fantastic job on the tiny text – I honestly wasn’t sure how it would turn out, but it worked.  The Merry Christmas tags are a stamp from My Sentiments Exactly.  I used Fired Brick, Festive Berries, Worn Lipstick, Shabby Shutters, Peeled Paint, and Bundled Sage Distress Inks to create the different layers of color on the tags.  The digital image is colored using Prismacolor colored pencils and Gamsol for blending.  The card base is Bazzill cardstock that I debossed using a snowflake embossing folder.  I used the ink blending tool to add some Weathered Wood Distress Ink around the edges of the card because the stark white was too bright.

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1. Karen Stark - August 16, 2014

Love, love the embossing….not really ready to think of winter things yet tho….lol (seems like we just go rid of last winter! ha!)

2. Judy Garrelts - August 16, 2014

What a wonderful way to use tags!!!! I love the embossed background! Whom am I kidding, I love it all!!!!!!
Thanks for sharing,
Judy

3. Desire Fourie - August 19, 2014

Danielle this is just so creative and gorgeous. Love the paring of the image with the word tags. Thank you for taking the time to use this month’s free Christmas image. You have automatically qualified to receive next month’s Christmas image for free, which will be emailed to you at the beginning of September.
Hugs
Desíre
{Digistamps4Joy Christmas Challenge Co-ordinator}
{Doing Life – my personal blog}

4. Ruth - August 30, 2014

I love the embossing and use of the tags! Also I like the colors used on your Santa’s Helper


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