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Wednesday, November 4, 2015

Stampin' Up Home for Christmas - Christmas Tags

Wow...I wish today wouldn't end with all that beautiful sunshine and warm weather.  It was 73 degrees out again today.  We took advantage of it and got a lot of extra yard work done.  I also sat for 15 minutes in the sun.  Gosh...did that feel good!

On to today's project:

I just adore these little White Tail Deer from Stampin' Up's Home for Christmas Designer Series Paper.  You have to fussy cut them; but, oh so worth the effort.






































Now, just look at the twinkle in the deer's eye.  So sweet!

For the wreath, I used SU's Wondrous Wreath Two-Step Stamp Set.  I actually made it Three-Step as I stamped the one set of leaves in SU Mossy Meadow Ink and the other set of leaves in SU Old Olive Ink and then the berries in SU Cherry Cobbler Ink.  This is such a fun stamp set.

I also stamped the bow, which is included in the SU Wondrous Wreath Stamp Set, in SU Cherry Cobbler Ink.

I used SU's Wonderful Wreath Framelits Dies to die cut the wreath and bow.

The sentiment is from SU's Oh What Fun Stamp Set.  And, Oh What Fun it is.  This stamp set coordinates with SU's Oh What Fun Tag Project Kit.  You can make so many different Christmas tags with this set.

I used SU's 1/4" Handheld Hole Punch to punch a hole in the end of my tag and tied on 8" of SU's Cherry Cobbler Thick Bakers Twine.

Check this guy out just a frolicking through the snow wearing his little jingle bells!  

Again, I used SU's Home for Christmas DSP for the sky, the house and the Whitetail Deer.  I used SU's new Thick Whisper White Card Stock for the base of the tag and for the snow at the bottom half on the tag.

The sentiment is from SU's Jingle All the Way Stamp Set which I stamped in SU's new Basic Black Archival Ink.  Gosh...do I LOVE this new ink.  Clean and Crisp!  

SU's Jingle All the Way Stamp Set coordinates with SU's Sleigh Ride Edgelits.  I used the Sleigh Ride Edgelits to cut the bottom and top halves of both tags.  Then I used the Edgelits to cut the 3 trees from SU Mossy Meadow and Old Olive Card Stocks.

I used a Signo White Gel Pen to put some snow on the trees.

I added SU's Dazzling Details to add some sparkle in the snow on the trees, house and under the Whitetail Deers hooves.

Again, I punched a hole in the end and added 8" of SU's Cherry Cobbler Thick Bakers Twine.

I hope you enjoyed my tags today!  Thanks for stopping by my blog!




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3 comments:

  1. It is impossible to pick which tag I like more......I LOVE 'EM BOTH! You designed two GORGEOUS tags my friend. Wish I had your mad-wild cutting skills. THANKS FOR SHARING WITH US!

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  2. OH, so cute! What a great idea to use the little deer on those tags, they look terrific!

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  3. SO CUTE Lynn! I love both of your tags! I have this wreath stamp and die set. What is the trick to lining them up? :D

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