Tag – You’re It!

Tags are a challenge for me, but I was inspired to make this for a friend’s birthday gift. I used the largest tag from the Tim Holtz Tag collection cut in Peach Bellini and the smallest tag in that collection cut from Soft Stone. I stamped Birthday Wishes from Wild Blossom by Gina K Designs all over the tag in Peach Bellini for a tone on tone look. I have a bunch of flowers and wraps cut using the dies from Hero Arts’ My Monthly Hero Kit for January 2020 – I’m having so much fun with those dies – cut in various scraps of card stock. The wrap Kraft. The flowers are highlighted with white ink and Copic markers. The tiny tag is stamped with a greeting from Mini Tag Sentiments by Divinity Designs.

12 thoughts on “Tag – You’re It!

  1. Tag on a tag, now that is the cutest. I am working on a tag, too but it is becoming a slow process. Found if i punch a 3/8″ hole then use my 1/2″ punch to center, I get a nice hole protector. Not sure if your die set came with one or not.

    1. Thanks Bonnie. My set did comes with a hole reinforcement, but I’ve not use it. The tag I used is too large to use on an A2 card.

  2. Judy, this is an awesome tag. So creative to stamp a background and then that lovely nosegay of flowers. Love this. Tags and shaker cards are always very challenging to me.

    1. Thanks Gayle. I thought the tag needed something in the background. I tried distressing it, but it just wasn’t doing it for me. I don’t do too many tags, but thought I’d go out of my comfort zone for this challenge.

  3. I don’t make many tags either and always admire the work some crafters put into them. I really like this one Judy – it is so pretty and I like that you have tiny tag added in the flowers.

    1. Thanks Johanna. I tried to attach the tiny tag with bakers twine, but didn’t have the right color and couldn’t find fine enough plain string, thus I just tucked in among the flowers.

  4. Thanks Jan. I felt really fortunate to have snagged the kit before ran out. This is one I have to blame on Jennifer McGuire. I happened to see her video previewing the set and knew I had to have it.

  5. Judy, this is a fantastic tag! Sometimes watching Jennifer McGuire is well worth the money we usually wind up spending. Great job on this.

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