Friday, 7 December 2012

Christmas tags for UK-Irelandcraftswaps/

I  have entered into Debs Christmas tag swap, we have to make 6 tags and they all need to be usable.  Here are my tags, all ready to be packaged up and sent to my partner when they have been drawn.  I really enjoyed making these and will be making more for the family gifts.

I found the vintage images online  along with the tickets.  Ribbons were just a few pennies and bought locally.   The papers are all from the same GCD  stack and layered borders cut from scraps.  All edged with vintage photo and popped up on dimensional tape.

               I burned the edges of this vintage image and layered it onto some off cuts of cream lace. I used glossy accents on her buttons, cuffs and the candle she is holding.  The braid was part of a giveaway I won. 
The tie string was a corded tinsel I received in a RAK.

Various printable images that work well together, backed  on and cut with scalloped circle die I used  on making the first tag, which I have just received in a pressie.  I used glossy accents on the holly berries.

Gold embossed and die cut star,  the holly leaves have been glossy accented,  
Christmas music ticket, gold ribbon, gold card trim and gold faux stitching with gold ribbon bow.  The string tie is hessian.

Similar to previous tags, Oval cur gold card, added green Merry Christmas ribbon, layered Santa        printout on top. The father Christmas metal plate was bought from 'Every crafts a pound'

This vintage image was also a free download.  Burned image and lace placed underneath the torn parts, Glossy accented both children's shoes, paint brush and hair bow.  Gold ribbon to finish.

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