Tag with a Twist



woohoo to the weekend!!!!

Playing along today at Ellen Hutson's challenge:


I used Sandy Allnocks tag as inspiration:


Beautiful sky colors, snow on the ground, a couple of barren trees and a wonderful white forest creature.

I have a confession to make...... I really don't get the tag thing I see all over the internet. Yes they are pretty, but unless you give lots of gifts to people, what do you do with them?

So......I couldn't stand it...I had to implement this tag into a card.
Forgive me!


Now this makes me happy. 
A wonderful tag adhered to a card with the same background of beautiful colors and snow.



Loving the sparkly snow effect.

(so the tag would lay flat, no embossing paste was used on the card base where the tag would be adhered)


Challenges Entered:
the CLASSroom: 12 Tags of Christmas with a Feminine Twist


Let's go Shopping:
Ellen Hutson:  Merry & Bright stamp set
Reverse Confetti:  Tag me die set
Mama Elephant:  Winter Wonderland stamp set
Penny Black:  Tagged die set
Simon Says Stamp:  Stitched Slopes and Hills die set
Craftwell:  eBrush
Copic markers
Glitter Ritz
The Twinery:  Twine
Kreinik:  Metallic cord
Embossing paste

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4 comments

Marcie Sharp said...

I'm in agreement with you on he tag thing... I just have to use them on a card instead of as a stand-alone! I love your ink blended background on this!

Sandra H said...

So pretty!!

teresa said...

WOW, we think your tag/card is stunning! Such depth, beautiful blending of colors and lovely, sparkling snow. Love you, dear Penny! U. Arlen & A. Teresa

donna mikasa said...

Love how you incorporated your gorgeous tag onto a card! Beautiful take on Sandy's tag! That's pretty much what I do with my tags--or stick them on small gifts.

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