Monday, December 03, 2012

Feliz Navidad Tag...

So with it being December and still in the high 70's here in Texas. I thought it was the perfect time to get into the Christmas Spirit and start creating some Christmas Gift Tags...  Most of my stuff is still out in the garage awaiting us finding a house to buy so I am limited to what I managed to pick up a few Christmas/snowy things but when creating I would really love to have a lot more options, but I am making the best of what I have with a Hobby Lobby/Michaels trip planned for today... hehe

Here is my first Christmas tag of the year...  Using my Ipad to take my photos and edit them as I got a new computer and can't seem to find my photo shop cd yet. I'm sure it's in the garage packed with all my amazing Christmas embellishments...

Products used:
Manilla Tag
My Minds Eye Pattern Paper
KinderStampO Vintage & Traditional Holiday Stamp Set (Feliz Navidad)
Purple Cows CraftGeek Pin It Pins (Bells and Key Hole)
Michaels Stamp (Snowflakes)
Snow Flakes (Hobby Lobby)
Recollections Washi Tape (music notes)
Tim Holtz Ink (Frayed Burlap)
Tim Holtz Distress Markers (Frayed Burlap, Stormy Sky)
Momento's Ink (Black)
Twine
Seam Binding

Here is a close up photo

Thanks so much for taking a little peek at my blog.  I will be back with another project tomorrow.  Till then... Happy Crafting.

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9 comments:

Barbara said...

what a gorgeous tag!

Christina said...

Beautiful tag-I love those blingy snowflakes!

Lisa Rukin Swift said...

Soooo pretty! I love the snowflakes!

laura said...

That tag is adorable...it was 28 here Friday, snowed Saturday, and today was 58!...in Massachusetts

Fleursbydesign said...

pretty tag love the snowflakes :)

Mary Jo Rhoda said...

Such a pretty tag!!

Patricia said...

Such a pretty and dainty tag. Love how you made it a little different by putting Feliz Navidad!

Tracy said...

Your tag is gorgeous. I love that vintage girl you put on :)
It snowed a bit here today, but we have had snow for awhile now.

Sue Althouse said...

Very nice! I like all your layering and the nostalgic feel.