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Saturday, January 8, 2011

December Tags from Start to Finish


It is Saturday again, so here is tag #2 from 2007's series. This one was super fast and easy. I should add some ink to my black ink pad though as it's not very dark looking. I didn't have the ghost snowflakes, so I die-cut my own using the clear packaging on one of my new Sizzix dies to make mine, then added some Snowcap paint dabber to them for color and texture. You can't pick it up in the picture, but I took Picket Fence distress Stickles and rubbed them all over my snowman for sparkle and shine in real life. Hope you play!

9 comments:

Netty said...

Looks great and loving the textures. Annette x

donna said...

I thought it was for Mondays. Your tag is terrific. I have one made but I can't seem to find it. Later. I see the link came back.Great.

donna said...

HI.. I had to keep repeating the background technique to get it dark enough. I have had problems before with scanning blue. It always comes out so much lighter. The link didn't do the second step of putting the picture on when I linked up. It would be nice if more played but I think lots of people are feeling burned out right now.

craftytrog said...

Lovely tag Kathy! I'll be back with my tag soon! x

Lori said...

Great tag, Kathy! Love it!

Candy C said...

Great tag, Kathy! I envy you getting the tags from past 12 Tags done. I have so many of them that I want to do...I just have so many other things I want to do as well. When you've got all your tags done, I'll be saying, "Gosh...I wish I'd done that!". :)

Lynn Stevens said...

Looks great. I think I remember doing this one too!

Terry said...

I don't have ghost snowflakes and plan on cutting mine also or whatever I decide to do!! I may go with a Valentine's Day theme, so I hope that is ok! Love this tag Kathy! The sparkle and snowflakes are just stunning?

QueenBe said...

Great tags.... makes me want to get back into more tag making.

Thanks for the comment at my blog about the rosette die. I tried layers and layers of paper, but still many of the layers were unusable! I had it recommended that I use tissue tape before doing the folding, so I will try that.