Sunday, 6 November 2011

Christmas Tags


I do love this new iced spruce colour.  I was slightly concerned that it would be too much like the weathered wood, but the snowflakes in the background are stamped in that.  I went to Maz's yesterday to drop her set off and she'd taken delivery of some of the new T!m dies, so she kindly cut me some.  Here I have used the lamp post, holly and berries and the vintage lace.


This is the new holly branch die, coupled with the on the edge twigs die.  The seasons greeting is an older one from a T!m stamp set.  It was stamped in the gathered twigs autumn distress ink and covered with gold perfect pearls.


I added rocky candy stickles to the holly leaves.


Again I used the lamp post and holly, the twig from the holly branch die and a different one of the vintage laces.  The stamp is one I picked up in my collection from the Dome.

10 comments:

Lottie said...

These are brilliant - the ivy leaf looks so real

downrightcrafty said...

oh wow they came out brilliant didn't they, actually like the grey one now love the little snowflakes on it and a great sentiment too but the rest are equally as lovely
Hugs Kate xx

Sue said...

These are lovely tags Sam, I really both of the TH Seasonal sets, and the dies, but my plastic friend has told me enough is enough lol.
p.s love those perfect pearls x

Chris said...

Fabulous tags, Sam. Love those DIs (mine are still unopened!)

I think I may just need the vintage lace die...

Cath Wilson said...

Ooh, I do like that evergreen - am sorely tempted!!

hazel said...

Brilliant tags, the colours are lovely. I've got some on order, hope they arrive soon.
xxx Hazel.

LellyJelly said...

Just stumbled onto your blog. What beautiful tags!

LellyJelly said...

Just stumbled onto your blog. What beautiful tags!

Neet said...

I've just bought the lamp post myself so now you have spurred me on to begin using it. Maybe when my friend comes around.
Great tags - lovely friend you have. Remember me to her please.

Deborah said...

Beautiful tags! And that on the edge die is very tempting.

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