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January 31, 2014

Design Team: Sam Week 17 Cycle 8

Scrappin' Fridays: Tags

It's FRIDAY!!!!!!!!!!!! And the last day of January! What?! This month has flown by! Today Sam, is bringing us some simple tags! It's always fun to have some made for any occasion, and Sam, as always, created some adorable ones! See her project below!


Happy Friday everyone.  Today I am sharing a few tags that I made under 30 minutes. I love packing happy mails and add tags to my packaging. I diecuts  plenty of alphabets, doilies and shapes one night and keep them in a mini paper suitcase. So when I want to create something, these die cuts come in really handy when I do layering on my projects.

If you have been following my posts or projects, my favourite dies are probably the doilies and hearts. In these two tags, I added heart doilies to the tag. I always like to die cut a bunch of shapes using white cardstock. If I need it in other colors, I would probably mist it or color it with watercolor. And you will never go wrong with white color too!


For these two tags, I added doilies, ampersand, key and lock die cut that I cut with My Favourite Things die-namics. I love how quick eBosser would die cut a bunch of shapes with its huge platform. I fit like 4 sets of dies (included 2 sets of alphabet dies from A to Z) in one A4 size platform. Just in case you are wondering, the quotes on the tags are typed with one of my vintage typewriter – Royal Future. Love love love the type face and if you squint your eyes, these typewriter has really unique ‘e’.


Do you make tags? I hope this post would inspire you to make some tags with your scraps and diecuts. Thanks for looking.

Supplies Used:
Papers – Basic Grey, American Crafts, Studio Calico
Embellishments – Basic Grey
Dies – My Favourtie Things Die-namics
Others – Vintage Typewriter, twine, tine attacher, Mister Huey



Sam

Thank you Sam! 

See more of Sam's projects on her personal blog here: 
http://happie-scrappie.blogspot.com/

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