Category embossing

Making a List

…and checking it twice. I have so many things to do this month. I have to write everything down or I will forget all about it. Here are a couple more tags that I made to adorn some of the gifts under the tree. I used up scraps to make each one.

This first tag uses silver herringbone pattern paper from SEI, a scrap of vintage lace, and an embellishment from K&Co. I layered the silvery snowflake on a couple of scalloped circles punched from vintage sheet music and another leftover scrap. I typed the sentiment on my vintage typewriter and tied several Christmasy ribbons to the top.

This tag uses scraps from my Christmas cards that I shared the other day –  leftover embossed paper and fabric, along with a few of the embossed snowflakes. A sparkly white fiber tops it off.

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My Christmas cards have been mailed! Here is this year’s design.

I started with the silver fabric and layered it with white cardstock that I embossed using Tim Holtz Alterations – Snow Flurries texture fade. Then I added a sweet vintage image that I embellished with sparkling snow. The snow flake stamps and dies are from Papertrey Ink. I embossed the snow flakes, some with silver embossing powder and some with clear, to give the card even more sparkle.
I do have a few extra cards, available for sale in my etsy shop.

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