Tag It Christmas
I participated in a challenge for an online group I belong to and created a card using the Tag It stamp set.
You may not know that Stampin’ Up! has had a long association with Ronald McDonald Houses in the United States. This year this programme has been extended into all Stampin’ Up! markets. So this particular set is designated as a fundraiser for Ronald McDonald Houses. For every stamp set sold $3.00 will be donated to Ronald McDonald Houses in the market where the stamp set was sold. So not only is this a gorgeous stamp set but you will be helping a very worthwhile cause if you purchase it.
I embossed Whisper White card using the Beautifully Baroque Embossing Folder and attached it to scored and folded Cherry Cobbler card. I attached a strip of Season of Style Designer Series Paper to Cherry Cobbler card and then to the card front. I stamped the Santa image from the Tag It stamp set onto Whisper White card using Cherry Cobbler ink and cut it using the matching Chalk Talk Framelit.
I attached the greeting to the card front using dimensionals and added small Basic Rhinestone to the top of the tag.
To decorate the inside of the card I inked the Santa image using a Cherry Cobbler Stampin’ Write Marker and left enough room below it to add a strip of the Season of Style Designer Series Paper and Cherry Cobbler Card. I stamped the greeting from the More Merry Messages stamp set onto the top right hand corner using Cherry Cobbler ink.
I really love that Season of Style Designer Series Paper and the great thing is if you buy the Season of Style Designer Series Paper stack you get 48 sheets, 24 sheets of one double sided design and 24 sheets of another double sided design. One of the designs is the one I used on this card. Each sheet is 11.4cm x 16.5cm (4.5″ x 6.5″), which is fantastic for card making.
Well, what you think? Is it too simple? I’d love to hear what you think. If you would like to purchase this fun stamp set or any of the supplies used then you can do so at my online store.
Bye for now, Kris.