Hello, friends! I am back at it making tags today. Cards are awesome, they are. I love to pop them in the mail to surprise people with something other than bills in their mailbox. Cards can be a gift in and of themselves, but tags?! Tags are easy peasy and most times when I give a wrapped or bagged gift I prefer to just attach a tag. So, I’m building my stash and Reverse Confetti is an awesome way to go. They have a vast assortment of fun tag styles to choose from. I’m featuring the Scallop Window Tag today – but I didn’t create a window!
Recreate this or a similar project by stamping Bold Blooms on Polar White cardstock. Projects like this are awesome for using up those scraps! Stamp the large bloom in Grape Soda and the second layer in Royal Purple. The medium flower in Piggy Bank and Magenta. The smallest tulip style flower in Coral and Flamingo. These are so easy to align. The best kind of color layering. The stamped leaves are in Parakeet ink. Die cut each of the images, multiples if you wish. An additional level of detail and texture is created with Leafy Confetti Cuts in solid Lime Green cardstock.
Adhere tag frame flat to tag base. Pop window in place with foam tape avoiding any adhesive at the edges. Tuck die cut flowers and leaves under edge of popped window piece and adhere in place. Tie on twine.
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