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Friday, 11 September 2015

CTC 47 - Lets Kit Together Oh What Fun Tags


Thanks for once again joining us on the CASE-ing The Catty Blog Hop.  Today we are showcasing the super duper amazing kits in the Holiday catalogue.

Personally, I find all the kits to be such great value.  I have made quite a few of these kits up & decided today to have a play with the tag kit.  I didn't actually buy the tag kit.  It is on my wish list but alas my craft dollar is being spent on lots of other things right now.  I did, however, purchase the super versatile stamp set that coordinates with the kit.  It is called Oh What's Fun & has many sentiments that are could be used for not only tags but also for cards.

Here is the Oh What Fun Tag Kit as seen on Page 5 of the Holiday catalogue.


 Here are my CASED versions using some scraps of DSP & some fun embellishments.


For my 1st tag, I used some Subtles DSP stack, a metallic doily & a scrap of red glimmer paper.

 My 2nd tag uses the Merry Moments DSP from the Annual catalogue. Yes, there are two Merry Moments DSP's.  One is a 12 x 12 pack in the Annual Catalogue & the other is a 6 x 6 version using 4 of the designs.


 My 3rd tag uses the new 6x6 paper stack in the holiday catalogue, Merry Moments paper stack.  It has 4 designs & you get 24 of each. Great for making lots of Christmas cards, tags or even swaps!


My 4th tag uses Merry moments 12 x 12 DSP.  This striped Smokey Slate & Real Red sheet is my favourite in this pack.

And lastly, this tag once again uses the Merry Moments 6 x 6 paper stack.  I've also used a chipboard Snowflake Element.


So, you can see a few scraps of paper & some ink & stamps makes lots of cute tags.  Super easy & lots of fun.   I wonder what Julia has made for us today.  Follow the link to keep hopping.  If you get lost you can find the full list at CASEing the Catty.





4 comments:

  1. Very inspiring use of all the DSP for your tags, they look fabulous!

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  2. Wow, Tricia, it's hard to believe you used scraps to put these together. Your tags are gorgeous! The red & slate striped DSP is my fave from that pack too. :)

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  3. Love your idea of case-ing the tags with other embellishments, as we always have dsp off cuts etc.

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  4. I love your tags!! I have used them on cards for my grandfather's birthday present!!

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