Twelve Tags of Christmas. We are on Day Two, and using the same stamp
set as yesterday, but creating a very different tag, more in keeping
with classic Christmas Colours, but still with a bit of a twist,
using Emerald Envy as the green element.
of using Stampin Up products is that all the colours are true across
the whole product line. I think we all know that trying to match
colours can be difficult, but Red must be the hardest to match, so
using Cherry Cobbler as the base for today’s tag could have been a
bit of a challenge, but not for Stampin’ Up! make it so easy. There
is Cherry Cobbler in the Washi Tape and I used it to ink part of the
stamp; they all match perfectly. The same is true of the Emerald
Envy, which could have been a difficult colour to match as it is on
the blue end of the green spectrum, but yet again, Stampin’ Up! have
done all the work for me. They make it easy for everyone to produce
particularly important for new crafters, many of whom start with
Christmas Projects and can be put off continuing because it is hard
to get things that match. But you will see just how easy it is with
the right products from a company that wants everyone to have fun
with professional results.
project and look forward to seeing you for the remainder of the
Twelve Tags of Christmas. You will find the measurements and list of
products used below.
Hostess Code if your order is over £20 and under £150 (both
excluding P&P), so you can get some extra crafting goodies free
shop now and fill that bag with Lots of Pretty Things!
2” x 4” (5 x 10cm)
x 1-3/4” (6 x 4.5cm)
Whisper White – Scrap
at least 2-1/2” x 1-3/4” (6 x 4.5cm)