Today I’m joining the Pretty Pink Posh new release blog hop: two days of inspiration and a chance to win some prizes (more on that at the end).
More than anything else these days, I make tags – lots of tags – to add a finishing touch to small holiday treats. (And if I don’t have a “major” holiday to make ’em for, I’ll find a “lesser” one.) This month I’ve used the Best of Luck Stamps and Dies for St. Patty’s Day.
The spring green background was made with Twisted Citron Distress Oxide and a hint of Lucky Clover. And how’s this for a blast from the past? I used one of my much-loved Martha Stewart punches for a little vellum grass. (Yes! Someone still has those punches and, infrequently, uses ’em. *wink*) After punching the grass, I ran it through my die-cutting machine again for a perfect match with the tag.
Using the new Stacked Edges 2 Dies for rainbows is easy peasy. To make the background I added adhesive to an A2 card base, lined up cuts in different colors, and trimmed.
There are 4 $25 gift certificates up for grabs (two winners each day) that will be picked (randomly) from blog comments (they must be left by 11:59 PM PST on 12 March, 2018). Winners will be announced on the PPP blog.
Now keep on hoppin’ …
Pretty Pink Posh blog
Heather Meeson <— you’re here
supplies used …
pretty pink posh – best of luck stamp set
pretty pink posh – best of luck die set
pretty pink posh – shamrock jewels
pretty pink posh – spring green jewels
pretty pink posh – stacked edges 2 dies
neenah – solar white cardstock
essentials by ellen – vellum
tsukineko – memento tuxedo black
ranger – distress oxide twisted citron
ranger – distress oxide lucky clover
ranger – distress sprayer
copic markers – YR14, YR15 (oranges), YG03, YG25 (greens), YR0000, R00 (face), Y15 (yellow), W8 (dark grey)