Saturday, 26 November 2011

Lilac Tag

Hello Blogland friends!
Keeping with the Christmas theme, I thought I would share with you a festive tag. 
 Untraditional colours but still very winter-like.  
I love the plain kraft luggage tags that you can pick up in most stores, 
with just a few additions they can be transformed. 
I used the gorgeous Spellbinders™ Snowflake Pendant and then added two Layered Poinsettias, I cut those from pale lilac cardstock and rubbed the edges with some Colorbox chalk fluid.  A piece of dotty ribbon and a little bit of bling and ready to go!  
As you read this I'm heading off to Bath and The Cotswolds - a Christmas shopping trip, 
I will share photos on my return, rain rain go away....please!
Have a great weekend.
Take care,


Susan Flynn said...

Oooh what a beautiful tag Christine. I have just bought a lot of beautiful wired Lilac ribbon on my trip to the States for all my Christmas present and want to make some tags - you must have known!! I just love Bath (only been once) and am so envious of you, hope you have a fab day xx

Julia Watts said...

Lovely colour. I just adore the layered poinsettia die. Have a great day. Julia xx

Craftychris said...

What a fabulous tag! I love it! Your ideas are so varied - thank you x

Karen said...

What a great tag Christine - love the colours. Enjoy your trip to Bath and the Cotswolds; beautiful part of the country.

Hellma said...

I love it, never mind the present i would just drool at the tag.

Cumbrianlass said...

I love that colour, unusual or not it's great.

Claire said...

I'be just 'discovered' you, and think your crafting is beautiful! Especially love the colours on poinsettias!

Claire xx

Redanne said...

I love the lilac, it is so different from the same old traditional colours. I have this die so will likely give it a go. Thanks for your great posts. Regards, Anne Rx

Lindyloo said...

What a fab tag. So soft and gentle in lilac.
Oh you were (are) a lucky girl visiting Bath, that is one of my favourite places on earth. Lovely niche shops and architecture. Best wishes Linda

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