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Friday, 4 January 2013

Friday Die Day

Hello friends
Definitely back in the swing of things!
For this week's FDD I am featuring Grommet Tags.
You receive three die templates with this set and this is how they 
look cut/embossed.
If I need to stamp a sentiment I often leave the die cut inside the die to align the stamp.
Here is the tag!  I covered a tag with some of the Kitschy Kitchen papers by Melissa Frances.
These were the papers I featured a month or so ago on Create and Craft and also 
I received a request from Diane to use them. 
I've rounded the bottom edges, applied some distress ink and then
added one of the Grommet Tags as a decorative edge.
I then went sticker crazy with the various retro image stickers in this paper set.
Applied some with foam pads.
Using the remaining two Grommet Tag shapes, I placed one on top of the other and 
secured with brads, this raised the narrow tag upwards for a nice effect.
Attached this on the main tag and added a little bit of cream lace.
Finished and a close up - quick and simple!
Have a wonderful weekend dear friends.
I'm back tomorrow.

29 comments:

Karen said...

What a lovely idea. Wish I was creative like this :o)

Carole Z said...

Lovely retro tag Christine! Carole Z X

Susan Flynn said...

Fabulous fifties tag Christine! Love how you have raised the tag, I have these I must try it - thanks for the inspiration! Hugs Susan x

Lucycat said...

Hi Christine.
Lovely tag,thank you for the tutorial,you never seem to run out of ideas.
Looking forward to seeing photos of your Shop /Studio.
Take care. x.

nattyboots said...

Well im gob smacked , you can turn anything into anything Christine you are so clever .

Thank you for the ideas , i just love how you add a label at the bottom of the tag and then to raise one on the tag , Well its so impressive ,your ideas are endless

Now i must put them on my wish list ,good job i have a birthday in March .

Take Care
Elaine H X

Maggie said...

Great tag Christine and some fab ideas to loo at these dies differently thanks for sharing. Happy New Year

Patricia Howarth said...

Morning Christine, This fifties style tag is absolutely lovely, love the dotty paper, then the embellishments you have added on, and the die-cuts are fantastic, and your use of them is superb. You have a fantastic imagination to create these masterpieces.
Lots of love from Patricia xx

val jones said...

Hi Christine. This brought a happy smile to my face this morning. So cute and inventive. You're such a talented lady.

Val in Spain xxx

Ruth said...

A gorgeous tag, Christine. Wishing you all the best in your new shop, Ruth x

baconbits said...

Hi Christine
A lovely tag very fresh looking.
TFS
Hugs
Amanda x

lydia jordan said...

Hi Christine,
Very nice retro tag, you have some great ideas which you are kind enough to pass on thank you.
Lydia
X

Lacelady said...

Pretty, but I'm not into tags, so I would just take the ideas and translate them into a card.

Cornish Emma said...

Morning Christine, well i use this tags but never thought of using 2 together or using them as a decorative edge so thank you for more fabulous ideas with our dies. Emma

Jenny L said...

Hi Christine,
fabulous tag. Love the fifties style too.
Have a wonderful crafty day.
Lots of crafty love. Jenny L.

hazel said...

Wow Christine absolutely love that tag xx hazel

Cazann49 said...

Hi Christine, I love that tag!! What a great ide to use them the way you did..very inspirational! I will have to try that..Have a great day..xx

Susie Bentz said...

Love your new take on an old favorite!

Craftychris said...

I didn't realise how versatile this set was. I love the ideas you have given and your retro tag is fabulous! Thank you xx

loftylass said...

Lovely tag Christine - a new slant for us to try - love the retro style and adding the label at the bottom as a border is a bonus I must try. Keep it coming Christine. I love all your inspiration and am enjoying the updates on your new shop.tfs.
Hugs
Heather
x

loftylass said...

Lovely tag Christine - a new slant for us to try - love the retro style and adding the label at the bottom as a border is a bonus I must try. Keep it coming Christine. I love all your inspiration and am enjoying the updates on your new shop.tfs.
Hugs
Heather
x

scottish crafter said...

Hi Christine, Boy you sure can turn out the tags and everyone so different, where oh where do you get all the ideas from. My Mojo is returning slowly and if I need inspriation I only have to look back your older posts and there is something there I would want to try.

Thanks

Wima x x x

Elaine said...

Love it !

Elaine said...

Love it !

Janice said...

Love this tag Christine, Janice x

Sandra said...

Good afternoon Christine,
Grommet tags.....sounds so uninspiring..but with your fantastic inspiration the are fab, i would love to spend just an hour in your oh so creative mind!!!
I am so exciting to see your shop developing, its great to be part of the journey, keep the photos coming!
Crafty hugs,
Sandra Riley xxx

Ita said...

Hi Christine great tutorial, and tips on how to use the tags for different things.Great idea about leaving the tag in the Die for stamping ,I have a problem geting things straight so will use your tip thanks
smiles
Ita

melanie said...

What a stunning tag .Melanie

Janice said...

Hi Christine
What a fab tag you've made and I love what you have done with the label dies, esp using as a border! Your ideas are so impressive, thank you!
Janice x

Verena said...

This is cool!

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