Monday, December 3, 2012

bowled over: transitive verb

to impress
( interesting fact: this word was first used in 1867 )
We have had a wonderful week so far, Chrissy has shown us oodles of hand made ornaments to create, Heather has a fantastic tutorial on how to make a biased apron and Melissa supplied us with fabulous ideas to stuff those stockings and I showed you how to make a great girlfriend gift!
So now, we are starting week 2 and Chrissy will be showing some Home schooling ideas that includes a Christmas theme! How clever!
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------'re it!
( I use to hate this game when I was a child,  could never catch anybody!! )
But noawadays tags are all the rage, some have as much attention to detail as a card and after you have wrapped those gifts, don't forget to finish them off with a beautiful hand made tag that says..."gee, you are special to me...see what I made for you?"
I know a lot of my bloggy friends love to make tags, and you can get inspiration from these BEAUTIFUL Christmas ones by:
Anne ( Toy Soldier, and Snow is Falling ) ....from Julie ( Merry Christmas )....from Mel ( Wish, Holiday Wreath, Santa Love, and Peace on Earth ) from May ( Joy, and Christmas Heart ) and from Meggy ( Santa is on his way ).
So you have lots of wonderful goodies to look at and get inspired from. Do take a moment to look around their blogs, they make so many wonderful projects, I know I am always bowled over by them!
And here are a few of my tags that I sell at the Art MoB:
( on the back of each tag is printed with a "To:" and a "From:" )
 Cricut - Stretch Your Imagination, p. 57
hand sewing
Ranger's - stickles
Really Reasonable Ribbon - twine
Reminisce - white pen
epoxy letters - misc.
 Cricut  - Stretch Your Imagination p.55
Really Reasonable Ribbon - ric rac, white ribbon
Reminisce - white pen
Tulip - puffy paint
Cricut - Doodlecharms p. 127
red pen,googly eyes, trim, cotton ball - misc.
Really Reasonable Ribbon - red ribbon
Craft -T - chalk
Ranger - stickles

entering my gift tags in:

Pan Pastels - challenge #47 Gift Time
Pin and Tack - challenge #4 Anything Goes
Little Scrap Pieces: Make it Sparkle Challenge



...the yorkshire fox... said...

...hi Sandee, loving all the festive makes, the gingerbread men especially, this is such a magical time of year isn't it for creating wonderful pieces, thank you so much for your kind words on my blog, they are much appreciated and also a big thank you for the shout out, a wonderfully kind and generous gesture...festive love from me xx :)

Bleubeard and Elizabeth said...

Since I have no die cutting machine and no Tim Holtz dies, stamps, or products, I wonder what people like me can actually make without all these pre-designed products. It's good to see your enthusiasm over these products and I enjoyed your choice of shout out tags. They, and yours, are all fun to look at and dream about. Maybe I should come to play at your place awhile (grin).

Now back to reality.

Mary Pat Siehl said...

these are just way too adorable!! totally love them

Brenda Brown said...

A fabulous little christmas collection of tags Sandee, they will look wonderful on your gifts.
Thanks for sharing them at PanPastel UK this week
Hugs Brenda xxx

Unknown said...

Awesome tags love each one of them, welcome in the TioT team

Ps wicked blog oxo

scrappymo! said...

Wow, you have made some great tags. I am sure glad the ART mob is keeping you busy...ka ching, ka ching!!!

Redanne said...

Hi Sandee, your tags are wonderful, love the gingerbread men, they all look so happy and festive! Thanks for including me in your shout out, really do appreciate it so much, you are very kind. Hugs, Anne x

Katie said...

These are amazing! The Santa ones are my favorite!!

Meggymay said...

A wonderful selection of Tags, loving those cute snowmen.
Yvonne x

Karen said...

omg those google eyes make that santa so stinkin cute! love the little embelishment on the hat! thank you so much for joining the lsp challenge this week. Karen