Monday, 7 November 2016

Two Ways With Merry Tags by Stampin' Up!

I'm back after a wonderful weekend away with my fellow SU! demonstrator friends in Telford where we had a fabulous catch up and found out all the new and exciting things happening in the SU! world including a preview of the many lovely things in the catalogues coming in January! But, for me it's still all about Christmas and I still have a ton of Christmas cards to share with you!
So, I'm going to start to share the cards from my all day classes a couple of weeks ago where we made three each of seven different cards. 
I decided, in my infinite wisdom, to design two versions of each card which turned out to be a little more work than we had time for in class so the ladies had to really work hard at this class! Sorry about that, sort of.... lol.
Everyone received in their kit the following...
Plus a selection of Mini Jingle Bells, Mini Pinecones and a few Christmas Trinkets so you'll see these scattered on the cards I share with you over the next week or so.
So, with this first card I designed this version which is perfect for hand delivering as there is one of the lovely charms at the top and we added dimensionals between the glitter tag layers to make them pop...
These charms are quite heavy and so there are a few things that you can do to help hold them in place.  You can see my TIPS VIDEO HERE.
This sentiment works perfectly on this card with it's staggered look, it's from the Star Of Light stamps.
 And here is a second version which I kept flat (you may have noticed I don't do many flat fronted cards!) for posting.
Love these tags dies and this mini deer one is my favourite of all of them!
TIP: When die cutting these tags from glimmer paper use the precision plate and run it through the big shot a couple of times to ensure it cuts through the thick glitter card.
Add a few of the lovely gold enamel shapes and that's it done!
And that's all for today :-)
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