Tuesday, July 16, 2013

10 Things:Tags

I never get tired of seeing how many, many creative ideas our designers come up with.
Todays editions of 10 Things is another walk down that hallway of amazing!!!
1.Canvas and Burlap
Practical Scrapper Deborah Johnson made this canvas and burlap wine gift tag to celebrate a special day.
Practical Scrapper Lisa M. embossed her tags
3.Linen Fabric Scraps
Practical Scrapper Karen made a tag from a scrap of linen fabric and used permanent ink
to stamp the image of the woman with sunglasses to make this sizzling summer card.
4.Product Packaging
Practical Scrapper Charity used product packaging to make tags for her layout using a Sketchabilities sketch
5.Patterned Paper
Practical Scrapper Brenda cut tags from patterned paper to add layering and a decorative element to her layout.  
 6. Flower Pot
Practical Scrapper Wendy made a sliding tag flower pot card topped with 3-D flowers crafted from Cricut cut leaves. The tag is big enough to hold a gift card!
7. Stamped
Practical Scrapper Kristy stamped on a tag to add a little "love" to her layout.
8. Bag Tag
Practical Scrapper Jenn Campbell created a Bag Tag to identify her Convention bag!
9. Patterned Paper
Practical Scrapper Kelly Jean lined tags on her layout to create a unique patterned paper.
Practical Scrapper Jennifer used a kraft tag and stitched strips of patterned paper. She finished it by adding chipboard elements and bakers twine.
This week our designers were working overtime, we have two bonus projects!!!
Bonus #1:
Toy Label
Practical Scrapper Jessica used an old luggage tag to make a label for the "toy time out" basket in her living room.
Bonus #2
Tag Book
Practical Scrapper Kelli used tags of various sizes to hold the photos in her "Family" mini album. Each tag represents a letter of the family name.
Get those creative wheels turning and crank out some tag projects of your own. We'd love for you to share them on our Facebook page!!!
Scrap On!


LisaM said...

Fabulous work using tags ladies!

Jean said...

Very cute ideas!