This time our inspiration is from the fabulous Leigh Penner and these adorable tags she created. I just love the soft colours and patterns.
I am starting to get into the Christmas tag making mode again. After die cutting my tag from white cardstock I stamped some tiny snowflakes in soft gray on it. I selected some patterned paper from Doodlebug's Home For the Holidays collection and cut it on an angle
Here is how Leigh's tag inspired me...
Head over to Tag You're It to see how the rest of the design team was inspired.
With EIGHTEEN video tutorials, written tutorials and more than 50 samples to inspire you, this class will have you running to grab your ink and stamps. All class samples incorporate the hottest trends in the industry!
The written and video tutorials will teach you:
Creative uses for dies
Faux Watercoloring with Distress Markers
Inlaid Die Cutting techniques
Simple cards that pack a huge WOW
Advanced stenciling techniques
How to make metal accent pieces
Simple coloring with copics
Emboss Resist techniques
Watercoloring embossed images
CASEing cards,but making them your own
How to get perfectly aligned layers
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Happy Tuesday and time for this week's new CASology Cue Card.
This week our cue is:
What I am seeing everywhere are homes all dressed up for trick or treater's. So I broke out my new Simon Says Village dies that I purchased originally to make cute white houses and turned my house to a spooky haunted house. The die easily cuts all those tiny windows so I die cut one is yellow and one in black. Then I carefully slid the yellow house off my Big Shot so that the windows did not come out. The dies do not cut the bottom of the images giving you options for landscapes. I chose to cut them off for my design. I put a piece of scotch tape on the back of the yellow house to hold the windows in place. Then after poking out the windows of the black house I glued the two together giving the glow. I die cut my hill and then taped it down to the grey background before die cutting the square, Then I stamped the bats and sentiment before adhering the die cuts with foam tape.