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Sunday, September 12, 2010

JustRite Friday Challenge 035: Christmas in September

JustRite Friday Challenge 035: Christmas in September is sponsored by Spellbinders.  The challenge is to make a Christmas/holiday tag with your JustRite stamps.  Spellbinders dies are the PERFECT tool for making tags -- most any of their die shapes work great to make a tag shape!  (But they are not a requirement for this challenge). For my project two JustRite stamp sets were used:  Holiday Cheer (the front image)  and From Our House Set (back of the tag).  Graphic 45 has an 8 x8 Christmas Past pad that I selected two patterns from.  This is great for when you have a paper you really like but the image is to large.  Several companies are coming out with these pads for making cards.  Several Spellbinder dies were used to complete the project. Two new sets were used:  Heirloom Ornaments and Beaded Circles.  Other Spellbinder dies used included a portion of an older snowflake, scallop circle and a square.  Ranger Distress, Antique Linen was used on the edges.  Copic Markers were used to color the images.  I selected a gold ribbon, a small gem stone and a glitter brad from my stash to finish the tag.  Since this is a tag I have finished  both sides.  Hope you enjoy

6 comments:

  1. Oh! Very Pretty! I almost used that die but my Santa didn't look right on it?? Your snowman (or I guess snow-woman) is fabulous!

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  2. If this tag were on my package, I'd know there was something great inside.Love the vintage feel of this tag. Great use of Spellbinders and wonderful choice of papers!

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  3. What a wonderful Christmas tag, Mary Jo!!! Love it, those G45 papers & the array of Nesties you used here!!!

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  4. Your tag is so awesome! I love how you finished both sides, and the overall look is so pretty. Anyone receiving a gift with a tag like that is going to feel very special!

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  5. WOW!! This is beautiful Mary Jo!!! You can tell all the hard work that you put into this. Love it!

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  6. This is so pretty! It looks labor intensive! But beautiful!

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