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Wednesday 14 November 2018

25 Days of Christmas Tags - Tag #5

This is the first year that I have come across this - but it sounds like a pretty good idea to join in - and get my Christmas tags done at the same time!!

It is hosted by Tracey McNeely and you will find the main hop post here

I am very much doing catch up as it started on the 1st -
 however I am giving it a go...and here is my 5th set of tags...




I was inspired by Naki Rager on Day Five - these are her tags:




Basically white or white on white with a pop of red...

My first one has a white tag with a layer of die cut (unbranded) and then the deer cut again in red.


The next one - embossed with a Cuttlebug embossing folder and Ho Ho Ho - Sweet Spots Die-versions die.


Finally textured paper for the tag, trees die cut in white (unbranded dies) and Die-namics Deer Love cut in red.


I will link these to the main hop post



Happy Crafting!

3 comments:

  1. Love the red/white.
    that used to be popular
    choice for quilts.
    The simple designs are
    great. thanks for
    sharing

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  2. Susan, I adore your set of red/white tags; crisp, fresh and ever so lovely! Thrilled that you discovered Tracey's challenge and even more thrilled that you're playing tag with us!
    ~carol

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  3. Love the backgrounds on all of these tags! The little red deer are just perfect on them.

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