Welcome to Day 8 of the Family Tag Feud! (Yes, we’re still a day behind…I guess we’re stretching out the fun to make it last a bit longer!)
If you have any questions about how the tags are made, we will probably wait to answer most of them in the reveal at the end so that we can answer without trying to hide the identity of the artist. But in the meantime…ask away!
Today we both tried to do some somewhat new things for us, and some trial – and error – was the result before we finally produced the tags we are posting. It’s amazing how long – and how many steps – it can take to produce something that looks to the eye to be very simple.
Well, let’s take a look at what we came up with today…the tag stash is getting pretty thick. I hope the binder ring I’m planning to use will hold them all when I’m ready to arrange them all nicely!
City Nights paper pack by Anne Langpap (Two Peas)
Digital Date Stamps Brushes & Stamps No. 20 by Katie Pertiet (Designer Digitals)
Free Holiday Party Kit by Brandy Buffington (Two Peas)
Font: Hawaii Killer
Jingle Bells: Orignal Image By Artist
Public Domain elements from Open Clip Art Library:
BasicGrey Perhaps (Snow Queen)
Alterations by Tim Holtz for Sizzix Tag & Bookplates Die
Stampendous Wood Mounted Rubber Stamp (Music Score)
Tim Holtz Distress Ink in Tattered Rose, Fired Brick and Black Soot
Tim Holtz Distress Embossing Ink
Inkadinkado Reindeer Wood Stamp
Ranger Super Fine Detail Embossing Powder (Clear)
Recollections Rhinestone Stickers
Stampin’ Up! Winter White Embossing Powder
Stampin’ Up! Stamp Set (Snowflakes)
Bazzill Cardstock (Kraft)
Inkadinkado Clear Stamp Set (Season of Swirls)
So…we hope we made the choice hard for you…
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