Be Merry Christmas Card ~ Stampin' Up! Artisan Blog Hop

I'm sure that November is always busier than December these days as everyone (me) tries to cram things in before Christmas. So... just a quick post this week!

Here's a fun Christmas card made with the Under the Tree Tag A Bag Accessory Kit. And just to let you in on a bit of the process - this project morphed quite a bit as it was being made. It started as a mini banner! All part of the fun.

Tag A Bag kit on a Card. Eat, Drink & Be Merry! ~ Susan Wong

Tag A Bag kit on a Card. Eat, Drink & Be Merry! (inside) ~ Susan Wong

Supplies:
Inks: Early Espresso, Cherry Cobbler
Papers: Whisper White, Pistachio Pudding, Under the Tree Tag a Bag Accessory Kit, Silver Glimmer Paper
Stamps: Holiday Invitation (Holiday Catalogue), Gratitude For Days (Holiday Catalogue)
Accessories/Tools: Basic Black Baker's Twine, Cherry Cobbler Baker's Twine, Cherry Cobbler Sheer Linen Ribbon (cut in half and used as a mat for the sentiment), On Point Textured Impressions Embossing Folder

I wonder what crafty goodness Teneale has for us this week... click below!

11 comments

  1. SUSAN! I SO LOVE THIS! I was having a very difficult time with this set, but you have made it so appealing with this super fun and gorgeous card!

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  2. Merry. Merry. Merry. Merry. Merry. I love how you repeated the Merry image on the tag so much I had to copy the merry idea in my comment LOL.

    You are totally a thinker!

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    1. Hahaha - thanks, thanks, thanks, thanks ;)

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  3. Awesome use of this stamp Susan!

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  4. Well you've definitely shown how to use this set for more than invites Susan! LOVE your Christmas card - and really like the inside too. Vicky x

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  5. Such pretty layers, awesome card!

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  6. A great reason to by the Tag a Bag accessory kit!

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  7. Love it, and the fact that it started as one thing and changed. Xx

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  8. This is a great card - love the use of Merry on the tag and use of the Tag a Bag elements. Love it!

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