Friday, November 8, 2013

Sketch N Scrap Holiday Blog Hop

Hi everyone & happy Friday!!
Welcome to the last stop on the Sketch N Scrap holiday blog hop! Yesterday Stephanie Ho made a fabulous Rememberance Day project. If you have missed some of the blogs along the way, check out the Sketch N Scrap blog and follow the link on the right hand side.

For my holiday, I chose Christmas. No surprise there-it is my favorite holiday!!! And now it is right around the corner!
I made this gift tag:
 I started by misting the tag with red & blue mists. I added the flourish from Teresa Collins & the snowflake on top of that. The Santa diecut is also from TC. The "joy" alphas are from Thickers.
I now have ONE gift tag ready for the big day! LOTS more to make....

Leave me a comment here & let me know if you are getting ready for Christmas already. Be sure to become a follower of my blog as I have a few Christmas goodies (& more) to giveaway! I will choose a winner on Tuesday, November 12.

Thanks so much for stopping by.
Have a great day y'all!!
 
~Stephanie

12 comments:

  1. What a pretty tag! Love the misting, I am sure whoever gets this on their gift will be thrilled!

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  2. Great Christmas gift tag. I started making my own gift tags last year, I love adding something homemade to each gift.

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  3. I am nowhere near ready for Christmas!! lol...

    Love your tag.....so pretty with the mists over that music paper. Gorgeous!

    How lovely of you to offer blog candy. I am a brand-new follower of yours by Google Friend and I also follow Sketch and Scrap by the same. Yippee!!!
    <3 J

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  4. Beautiful Christmas tag. Love your misting!

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  5. Totally beautiful and cute tag. WTG!!!!!
    xxx

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  6. What a gorgeous tag! Awesome job!

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  7. That's a pretty tag. Nice that you used blue rather than traditional green.

    I'm not really in the Christmas mood yet, but I did buy a present for my son yesterday.

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  8. Your gift tag is lovely.....I love using blue for my Christmas decorating.

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  9. It's nice to mix in some "untraditional" colors for gift wrapping/tags. I rarely think to do misting, and yet it's so much fun and offers some great looks.

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