Today is going to be my favorite day of the Waltzingmouse Christmas celebration because today is tag day! I got so excited that I have 5 of them to share, haha!
Up first is one of my favorites featuring this amazing bell image from the brand new Folk Art Christmas Additions set! I thought it looked great paired with a pattern stamped with Nordic Winter and the Pinstripe Backgrounder (which you will be seeing quite a bit more of on my tags). It's so perfect for Christmas!
The bell is stamped in Memento Tuxedo Black ink and then colored with Copic markers.
Keeping with the theme, the reindeer from Folk Art Christmas Additions and more Pinstripe Backgrounder (this time stamped in Slate ink on a kraft tag)...
This time I stamped Folk Art Medallion in the background in white to look like a snowflake. I paper pieced the center reindeer "harness" by stamping it on another piece of paper in black then coloring it and cutting it out.
Then it was time for some more fun with the Festive Foliage die cuts and some Tattered Angels Glimmer Mists! First I ran paper through my Cuttlebug with striped and pine bough embossing folders, then sprayed them with Glacier and Guilded Gold mists.
I used the Holly Sprig die set first, and stamped the leaves in Delicata Gold ink,
The lovely label is from Seasonal Remedies. It was stamped in Versamark, heat embossed with black powder, then sprayed with Guilded Gold Glimmer Mist, too...
For the silvery embossed piece, I stamped the Mistletoe die cuts with Versamark and heat embossed them in silver.
The little "kisses" sentiment from Festive Foliage is stamped on a Studio Calico wood veneer banner that is painted white and sponged with Weathered Wood Distress ink,
And last but not least, one of my favorite Waltzingmouse stamp sets of all time, Sewing Box-Christmas! This time the little snowflakes with that Pinstripe Backgrounder again!
The inner piece of the snowflake is paper-pieced over the top with dimensionals, and the lovely sentiment is from Alpine Christmas!
So there you have it, my tag parade...I could have gone on and on, because I find I never have enough tags at Christmas!
Can't wait to see what kinds of tags the other ladies have created. I am sure they will have me wishing for the day off to stamp more tags!