Monday, 19 December 2016

LAST Day of the Twelve Tags of Christmas!!

Welcome to the last day of the Twelve Tags of Christmas. I thought I would save some special techniques for this last project. The inspiration for this came from US Demo, Rick Adkins, who has a card using some of these techniques, specifically some shadow stamping, with embossing. I have used this as the inspiration, but turned it into a Tag, which includes trick with extending the size of a Framelit. Pop down to the Video below to see how these all work.

Other than the slightly more advanced techniques, this is a very simple tag, and all the better for that I think. I love the colour scheme and the clean look that this all gives.

At the end of today's video you will see a (very) quick review of the other tags in this series, including me having a bit of a panic that I am not able to count to twelve!! I really hope you have enjoyed this series and that you have found it fun and useful. Please let me know if you would like me to take a bit more time going over any of the techniques we have touched on; I would be happy to take a little time going through some of these in a bit more detail if that helps you.

I wish you all a very Happy Christmas and New Year and pray that you will all keep safe and well.

If you would like to order any of the products, or anything else, please pop over to my shop, which is open 24/7/365. Remember to use the Hostess Code if your order is over £20 and under £150 (both excluding P&P), so you can get some extra crafting goodies free from me.

So pop on over to my shop now and fill that bag with Lots of Pretty Things!


Night of Navy Cardstock – 2-1/2 x at least 5 inches (6.2 x at least 13cm). The short measurement is VERY important for this, but the long length can be as long as you like, just at least that given.

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