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Easy Tags and Easy Cards

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I know I have to start early on my holiday tags and cards.  I give away 12 to 16 bags of cards for the holidays to staff I work with and friends I just want to show I care.  That’s a lot of cards, so I save almost everything I make to give away as gifts.  Now I have to make the cards and tags that go with the gifts.  I found a new Hero Arts set, Winter Scene, that makes my tags and cards fun.  I started with patterned papers to see how those turned out.  They were fun and I made about 15 so I have my tags all ready to go for my staff at work.

a2z Scrap Winter Scen mixed paper Oct 2015

You can see that you can even use the patterned paper as part of the design.  I also have the matching jar die, Hero Arts Frame Cuts.  You can see how these would be quick and easy. I used Hero Arts Shadow Ink Wet Cement for the pebbles and land on the tags.

a2z Winter Scene 2015

WATCH OUT: CARDS BELOW!

Now for some cards.  Where I used black ink on my patterned paper for my elements, on the white paper, you can mix up your colors.  Just stamping the large jar in the set and placing your elements from the set inside creates a fun and easy card.  I used the Hero Arts Shadow Ink, soft sky, for the ground element as well as the snow.  I really like the way these turned out.

Supplies for Tags: Hero Arts Frame Cuts Jar Frame Cut, Hero Arts Winter Scene, Hero Arts Shadow Ink, Wet Cement Mid-Tone, Memento Rich Cocoa, Memento Tuxedo Black Hero Arts Forever Green and Green Hills.  On the patterned tags, I used Memento Tuxedo Black only.  They look more like silhouettes and have a kind of old fashioned feel to them.

a2Z Winter Scene on White Cards Oct 2015

Close-up of two cards below. You can see the snow and ground.  I know the grounds blue, but it seems to fit for me.  I used Memento Rich Cocoa to stamp the deer, Memento Tuxedo Black, Hero Arts Shadow Ink, soft sky, for the sentiment, Hero Arts Forever Green and Green Hills for the trees below.

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I used Memento Tuxedo Black to stamp the jar and sentiment, Hero Arts Soft Sky Hero Arts Shadow Ink and Hero Arts Forever Green, Green Hills for the trees and Red Royal for the house.


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Supplies: Winter Tree SceneHero Arts Frame Cuts Jar Frame Cut, Hero Arts Winter Scene, Hero Arts Shadow Ink, Wet Cement Mid-Tone, Memento Rich Cocoa, Memento Tuxedo Black Hero Arts Forever Green and Green HillsYou can visit me at A Bit of This and That

Hope you’ll join in our October Challenge which is all about All Things Fall. card with your Hero Arts stamps, dies and stencils. And, if you need some new supplies, don’t forget to shop at a2z Scrapbooking..  Don’t forget that we are on TwitterInstagram and Facebook.  Follow us on these different social media outlets so you won’t miss out on any fun promotions!

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5 thoughts on “Easy Tags and Easy Cards

  1. I think your tags & cards are absolutely fabulous!!! Love how you made the tags jars but on the card you stamped a colored scene in the jar….. So Creative!!! I want to come to work with you so I can get a set too 😉

  2. These are all so adorable!! And I love the CAS design, great for producing multiples!! Thanks for the inspirations!

  3. Really cute idea! I like the two different looks.

  4. I think I’d want to shake these if I got them on my gift–they are so cute like real snow globes!

  5. Arlene I’m impressed, you have created a fabulous set of tags and cards way to go!!

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