Three tag cards

Here’s the first three tag cards I made — see yesterday’s post to find out about the tags.  Had a bunch of fun and these were so fast to make. Have ideas for some more but ran out of time last night — so stay tuned!

Supplies: All stamps by Hero Arts: scalloped-edge alphabet (LL015), printer’s type lowercase alphabet (LL762), petite message flowers (LL074), pocketful o’ good wishes (LL089), stitched posey (F3777). All the notecards are by Fabriano — love these! Pink ribbon by Making Memories, blue and green dots by American Crafts. Not sure where I got the brown gingham. I used timber brown Staz-on ink on all of them.

8 thoughts on “Three tag cards”

  1. I curse you .Do you remember how much postage to Canada was for those Fabriano notecards ? And now you are using them with those super cool tags .You are an enabler and I hereby will stop reading your blog .Okay , I will read but I won’t click on anything.You aren’t playing fair ! :-p


  2. Hello! I would like to say that I found your blog somewhere. I really am amazed by seeing your works in Hero Arts online. I am from Dripping Springs, TX 30 miles away from Austin. I am deaf. I wonder if you do teach anywhere. I would love to learn some techniques from you. Your cards look soooooooooooo beautiful! thanks for the inspiration.

    cynthia michener ;o)

  3. Hi Cynthia! I know where Dripping Springs is — beautiful country! I want to ride my bicycle out that way someday. Hey have you ever seen Lance Armstrong? He has a ranch in Dripping Springs!

    Anyhow, I used to teach at Picture It in Cedar Park but that store is closed now. Haven’t taught anywhere since they closed the store.


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