Monday, February 9, 2015

Graphic 45 Time to Flourish Valentine tag cards

Hi everyone :-)
Made some more tag card  using the wonderful Time to flourish and a bit of Time to celebrate collection collection from Graphic 45. All is distressed with white paint dabber from ranger and off white Pan Pastel.
There will be some tutorials later on how to make this tags in different shapes and sizes.


Here is a dress form tag and there will also be a tutorial late on how to construct it.

Also made a envelope with the same tag shape and there will also be a tutorial on how to make this.

Envelope is layered with the brown 6 x 6 paper.
The white doily makes it pop more :-)

Close up picture of the envelope.

Her is a tag with a dimensional pocket.
Flowers from Wildorchidscrafts.

Tag in a tag with more tags lol.

All tags taken out.

 Also made a gift card holder for Valentine. 

Also used flowers from WOC here.

Tags taken out on the front. On the side there is a chipboard tag fastened with a seam binding bow.

Close up picture of the beautiful flowers.

Inside there is place for a gift card.

Here is an easel tag card.

Standing up and place to write a personal message inside.

Behind the holder there is a heart tag for a hidden message :-)

There is a pocket behind the easel card to hold the large tag.

 This I filmed when I made it and it will be in the tutorial on how to constrict tags.
Here is the link,
The pocket has the same shape as the top.

Tags taken out of the pocket.

Happy Valentine :-)

Here is the link to WOC beautiful flowers,

Regarding questions there is a video where frequently asked questions are answered and here is the link,
For other questions they will be answered here on my blog where I will post new questions that has not been answered before.
Here is the link,

Thanks for stopping by and have fun creating :-)
Hugs, Anne

1 comment:

  1. You create more tags on one project than anyone else I've seen! Not only are you the Queen of Fussy Cutting, but now also Tag Royalty! Looking forward to seeing your tutorials. Thanks for all these photos!


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