Sunday, 25 December 2016

Merry Christmas to All

Hi there.  This will be a fairly short post as the tag was featured in this post here.   I decided to make a card of it and layered it up on a snippet of white card embossed with the freebie Poinsettia Embossing Folder I have used recently, and then on to a snippet of gold mirri which was die cut with one of the Crealies Rectangle Nesting Dies with Dots which I used on the last post.  This was then adhered to the base card, again an 8" x 8" card cut down to suit.

I decided to adhere it at a jaunty angle and it didn't need a sentiment as the tag is covered in greetings.

I would like to thank everyone who takes an interest in my little corner of blogland and wish you all

                                           WONDERFULLY CREATIVE 2017.


  1. Gorgeous card Pat. MERRY CHRISTMAS!!! Wishing you and your family health and happiness for 2017.
    Hugs Flo xx

  2. Merry Christmas Pat. Hugs Mrs A.

  3. I love how you turned this gorgeous tag into a card, Pat! It works beautifully!! I hope you enjoyed the Christmas holiday and I wish you a Happy New Year!! Hugs, Darnell

  4. Clever you to turn this sweet tag into the focal point of your pretty card. I never know quite what to do with these tags. Of course I love this cheeky red robin, and he looks right at home on the soft green and gold. That freebie EF is beautiful too! The gold framing sets the entire design off just splendidly. TFS & happy 2017. Hugs

  5. What a lovely gold frame and sweet tag design.

    Hugs diane

  6. Wonderful tag card, PAt. The gilded font on the tag is so gorgeous. Love that you matted the background with the gold too.

  7. What a great idea to turn the tag into a beautiful card. I love the richness of the gold against the white. xx

  8. LOVE that you turned your tag into a card and I love all that gold too! That robin is adorable! Thank you for popping by my blog again today! Have a wonderful weekend my friend! Hazel xx


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