Sunday, July 5, 2009

Quilling Tags and Cards.

Tags, tags and more Tags. I am just so into this tag making. When I will ever use them I don't know, I will probably end up giving the tags as gifts.

I am still quilling. Big surprise. I should say I am still using the many quilled flowers I have made in the past week. Now this first one is NOT quilled but it is a tag. Using some of the Designer Paper a cousin gave me and some teeny tiny buttons I found in a jar on my shelf. I did this tag freehand. Not a good idea. They come out much better cut on the Cricut; and so much easier too. Just set it and zippo, presto, a tag and perfectly matching shadow is made.

For this one I used my Cuttlebug die to cut out the "it's a boy", and my Scor-pal to score accent lines above and below the words. Here is the whole set I made this weekend. I love that I am using my fiber and ribbon. I uploaded this out of sequence but didn't want to go back and re do it. Oh well.
I love the look of this one. I went outside the box colorwise. I am so not into brights, but the DP just happened to match two roses that I had made and miracle of miracles, ribbon to match. This was cut on the Cricut using the George Cartridge tag #1 and the shadow for the tag at 3 1/2 inches. The leaves are the Martha Stewart Rose leaf punch and the branch punch

Tag is cut with the Cricut George cartridge also but at 4 1/2 inches. I used my new Quickutz
"Stripe Frame" embossing folder. Quilled flower and crystals and ribbon from Walmart. SU sentiment.

another 4 1/2 inch Tag, quilled fringed flowers, the DP doesn't show up very well but it truly adds to the piece.


Rachel said...

Amazing Tags!!! I love the detail!

Carrie said...

Those tags are so cute. I'm going to have to break out my cricut again and use my George. LOL Great job

stampinganja said...

Those tags are beautiful!
Nice work. thanks for sharing, Anja

Lesley said...

love these becki ... they are just gorgeous

Inna D. said...

They are so pretty!