I think I finished my Christmas shopping today!! Unless I've forgotten somebody on my list, all I have to do now is wrap and mail!
Tim's Day 7 tag looked so involved and detailed...until I started reading. It's simple masking. I'm all for Tim selling his product with these tags (after all that's why he does them). But I have to day....BUY STICKY NOTES! for this! (eyeroll)
Once I figured out what he was doing with that fancy masking sheet....it was a simple matter to use the sticky note I always use and get on with it! After I sponged around Santa (and the mask), I used my aqua painter to give his face some detail.I added the pom-pom ball fringe because it seemed to need some green at the bottom.
Stamps: Stampers Anonymous LETTER'S TO SANTA; Cornish Heritage Farms/The Rummage Bin: WINTER VINTAGE SIGNAGE
Ink: Distress Ink: Scattered Straw, Peeled Paint, Fired Brick; Archival black
Accessories: Button, Scrappers Floss, Snow Cap Dabber, gold embossing powder, aqua painter, and Stickles
Tim's Day 8 tag was beautiful. But here again (and I'm not the only one...I've seen the same comment on other blogs) what the heck is that key doing on his tag??? (another eyeroll).
I sponged my tag with Shabby Shutters/Scattered Straw and sprinkled water on the tag. Then I stamped holly sprigs in Peeled Paint. And put red Stickles over the holly berries. Then while that was drying I followed Tim's directions for the "parchment" vellum. The little girl was stamped with Archival on glossy paper and then watercolored with my aqua painter. And of course my trusty Martha Stewart holly punch. (grin)
Stamps: Oxford Impressions WINTER SNOW
Paper: tag, vellum, glossy
Ink: Distress Ink: Shabby Shutters, Scattered Straw, and Peeled Paint; Archival black
Accessories: Stickles, aqua painter, gold cord, and Martha Stewart Holly punch