Happy weekend!  I hope your weekend has started off with a bang and if you some getting snow . . . I hope you are staying warm!  We are getting snow today and it’s darn right cold . . . definitely not my short weather.  However, it’s a great day to get in the studio and work.  I had so  much going on this past week, that I didn’t get to spend too  much time in the studio.

I’ve been watching Tim’s 12 Tags of Christmas and the Wendy Vecchi Yahoo Group is playing along Wendy style, as well.  There are others doing tags this way or that way . . . there are just tags everywhere!

I haven’t made a conscious effort to thing of the tags this year and am not planning on playing along one way or the other.  However, when I sat down at my work table today what did I do . . . a tag!  Now don’t go getting all excited that you are going to be seeing 12 tags here this week.  I just didn’t feel like making a card and reached for a tag instead.  However, you never know with me . . . because I never know either!


The tag is covered with different paper designs from My Mind’s Eye Holly Jolly and the border was die cut/embossed with S4-242 Big Scalloped Borderabilities Petite and glue down to the other layers.

The snowman image is from a new set I just received, Darcie’s Simply Charmed Stamp Set.  It was stamped in Jenni Bowlin Chili Powder ink and then die cut/embossed with S4-161 Labels One.  I die cut another layer with Labels One to highlight the snowman image, which was sanded and then inked with Old Paper Distress Inks.


The snowflake is made by die cutting/embossing the two smaller shapes in Spellbinders™ S4-286 2010 Snowflake Pendant.  The layers were then covered in Ranger Glossy Accents and sprinkled with crystal glitter.  The snowflake held together with some craft wire and a vintage button.

I used one of the coupons from the Holly Jolly paper, inked the edges in Chili Powder and put it in place with a Tim Holtz idea-ology Memo Pin.

The ribbon on the tag is May Arts from Stamp Simply Ribbon Store.  I distressed the Ivory Crochet Lace and Sage Twill with Old Paper Distress Inks.  The red ribbon is actually Ivory Wrinkle Ribbon that I dyed with the Chili Powder ink.  A great way to get matching ribbon for your projects!

Well, that’s all for now!  I’m heading back to the studio to work on a few more projects.  I hope you have a fabulous weekend and thanks for stopping by today!


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12 Responses to “Charmed Tag!”

  1. So pretty! I love it, tag I’m it!!!!!

  2. Well, it’s absolutely gorgeous even though it’s not from Tim or Wendy style. I love it! The snowflake is stunning!

  3. Awesome tag! Love the snowflake!

  4. Very pretty. Wish I had more time to work on tags. Will be lucky to get cards and decorating done in time. Edna

  5. you have outdone yourself-continue to inspire those of us with min talent.

  6. Tag, now you are “it”!! LOL. I think your tag is marvelous. I haven’t had time to make any tags, but I sure do enjoy seeing everyone’s tags on the blogs.
    We got snow here today, Sherri, If you want some snow to go with the cold come on over and up.(Isn’t that about right on the direction? )

  7. Great tag!! I love the colors and the snowflake especially well. Another “Sherry Sensational”!

  8. Awesome tag……..I love how you did your snowflakes!!! That snowman is just too darn cute……I might just have to pick up this set…….like I need another Christmas/Winter set, but then you can never have too many stamps!!! 🙂

  9. Loving that vintage feel, that snowflake is terrific, love the button it’s just perfect for it!

  10. I just love your tag. Please make at least a few more – you’re work is amazing.

  11. Can I be expecting one of these in the mail? This is so cute …..Love all the details. Your creativity is, as always, over the top!

  12. Love it, great job! Thanks so much for using my stamp! 🙂

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