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Thursday, August 2, 2012

The Pride's Tag Swap

Hello all!!!  The Pride had a tag swap and I wanted to show you what I did!  I made this set of tags for Elsa.  I sure hope she likes it! The requirements were that it had to have 6 tags, the tags had to be what our partner would like, and the holder decorating was what we would like.  Well, Elsa loves girly things, ribbons and lace, pinks, roses and butterflies.  This is what I came up with for her.
 I chose papers by Carta Bella, called Beautiful Moments.  I added flowers and bling from Recollections, and the butterflies are by Momenta.
 This is the back of the folder.
 Here is the inside of the folder.  I altered the pockets a little from the original folder pattern.  It has two smaller pockets on the left and the right, each has a small manilla tag.  The middle pocket holds 4 large manilla tags.  The charms are also by Momenta.
 I made some additional tags for Elsa using the stickers that came with the paper kit. I put them on more manilla paper so that she could use them for journaling tags if she wanted.  I made a little pocket out of a die cut fence to house the ticket tags in.  I punched the butterfly and used pop dots to give the wings more dimension.
The tags were to be stamped with images so that they could be used as is, or cut apart and used in smaller pieces.  I added a couple of charms to the tags as well.  She can use them on projects with the tags or by themselves.

I hope that when she gets them she ROARS so loud that the neighbors complain!!!

Stay Crafty, My Friends!


PS:  She got them today, and she said she loved it!!!!  Yeah!

3 comments:

Audrey Frelx said...

Yes, she'll really like your pretty tags!

Helen said...

Very pretty. I really like how the pockets in the folder are different from each other. Helen (Sydney)

scrappymo! said...

You always have such creative projects. This one is no exception.
Gorgeous job.