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Tag, You’re IT!

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Paper Craft Planet’s 3D Tuesday Challenge,  3D38 challenge, “Tag You’re It” is from Susanna Boyd.  The VIDEO tutorial Susanna did is AWESOME (with a new fold for a tag holder!) & she’s right it takes no time what so ever. I did spend a bit more time on the tags themselves with the nestabilities {flourish thing} & cuttlebug ornament die cuts, & some copper embossing, but the tag holder itself … MINUTES. LOVE IT.

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The book holds 8 ornament tags.

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Here they are:

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Give this challenge a go (on from Tuesday to Monday 23rd November), you’ll be surprised how quick it is to make.

Used:  Merry Moments DSP (Stampin’ Up), Spellbinders Bordabilities 12″ Illumination Border, Inkadinkado Christmas Season Clear Stamps, Copper EP, Versamark Ink, Recollections Rhinestone Pearl Stickers, Martha Stewart  Ribbon, white string, Provocraft Ornament Die Cut, Chocolate Chip CS, Nestabilities Scalloped Rectangle, Grid PP (unknown scraps).

Baby Tags

For these Onsies, I used a template from Adela .

You can have a chance at WINNING this template just by entering the Tuesday 3D Challenge, 3D31, Tag It Clearly .

I printed out the template & then cut it out by hand–quick to do (really). For the Blue Bib, I used Nesties. Next time somebody is expecting twin boys, I am so ready, just throw in the gift certificate & go!

Here’s my go with the 3D31 Challenge to create a See-Thru Tag.  At the back of the card, I cut out another Nestie, to cover up the back of the embellishment.

Be sure to check out other 3D31-Tag It Clearly Submissions over at Paper Craft Planet.

Wine Favour Tag Using Pop Cans

Another fun challenge on SplitCoastStampers: from Julia, WT160, using S.U. Rub On Transfers. I saw a Wine Favour Tag made by Karen that I really wanted to try, so I put the two together and came up with punching out a Pop Can with the oval punch & Voilà:

Here’s what I used the for the S.U. Rub On Transfers: POP CANS! It cut like butter, no prob’s: