Tiny Tags includes a super fun assortment of tiny tag images, tag shapes, tiny mats and tiny sentiment. Here's a sample of just a few... These polka dot tags inspired me to create an adorable baby girl card. I thought it would be fun and fitting to create a baby mobile theme using these tiny tag treasures.
I started by die cutting from Rustic Cream carstock and stamping the flower, star and heart tags in Raspberry Fizz & Summer Sunrise. Into the middle of each tag I stamped the letters to spell out "GIRL" using Simple Alphabet. Attached a strand of twine behind each tag and attached the loose ends together at the top of the card base. Then attached the tiny tags to the card base with dimensional adhesive.
To the top of the card base, I attached a coordinating hand stamped strip of cardstock (created using Modern Basics) and then hid the twine ends with a large Raspberry Fizz button & tag. The tag was die cut using the Tiny Tags Die. Then stamped with a "Special Deliver" (from Postmarked) in Raspberry Fizz, a stitched heart in Summer Sunrise and "Baby" in True Black (both from Tiny Tags), and then tied to the button before it was attached.
Now here's a look at how I created the coordinating hand stamped pattern paper using Modern Basics (also available March 15)...
Here's How: (Before I start, I want to note that the pattern on this card was created in the same fashion) Start with a butterfly stamped at the top and center of the cardstock.
Flip over and stamp again on either side.
Turn image again and stamp to finish the first row.
Start the next row in the center, with the butterfly in the opposide direction as the one above.
Continue to stamp the next row in the same fashion.
Now to incorporate the coordinating colors... Stamp the smallest solid square into all of the smaller squares of the butterfly images. I completed this step using Raspberry Fizz ink.
To finish it off, stamp a larger solid square with in the largest squares of all the butterfly images. I used Summer Sunrise ink for this step. Then trim to fit your project.
It sure was fun exploring different way to attach these tiny tags to today's project. For even more Tiny Tags fun, stop by and check out what the rest of the Design Team has up their sleeves...
- Nichole Heady
- Betsy Veldman
- Dawn McVey
- Heather Nichols
- Lisa Johnson
- Melissa Phillips
- Michelle Wooderson
- Erin Lincoln
- Jessica Witty
- Danielle Flanders
Thanks for stopping by, have a great one!