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10/29/2017

Sun 29

Sweet Faerie Tag
by Jeanne Jachna

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I'm starting to focus on more holiday projects - Christmas Cards and tags to dress up packages!  Today I'm sharing a cute simple tag that will delight the young at heart!
Sweet-Wishes
I started with a Tucked Corner Tag cut from white card stock.  I added a small snowy border made with the Stitched Hills die to the bottom of the tag to add some detail to the snowy scene.   It's the perfect place for the igloo from the Wintertime Faeries clear stamp set.
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I stamped all the images with Memento Tuxedo Black Ink and colored them with Copic Markers before die cutting them with the coordinating die set.  I adhered all the images with adhesive foam tape.  I wanted to give the faerie the appearance of flight.  She's waving her magic want and leaving presents for everyone nice! 
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I
 added a string of die cut stars hanging from twine strung through the holes at the top of the tag.  Most twine has a tendency to unravel at the ends so I like to finish the ends with a knot.  For this one I added some glass beads.  The holidays require a little sparkle and shine! 
Sweet-Wishes
Have a great day! 
Jeanne Floral Signature copy

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Comments

This is sooooo cute, the fairy with the igloo - cool idea! Excuse the pun! xxx

Adorable tag !

Hi Jeanne, This is such a pretty faerie tag, I adore it !!
Lots of love from Patricia xx

The sweet wishes is totally a sweet creation - love the softness of the colors - great job on this beautiful tag Jeanne

This is just soooo adorable !!

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