Hi there! It’s an honor to participate in this year’s 25 Days of Christmas Tags 2020 event, representing My Favorite Things, together with some of my talented teammates. For the occasion, I created a simple, frosty tag with the gorgeous Snowflake Window Die-namics.
Tracey Mcneely from the blog In My Creative Opinion, came up with this fun blog hop back in 2010 and each year there are more sponsors (26 this year!), prizes and participants. Today, 26 November, is actually a bonus day sponsored by MFT and one lucky winner is going to receive a $50 gift voucher to the MFT Boutique!
IN THIS LINK, you can find the guidelines that you need to follow in order to possibly win one of the fabulous sponsored prizes. OK, now let me tell you a little bit more about my frosty tag…
I started by doing some ink blending with three tones of Distress Oxide Ink (Tumbled Glass, Broken China and Faded Jeans) on a piece of Ken Oliver Watercolor Paper. Once the paper was completely dry, I cut it with the Treat Tag Die-namics.
I also used it, together with the before-mentioned Snowflake Window Die-namics, to die cut a decorative cover for my tag, out of Smooth White Card Stock. To make it easier to adhere, I backed with Stick-It adhesive before die cutting it.
Before adhering it to my tag, I applied “Fresh Snowfall” Nuvo Glitter Accents all over it, to give it that frosty look. Once the tag was assembled, I added a circle of Heavyweight Translucent Vellum with a sentiment from the gorgeous Mini Merry Messages. I hid some mini glue dots behind the silver embossed letters, to adhere it.
The last touches were a scalloped topper in silver, some baker’s twine in white and blue, and three blue rhinestones. That’s it from me for today. Thank you so much for stopping by! Click HERE to get back to Tracey’s Blog. You might also want to check out THIS recent card (with a frosty iceprincess) or THIS adorable winter scene (with fawns and a Pure Innocence cutie).
List of MFT supplies used for frosty tag
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