It’s day two of six in this year’s tag series – a fun ink masking technique you can use for tags, cards, or lots of different crafty projects!
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Get out your Misti or MiniMisti and some beautiful multi-word sentiments….pick out your favorite inks and grab those sticky notes and let’s get busy stamping!
As I do every year – I’ll pick four winners for todays four tags – and will do the same with all six sets this week! Leave a comment and tell me your fave color combo for Christmas cards/decor….and good luck winning!
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- Warmest Wishes by Christine Herrin, Essentials by Ellen Clear Stamps
- Retro Holiday Greetings by Julie Ebersole, Essentials By Ellen Clear Stamps
- Tag Trio by Christine Herrin, Essentials by Ellen Designer Dies
- Catherine Pooler Ink Pads:
- Mini MISTI Laser Etched Stamping Tool (6-1/8 X 7), My Sweet Petunia
- Craft Assistant, Essentials by Ellen
- Solar White – 25 pk, Neenah Classic Crest Cardstock
- Uni-ball Impact Gel Pen White
I love how you made these. They look fabulous!
I love how simple these are. The stamping of the sentiment, not simple, but overall simple design. Even I might be able to make these. Love the ideas. Thanks!
Those little tags are a TON of work!! Yikes! Cute but way toooooo involved for my instant needs. You have the patience of a saint.
Love the CP ink color combos, now I’ve got to get masking!
My favorite color combo for Christmas, today, is red and green!
So cute. Not sure I would have the patience to mask off all the words in some of those sentiments, but the end result might (maybe) persuade me. Thanks for sharing such cute ideas.
How did you know I’ve been thinking about ink masking 😉 These tags are delightful! Love your color palettes…running soon to dig up up those Christmas sentiments! Thanks for sharing 🙂
thanx for the inspiration..
In fact its fun – In Denmark we have christmas as the big thing – so gift, food etc – al are happening evening 24th.. sad for kids – they miss 1 chocolate/gift/whatever in their calendar 😀
Love this, technique is great. I am going to try this.
Always great inspiration – love the colors!