Ever had one of those days when you are in a rush to get things done and you are not giving your full attention to every detail? I had one of those with this image. I hit print and when I turned to get it off the printer tray I realized it was a full page instead of asking for a smaller size. I did not want to waste it so I decided to make a huge tag with it. I think it will work nicely on a gift for Christmas.
This little lady is Elf Kaylee from Some Odd Girl as the are sponsoring us at Penny's for our Merry Christmas challenge. Come on by and join us because we have two prizes up for grabs!
I started with a piece of new leaf cardstock that I layered with a recycled piece of corrugated cardboard and a light blue textured pattern paper. I added a strip of lace that has a hint of blue along the top. Before adhering my image, I checked for placement on the journal bracket. I stamped the sentiment on it and then put glue on the top of my image and placed as desired. Then I slid the journal bracket under and went back and glued the rest of the image down. I hope this makes sense. :-)
Challenges I would like to enter:
CCH: #96Anything Goes
Christmas Card All Year: Anything Goes
Creative Card Crew: Tis the Season
DYSU: #48 Ribbon
Die Cuttin' Divas: #44 Tags, tags,and more tags!
Papertake Weekly: Anything Goes
cardstock: Papertry Ink New Leaf
pattern paper: SEI Winter Song Ice
image: Some Odd Girl Elf Kaylee
stamp: CTMH Say It In Style
ink: Stampin' Up Chocolate Chip
die cut: Elle's Studio journal bracket
lace/trim: American Crafts (blue strip ribbon) Divine Twine pink, craft supply (lace)
button:American Crafts pink
meal/eyelet: craft supply
other: recycled cardboard
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