Stampin’ Up! Tin of Tags Alternate Cards and Blog Candy Winners

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Tin of Tags

I couldn’t wait to open up the Tin of Tags Project Kit. It has enough supplies for 30 tags – 3 of 10 designs. That should cover most if not all of your gift list! I love the coordinating stamp set and have already used it for other projects. This is the contents in the Kit:
* Printed tags
* Die-cut shapes
* Silver and white baker’s twine, 7 yards (6.4 m)
* 6 red tassels
* 3 each wood snowflakes and bows
* Circle sequins
* Star sequins
* Washi tape, 5 yards (4.6 m)
* 3 silver doilies
* Printed tin box with lid

 

After I made one of each of the tags, I decided to see what else I could make with the supplies and these are a couple of cards I created:

By Debbie Mageed, Tin of Tags, Basket of Wishes, Frosted Medallions, Wondrous Wreath, Stampin Up

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This card, using Wondrous Wreath, will be a great card for Thanksgiving! I used the wooden bow and the oval from the Tin of Tags, added texture with the Brick Wall TIEF and some dazzle by heat embossing the wreath with Pear Pizzazz and Copper and the Copper thread under the sentiment from Basket of Wishes. On the inside, the sentiment is from Frosted Medallions and the beautiful flourish is in Seasonal Bells. All of these sets are in the Holiday Catalog and will be great additions to your holiday stamp collection!

 

By Debbie Mageed, Tin of Tags, It's a Celebration, Basket of Wishes, Stampin Uptin-of-tags-its-a-celebration-basket-of-wishes-stampin-up-inside

This card can be used for so many winter occasions! I love the foil snowflakes, don’t you? The sentiment is also in the Basket of Wishes and the tag, circle snowflakes all came from the Tin of Tags. Inside, the sentiment is from It’s a Celebration.

It’s All in the Tin of Tags Details

  • Stamp Sets: Wondrous Wreath, Basket of Wishes, It’s a Celebration, Frosted Medallions, Seasonal Bells
  • Paper: Sweet Sugarplum, Island Indigo, Crumb Cake, Pear Pizzazz
  • Ink: Island Indigo, Smoky Slate, Crumb Cake, Pear Pizzazz
  • Cool Tools: Wonderful Wreath Framelits, Snow Burst TIEF, Brick Wall TIEF
  • Finishing Touch: Sweet Sugarplum Ribbon from Glitter Ribbon Combo Pack, Copper Metallic Thread, Burlap Ribbon, Frosted Sequin Embellishments, Clear Embossing Powder, Copper Embossing Powder, Basic Rhinestones

Blog Candy Winners

Well, I hope I have convinced you to see that the Tin of Tags is a great investment since you can use it in many different ways! And, as I promised. one of you who commented on this blog post will win one! I had 9 comments and Random.org chose:

#3 Micheline Lueken, who said, “My favorite has to be the Starlight bundle. I always say I’m going to start my card making at the beginning of the year so I can be finished with time to relax. Have I even started yet?”

I also am choosing another winner for the Hello Lovely Project Life Card Collection. Random.org chose:

#6 Dayle Schenk, who said, “My favorite product in the holiday catalog is the Christmas Cookie Cutter Bundle. It is so versatile. I think this year’s holiday catalog is one of the best Stampin’ UP has put out! Went to a scrapbooking retreat last weekend and got my holiday cards started. I’m so proud of me! :)”

Micheline and Dayle, please email me your mailing addresses so I can mail your prizes to you!

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3 Comments

  1. I love your alternate ideas for the Tin of Tags supplies. Very pretty cards! Especially love the silver doilies against the Sweet Sugarplum! Off to pin….

  2. Love these cards! Your creativity with ” parts” is inspiring. And I love the insides as much as the outsides! So polished!

  3. Sweet card. Love the colors you used.

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