December 15, 2013

BasicGrey Challenges # 110...Farewell Challenge...Seasonal Tag cards.



Hey stampin' friends! I was sad to read that this is the very last challenge over at BasicGrey Challenges. BasicGrey challenges was one of the very first challenges that I joined when I first started blogging. It was so wonderful finding a challenge and crafty friends who shared my same love of all things BasicGrey! I was also SO fortunate to be able to join the BG Challenges DT with Jo, Martine and Heather and all the fabulous BG challenges DT members and guests. I'm sad to say farewell to BasicGrey Challenges!

So, I just had to join the farewell BasicGrey Challenge...Anything Goes. So, I pulled out my new fave BasicGrey 6X6 paper pad,  25th and Pine and made several festive Tag cards with the My Favorite Things Stamps, Die-namics and Blueprints 9.

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First up, I made this tag card with the Blueprints 9 with the gorgeous Hybrid Camellia Flower Die-namics and the Layered Leaves Die-namics. I also used the stitched border from Blueprints 1 and the sentiment is from the LLD Holiday Subway Art Stamp set. I stamped it with MFT Sweet Tooth Premium Pigment ink and then embossed it with AC Zing White Embossing powder. I used MFT Replenishments Heavyweight Card Stock in Red Hot, Bubblegum Pink, Gumdrop Green and Sno Cone.

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On this card I used Nightshift Blue Heavyweight Card Stock and made another Hybrid Camellia Flower from Red Hot Heavyweight Card Stock. I stamped and embossed another sentiment from the LLD Holiday Subway Art Stamp set.

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Up next, I used the Ornament Banner Builder and Ornament Banner Die-namics. I stamped the ornaments in MFT Premium Dye Ink in Red Hot, Steel Blue and Gumdrop Green.  I used Steel Blue Heavyweight Card Stock and stamped and embossed a sentiment from the Ornament Banner Builder Stamp set.

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Here's the second card with the Ornament Banner Builder and Ornament Banner Die-namics. I used MFT Replenishments Heavyweight Card Stock in Red Hot and stamped with Sweet Tooth Premium Pigment Ink and embossed with AC Zing White Embossing Powder. I also stamped and embossed the decorative embellishment from the LLD Holiday Subway Art Stamp set.

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The next set of card tags with made with the Blueprints 9 features the LJD Snowflake Splendor Stamp set and Snowflake Splendor Die-namics. I cut the snowflakes out from Steel Blue Heavyweight Card Stock and stamped with MFT Premium Pigment Ink in Sweet Tooth and embossed with AC Zing White Embossing Powder. I also stamped and embossed a sentiment from the LLD Snowflake Splendor Stamp set.

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Here, I cut the snowflakes from Natural Heavyweight Card Stock and stamped with MFT Premium Pigment Ink in Sweet Tooth and embossed with AC Zing White Embossing Powder. I also stamped and embossed a sentiment from the LLD Snowflake Splendor Stamp set. I also used a border stamp from the Sending Thanks Stamp set and stamped in Natural Premium Dye Ink pad.

Well, thanks SO much for stopping by and havin' a wee peek at my cards for the BasicGrey Challenges # 110 Farewell challenge and with My Favorite Things Stamps and Die-namics. 


6 comments:

Kristie @ mypaperlife.com said...

Your tags are all stunning! I love all the detail you put into each one. BG is one of my fave paper companies!

Tracey said...

Way to go out with a bang Tara!! These are incredible!! xx

Alina said...

they are so beautiful, Tara, thanks for the inspiration!

Jackie Pedro said...

I LOVE LOVE LOVE each one of these BEAUTIFUL cards, Tara! Hope you have a Merry Christmas!

Heather Jensen said...

LOVE your tag cards, Tara! You do such beautiful work. BG was my first favorite patterned paper line. My LSS quit carrying it a couple years ago and I never did order it. Love these patterns. :)

Shelly said...

These are fabulous! I love all the details! So beautiful!

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