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Saturday, October 23, 2010

A {Lil' Inker Tag} Sketch For You To Try

Well, it's the weekend, so Happy Saturday! As I sat down last night to create for Jen's Sketch For You To Try, I was gathering my thoughts about what to do, stamps to use, papers, etc. Knowing that this week's sketch is sponsored by Lil' Inkers Designs (yay!), I wasn't sure what stamp set to pair it with, or whether to make an inspired patterned paper be the focal point.

Then it hit me--the sketch would work perfectly for a TAG!! Not that tags are any faster than making a card (trust me, sometimes that little "canvas" can be tricky!), I was excited to get started. Like I said before, Lil' Inkers is our sponsor this week and Laura has been so gracious as to let us use her Stamp/Die set called Sentiment Flags for our projects this week. Ya'll KNOW I'm a big fan of the "sentiment flag" style, so this little gadget is going to come in handy!

If I was a smarter girl, I would have done this a little differently and in all boy colors. I could have stuck a cookie in the tin and called it good. Eric's birthday is tomorrow and we are so thankful to have him here (he deserves a lot more than a cookie, but he would be surprised I made him this!). He said all he wants is to sleep in in the morning, so I think the girls and I will accomodate him. Who knows, maybe I'll get really motivated and make a big breakfast for him! I'll be going out this afternoon to see if there are any more American League Champions Ranger shirts left...in blue...he looks terrible in red. Go Rangers!! And HAPPY BIRTHDAY, ERIC!!

SUSIE Q-TIP: Actually this whole post ought to be a tip. Use a card sketch to create a tag. Simple as that.

Remember to check out all the inspiration that can be found at each of the SFYTT sisters' blogs! Jen's on the lookout for the next Designer of the Month, so be sure to link up your creation to her blog this week. When uploading to online galleries, please use the keyword SFYTT!
Amy R.
Amy S.
Kelly
Amber Hight
Jenn Diercks
Megan Lock
Sony Cristoph
Jodi Collins
Carole Burrage

Stamps: Sentiment Flags (Lil' Inker w/ag Designs)
Paper: Kraft, White, Black, Aqua Mist, Hawaiian Shores, Golden Harvest (PTI), Runway Dots (Heidi Swapp)
Ink: Brilliance Graphite Black (Tsukineko)
Accessories: Sentiment Flag Die (Lil' Inker Designs), Rolled Rose Die-namics (MFT), Scallop Border Die (PTI), Large Dots Embossing Folder, Cuttlebug, Circle and Scallop Circle Punches, Corner Rounder, Paper Piercer/Mat Pack, Felt (MFT), Divine Twine (TCP), Button and Ribbon (PTI), Glue Dots, Jody Boosters
Finished Size: 2 3/4 X 4"

13 comments:

  1. Happy Birthday Eric! That project/tag is adorable. Love the idea. So fabulous!

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  2. Absolutely adorable! That flower and flag are the perfect match!

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  3. Beautiful tag and colors, love your work.

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  4. Wonderful idea to use a sketch for a tag and yours is awesome. That flower is gorgeous. TFS.

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  5. What an adorable tag...love how you used Jen's sketch to make a tag, so fun!

    Happy Birthday together. Hope you all have a wonderful day with him!

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  6. Oh this is SOOO GREAT!! Thank you so much for your support with Sentiment Flags. I'm so glad you enjoyed working with it. Yay! And Happy Birthday, Eric!!

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  7. Golly, is this a great idea or what!! Love your tag. Happy Bday DH!!!

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  8. loooove it. love making tags and your tip is so fun. a great sketch can be used many ways!

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  9. Is there a tutorial somewhere on how to use the Rose die?

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