Happy almost November! Lisa here, and I’ve really enjoyed this geometric challenge. Might be because I’ve had these dies burning a hole in my stash and needed a reason to use them.
I made a gift tag. Tis the season and I’m always making something as a gift and by the time I’m finished with a gift, I’d rather not have to make a card or tag to go with it, so I thought I’d build up a stockpile. I did some simple watercoloring and then once it was dry, used a small hexagon die to cut out some particularly interesting sections of the watercolor paper.
The tag itself is made from two sheets of cardstock adhered together, and die cut with the largest of the new Hero Arts infinity tag dies. That set may as well just stay on top of my desk, I know I’ll get so much use from it. And you’ll notice that I used one of the reinforcement dies to add some glitter cardstock to the top.
I love the font for this “to” and “from”. It’s from the Color Layering Wreath set from Hero Arts and I love that it looks like it could be handwritten. If you had nice handwriting. So, not mine. 🙂
The background of the tag was stamped using the Branches Bold Prints stamp, and I wiped a bit of ink off of it before I stamped. I wanted to be able to write a message on the tag without too much interference.
You’ve got just a couple hours left to enter the challenge. Come back tomorrow to see who won!