You're going to LOVE these his and hers tags created by Jane Knudsen, today's guest stamper and a member of my Stampin' Pretty Pals Community
. Jane's use of shapes and dimension really make these tags extraordinary! Jane does not have a blog but has provided the details for these fabulous paper crafting works of art below!
I die cut love and the u from thankful 6 times (2 in whisper white, 2 in pink pirouette, 2 in sahara sand) and glued together to give a thicker die.
Paper: whisper white, pink pirouette, sahara sand
Tools: scalloped tag topper punch, heart framelits, expressions thinlits
Embellishments: button, linen thread, white ribbon
I used chipboard and island indigo to make the 4 u. I cut one of the three tags I made at an angle to add a little oomph to the tag.
Paper: very vanilla, island indigo, early espresso, chipboard (retired)
Tools: angled tag topper punch, typeset alpha bigz
I'm flying back from the Stampin' Up! Leadership Conference in Houston today. What an incredible time demonstrators had! I got to see many members of my Stampin' Pretty Pals Virtual Community
and was inspired with new ideas and products.
STAMPIN' UP! BLENDABILITIES COMING SOON!
Did you see my announcement on my Stampin' Pretty Facebook page
about the introduction of Blendabilities to the Stampin' Up! product line up (expected availability by March 31)? They are alcohol-based markers with incredible water coloring possibilities (and much more), much like Copic Markers but they will coordinate beautifully with Stampin' Up! colors, cardstock, ink and more!