Tuesday, December 24, 2013

SRM Tube--a Gift Idea

 Today is Christmas Eve! I am sure you have lots of last-minute things to do...
Here is a small gift idea with a handmade tag.
Merry Christmas (Tube)
Paper: Kraft paper by Hero Arts
Pattern paper: Aspen Frost by Basic Grey
Wooden stamp: children at Table by Hero Arts
Ink: Cup O’ Joe Mid tone Shadow Ink by Hero Arts
Accessories: SRM Stickers, The Twinery (Platinum), SRM Tube
Tools: Martha Stewart Scallop Circle punch (EK Success), Circle punch (Staples), Spellbinders (Oval)

.    Make card from card stock, Cut a triangle off at bottom
.    Stamp Children At Table and apply sentiment
.    Make die cut, make tag
.    Adhere small kraft circle , punch a hole
.    Tie the tag and make a bow with twines

I am keeping the post short and sweet.  Gotta dash!

Santa will be here before you know it:)
Yes, Virginia...there is a Santa Clause
I hope you enjoy the warmth and love with your loved ones on this special time of the year!
Thanks for stopping by!


Greta said...

Great idea--darling tag! Merry Christmas, Virginia!

Nonni said...

What a fun idea! Merry Christmas and thank you for the inspiration you and your blog provide day after day! xx

Trinh said...

Cute & fun! Wishing you & your family a joyous Christmas!

Lynn said...

Merry Christmas to you and your gorgeous family Virginia! I love your sweet little tag!

Sheila H said...

Sweet tag - great mix of shapes. Happy Christmas Eve and Merry Christmas!

~amy~ said...

I adore the silhouette image...awesome giftie!

Harriet said...

Merry Christmas, Virginia, and a Happy, healthy New Year!!!

Barb Ghig said...

Such a fun idea, Virginia! Merry Christmas to you and your family!

sandie said...

Merry Xmas Virginia, gorgeous tag x

Miriam Prantner said...

Love that sweet image Virginia! Hoping that your Christmas is warm and electrified!

rcwidow (Linda) said...

Merry Christmas!

Angi Barrs said...

Super adorable tube! Hope you and your family had a MERRY CHRISTMAS!

Katie Ann Brooks said...

Fabulous V, I just love the shapes and how you went over the edges! This rocks my world!