I'm back today to show you all of the entries we received for the 12 Tags of Christmas contest. I want to stress again that all the tags were wonderful and unique and it was difficult to pick just ONE winner!
That being said, here are the tags in no particular order:
by: Tammy Vanhauen
by: Amanda Havon
by: Anita Schaub
by: Erica Wejshag
by: Jeremy in Georgia
by: Lina Wejshag
by: Marit Cronquist
by: Mary F.
by: Matthew James
by: Peggy Vanhauen
by: Pomaika'i in Hawaii
by: Vicky Hrabe
And here's one last peek at the winning tag by Kristen Anne Hermanny:
I also have a project to show you from our lovely CraftyDeb.
Here, CraftyDeb used the Quickutz Recipe Card Set to make a journal block for an upcoming page. She added the holly and berries from the Quickutz Jolly Gift Set alongside her journaling and just like that she has a wonderful handmade piece to add to her layout.
I've issued a challenge of sorts to our design team to see how many ways they can use these recipe cards on a page. Stay tuned to see what all they come up with!
The final project from today comes from Jenn. How many of you have seasonal dies? I know I do. Jenn took the Quickutz Revolution Scarecrow to a whole other level. Look:
Jenn turned that Scarecrow into a clown for her Circus page! Isn't that cute?!
I want to thank all of the participants in the tag contest again. You are appreciated! If you have not yet emailed me your mailing address please send it to me at Katie@scrap-mart.com.
If you haven't checked out the store swing by there and see what's going on. From now until Dec. 31st we will have a different item of the day at an unbeatable price!
We hope you all had a wonderful holiday with your family! As always, thanks for stoppin' by! We'll see you back here Wednesday to end the year right. And, if you have any ideas, feedback, or projects you'd like to share with us send 'em to me!
P.S. I've added a new link to the Sizzix Stack Matrix on the right side of the page under "Useful Info" (toward the bottom). You can refer to this anytime you have questions about what dies require which plates in various machines. You will need Acrobat Reader to view it! Please let me know if you have any questions! Thanks!