Monday, August 30, 2010

Project Twenty

So I am so sorry all! I have been swamped with getting back to school this year. I am back in college, so at my age and am classes and homework are something to get used to.

OK so I did this project at the beginning of the month for KinderStampO August tag swap. What is a tag swap you ask....I know I had to ask LOL!! OK so we had to make either 5, 10 or 15 tags with the theme, we were assigned Nature. So I made 10 of these tags sent them to Jess, along with a postage paid envelope. Once Jess got everyone, she sorted them as sent each of us the number of tags you sent from the others in the group. I got some beautiful tags. The came today, so I am really excited! So I will know so you the tag I made plus a quick photo of the ones I received.

PS I have to admit, I missed the theme when I started thinking of my tag, so I had to really get my tag together quick.

So here is my tag.

Recipe for the tag
made from Chipboard
Plantin Schoolbook Cartridge
Shadow feature
3 x 5
I tried a trick I heard about
I used the deep blade in the regular housing. It worked ONLY because I was going to cover the chipboard with paper. You could see some of the drag marks in the tag.

Base Pattern paper was Heidi Grace Designs
cut at 3.1 x 5.1 same tag as above.
I did hide the hole in DS
The paper was 2 sided which I used
one side for front one side for back!

Green Paper by Core'dinations
Cartridge: Plantin Schoolbook
Shift-Main button
2.85 x 3.85
then used the EK Success Medium Rounder punch on corners

Cartridge: Pooh Cartridge
cut at 2 1/4 inches

Basic Supplies
Prima Flowers
Orange and Brown Crystals
Mono Adhesive
Liquid Glue

Oh here is the picture of the tags I received

Thanks for looking!


  1. I love all of the tags. Congrats on going back to college.

  2. Welcome back, Beckie. We missed you. But I understand about being busy. Congratulations on going back to school. Remember to study hard during the week and have fun on the weekend. It worked for me when I was in college. Wish I had known about scrapbooking back then. It would've been such a great stress reliever after reading textbooks, working on papers and taking tests. There's nothing like scrapbooking a Disney item to put a smile on your face. Take care!