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Thursday, 15 September 2011

Take Time To Enjoy Life - Gingersnap Challenge

The challenge this week at Gingersnap's is to use crimpers (that's a ribbler to us Northerners lol) I was looking for my TH glassine paper when I came across these Sara's Surfaces 'tag in a bag'. I stamped the bag with a couple of Wendy Vecci HUGE bacground stamps then ribbled away. The Art Declasified stamp has been stamped in coffee onto my new favourite La Blanche card and edged with Broken China & Tea Dye. If you look really really closely you'll see the TH ribbed glassine under this.
The tag has been inked in blue DI's and stamped with TH swirls. I'm not sure that I'm a fan of this card, the ink just sat on top and bled so I heated with a heat gun and that didn't work so I finally covered with embossing powder. I think the quote is a Just For Fun stamp that I've had forever. The flower stamps are by Kanban, and a bit of seam binding to finish.
I really enjoyed making this, and I love the idea of a tag in a bag. Thanks very much for looking x

10 comments:

  1. Love the tag in a bag idea and absolutely love how you did this one. Ribbling indeed hehe .... yep i am a northerner too but between Yorks and Durham
    hugs June x

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  2. "Ribbler"--that's so much more fun to say than crimper!


    I REALLY like this, Sue--the tag, the image--thank you for joining in the Spicy Supply Challenge at GC!

    :)

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  5. Sorry about the deleted comments Cheryl, you havn't been naughty it's just that I published your e-mail address :o) x

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  6. Love the tag in a bag idea and that's a great stamp, they look like a right bunch of characters! xx

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  7. Great project! I've never heard it called a ribbler before, but then again I'm a southerner from Kent, so what do we know :) Thanks for playing the Gingersnap Creations challenge!

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  8. What a great idea to "ripple" the glassine paper! Thanks for joining us at Gingersnap Creations.

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  9. A fantastic idea and a great project. Looks fabulous.

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  10. Sue! Congratulations to you on being chosen as a Ginger Gem in the Gingersnap Creations Spicy Supply Challenge!

    :)

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Thank you so much for your comments x