Monday, 4 October 2010

Tag's for October Swap


Just a quickie here to let you know that over at Tag, You're It! our theme for the October Swap is Feeling Fruity and I'm hosting that swap.  The idea is that you make 3 tags based on the theme, send them into me by 25th October at the latest, along with a SAE and I will mix it all up and send you back 3 tags from the other players.  It's great fun and it's always lovely to receive another blogger's beautiful art through the mail, and there's always the surprise element of not know who's you're going to get!.

My tags were made using a SU set and a tapestry twig stamp along the bottom edge - very, very simple!  A bit of glitter and bling here and there and voila!  I was really pleased with them, and I hope whoever receives them will be just as chuffed!

Thanks for stopping by!  :o) xx

8 comments:

  1. Love your bright cheerful tags.

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  2. yummm these are just fabulous! Love the colours, the images and the touch of gingham! fabulous makes! Hugs Juls

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  3. Hi Anne
    Long time no see and now that I've had a wander round your wonderful creations I wonder how much more inspiration I've missed. Love the stuff you've done with Teri's digi's she's a talented lady and you've done amazing things with her work.
    Hope all is well with you and yours
    Much Love
    x Michelle

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  4. Oh wow!
    Anne these are totally delicious!
    hugs
    kim x

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  5. Yay Anne I am so happy to be on the Delicious doodles DT with you :D
    As always these are just perfect!

    Hugs

    Amy xx

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  6. Your tags are super, Anne! I have bought lots of gingham in preparation for making my Christmas cards!!! I know it's too early to mention that! :D

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  7. Anne, I love the tags. And I love the green man in the post below and the wonderful October quote that goes with it.

    About my faux leather KIS entry: I used Moon Shadow mists and inks on it. All MS mists contain a walnut ink plus a colored mica. I worked mostly with sapphire, which gives that lovely lavender hint of color. You can check them out at: http://www.lindystampgang.com.

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