Christmas Tag featuring Stampin’ Up! Wonderland

Christmas Tag featuring Stampin’ Up! Wonderland & a massive Year End Sale

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Well I almost managed a week without a Christmas project, but I couldn’t resist much longer, so I ‘m back today with a gorgeous tag (oh how modest of me lol!) I made using the Stampin’ Up! Wonderland – what do you think? Gorgeous isn’t it?

Stampin' Up! Wonderland Christmas Tag Tracy May

It was sooooo simple too – it just required a little drying time as I used the Craft White ink pad, which is a slow drying ink. Simply stamp the background trees in a strong green, I used Mossy Meadow, then stamp over the top with the Craft White ink. Mine was a bit juicy and mixed with the Mossy Meadow on the card stock but I love the effect. I stamped the ink splatter from Gorgeous Grunge, also using Craft White ink to create a blurry snowy effect. I decided to add the sentiment to a long banner that I punched a hole through and threaded on to the same ribbon as goes through the main tag, I love the look!

Stampin' Up! Wonderland Christmas Tag Tracy May

If you don’t already own Stampin’ Up! Wonderland stamp set, go check out the End of Year Sale – it’s included in there along with lots of other gorgeous stamp sets. Last orders for guaranteed delivery before Christmas is Sunday 13th December! The sale runs until 4th January 2016. And don’t forget to add the code if your order is under £150 to receive a free gift from me too. (Link on side bar for more information).

If you would like any of the products used and are happy to shop with me, simply click on the table below and you will be taken to my online shop, don’t forget to enter the code shown below and on the side bar for your free gift. Thanks for your support!

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