Tuesday, October 5, 2010

Lawn Fawn Oct. sneak: Frosties

I am giving you a sneak peek, of a stamp set called Frosties from Lawn Fawn Stamps.
This is a great twist on a snowflake stamp set, that is distinctive Lawn Fawn style.  For my project, I decided to make a cut tag set.  Besides making cards, I really love to make tags.  Tags just give a gift that final touch of class.  These were super simple to make (directions at the end of the post).  Head on over to the Lawn Fawn blog for a chance to win this stamp set.
Stop by the rest of the design team blogs to see their fantastic Frosties projects.
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Directions:
1.  Cut/emboss white card stock using the Spellbinders S5-25 Labels Seventeen.
2.  Stamp snowflakes in a blue ink.
3.  Distress the edges with ink.
4.  Cut/emboss vellum using the Labels Seventeen.
5.  Trim vellum, and stamp sentiment in red ink.
6.  Punch hole in tag, string ribbon through, tie with twine.
7.  Add gems to the centers of the snowflakes.


Materials Used:
Lawn Fawn Stamps
Palette ink
Versa Fine ink
Kaiser Craft rhinestones
Spellbinders Labels Seventeen
Distress ink
May Arts ribbon
twine
white card stock

9 comments:

Angie Blom said...

Oh my these tags are da bomb!! I so love these and I just got these spellbinder lables today.. so this stamps set would be so perfect!! I love everything you do Latisha. Xx

Tiff said...

I adore your tags!!!

Lea L. said...

These are such pretty tags! I love the color combo, and the jewels! Stamping on vellum was a great touch too! ♥♥♥

Mariana Grigsby said...

Latisha, I think those snowflakes are just perfect for tags!!! I love them, they look amazing! Thank you for sharing!

AJ said...

wowsers! love these!! and i agree- tags are sooo fun to make!!

Laurel said...

So cute. I love the vintage look. Never occurred to me to use nestabilities to make tags. Duh. Thanks for the inspiration.

Jayma Malme said...

I love your tags! How clever to tie the wide ribbon with baker's twine...never thought to do that and I have a ton of that twine. Thanks for the inspiration...you're fabulous :)

catnap said...

Love the red gem in the middle of the snowflakes - great contrast.

Christina said...

wonderful card! I'm a really big fan of snowflakes.. i love the red ribbon makes the snowflakes standout more..

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