Saturday, December 12, 2009

Holiday Gift Tag Blog Hop

Welcome to our Holiday Gift Tag Blop Hop!
We hope you will see some great tags today that will inspire you. Have fun! If you've just happened upon my blog, you can start the Blog Hop here.
There will be some surprises hidden along the hop, but we’re not telling you where so be sure to leave comments on every post so you have a chance to win!! The winners will be announced on Monday, December 14th
here and on the individual blogs where the surprises are hidden. Thanks so much for stopping by!
My blog is the last on the list but if you are starting here, be sure to check out all of the other blogs for some tag goodness.
Below is a master list of participants in case there is a break in the chain.

1. Monika Davis-
M.A.D. Stamper
2. Cindy Haffner-Cindy Haffner's Corner
3. Karin Hoeve-Scrap Everything
4. Maria Bell-Stampin Inspirations
5. Danni Bindel-Danni's Dreams
6. Allison Fillo-Stampin' When I Can
7. Denise Marzec -The Paper Landscaper
8. Melissa Sauls-In Stamping Mode
9. Linda Beeson-PaperCutting Kind of Day
For my tags, I used paint chips as the common factor and then built around those. I picked up these long, thin paint chips the other day and so loved the shades on them.
The other common factor is the embossed, white background. This white, Core'dinations cardstock works so wonderfully with the Cuttlebug Embossing folders. The snowflake is a Cuttlebug die with an embossing folder and I used a border punch on the paint chip piece.
This tag uses a Stamper's Anonymous stamp. It was so fast and easy to use these trees because all I needed to do was to ink them with one green stamp pad. I gave the finished tag a spray of a couple colors of Glimmer Mist.
The flourish is also a Stamper's Anonymous stamp stamped over my paint chip.
Thanks for visiting, Linda (lbpost)

SET OF THREE CHRISTMAS TAGS
Materials: Cardstock – Core’dinations

Stamps – Stampers Anonymous
Paint chips – Hardware store
Border punch and corner punch – Martha Stewart
Distress stamp pad
Versafine black stamp pad
Cuttlebug embossing folder
Ribbon
Cuttlebug snowflake die and embossing folder
Fiskars corner rounder punch
Glimmer mist spray

48 comments:

  1. Oh what fun, your tags are superb!!

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  2. Paint Chips? What a great idea! These are fab!!

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  3. Fabulous tags Linda! Love those paint chips... the colors are great! Nice images... love the trees! TFS!

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  4. What a neat idea! I probably threw tons of these out over the years and all along I could of been making art! Great job!

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  5. These are fantastic! What a great idea using the paint chips and then using the border punch! I love them.

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  6. I love how you used the paint chips. The textures bring so much to these tags as well. Beautiful work!

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  7. I like how you used the embossing folders for this. Thanks for the inspiration!

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  8. How creative, using paint chips. They turned out so gorgeous

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  9. Oh how incredibly creative! I love the use of the paint chips! Your little details are just perfect. Beautiful tags!

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  10. Stunning tags, love them all! Hugs,moni

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  11. Your tags are just beautiful. What a creative idea.

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  12. such creativity- never would have thought to use paint chips as a background element. AWESOME! I can foresee Lowes and Home Depot running out of their paint chip samples real soon!

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  13. What a great idea, I just love what you did with the paint chips.

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  14. Tooooo cool! Love the paint chip idea!!

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  15. Oh what a neat idea - paint chips!! I actually have some of those laying around since we just finished painting our kitchen and living room. Thanks for the wonderful inspiration!!

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  16. Oh how creative!! What wonderful tags..awesome!

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  17. Such an innovative idea! Time to CASE the Home Depot methinks!

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  18. such beautiful tags!
    hugs,
    Rachel

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  19. Linda - these are all soo beautiful! I love the blue one with the scalloped edges. Thanks for the inspiration!

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  20. Fabulous idea to use the paint chips. Thanks for the inspiration especially for the tips on the similarities of the tag layouts and color schemes - that's why we blog hop!

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  21. Brilliant use of these paint chips! I just love these!!

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  22. Beautiful tags! And what a great idea to use the paint chips as the main part of your tags! Thanks for sharing this idea.

    hugs
    Mary

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  23. These are beautiful! I love the snowflake one the most! Thanks for sharing!

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  24. Cute tags. I just don't think about them usually. May have to now!

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  25. What a beautiful idea! Love the paint chip strips, and I esp. love how you punched the edge of the one! Very cool set of tags, linda!

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  26. okay - soo I finally caved. I HAD to make some tags. I wasn't sure where to link the inspiration from so I linked to your blog. :)

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  27. OMGosh! I just love your tags. What a great idea to use paint chips for tags. Great details and bling.

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  28. Your tags were lovely and I had a great time hopping! I just bought the MS punch as seen in the first tag! The shades of color on white look fabulous

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  29. what a great idea and love the colour choices

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  30. I like how you used the paint chip sample.

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  31. These are so fun! How awesome is that, using paint chips! Clever! :)

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  32. Oh my gosh, what great ideas!!!! Paint chips! Who'd have thought?! I wouldn't have used them because the name of the paint is on there! But, honestly, it looks so nice the way you used them!
    Fabulous job on those tags! LOVE each one!!!

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  33. How creative of you. Great tags, simple but colorful.

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  34. Neato!!! Such a brilliant idea!
    They look great!

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  35. I love all the colours on your tags! This is a great idea =)

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  36. Very cleaver use of PC I really like yr tags!

    Love Dawn xx

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  37. Fabulous tags Linda.
    Love the paint chips you've used. What a great idea!!

    Hugs,
    xoxo Karin

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  38. these are gorgeous!!! Love how you used the paintchips in the tags!

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  39. nice post. thanks.

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