Sunday, November 22, 2009

An Autumn Tag

For today's project we decided to have some fun with some autumn themed tags, made by Kristin and Gayle on the design team.

Kristin made these first two beautiful tags with the addition of some fabric and lace and the aid of a sewing machine. Added some lovely ribbon and some cute embellies and voila! Thanksgiving tags!

Gayle's tag was made as a thank you to the generous friend who provided the image. She hasn't seen it yet so we won't name her at this point but hopefully by Thanksgiving weekend she will know who she is!
Working on a large tag from K&Co, Gayle layered lace, ribbon, and paper, plus some acetate, ribbon, buttons and flowers.

Getting in the Thanksgiving mood yet? Check back later this week for the results of the Thankfulness challenge! If you haven't entered yet it's not too late - e-mail a few pics of your project (anything you want to make themed around what you are thankful for this year) to by midnight on Tuesday 24th November. Looking forward to seeing your work!

8 Scrappy thoughts:

humel said...

These are so beautiful :-)

Michelle said...

Great job you two!! They are beautiful!!

Cindy Shea said...

Anything with lace and doilies is a winner in my book!! :)

Anonymous said...

These are beautiful tags ladies!


dianapena8 said...

Love all 3 Tags!!!
I like how Kristen used the fabric and lace, and Gayle's tag is so lovely embellished, those flowers and leafs look beautiful.


Erica H said...

Love all that lace! Very pretty.

Heather Landry said...

All three of those tags are gorgeous! Is there any way you can put a follower feature up on the blog so I know when you post?

Gayle Page-Robak said...

These tags are gorgeous...beautifully created as are all the lovely art pieces I have enjoyed viewing on my first visit to your blog. Thank you for joining me on my followers list, I have joined you as well and look forward to exchanging many return visits. All the best to your entire team. I am in Canada so no turkey was had on the weekend (sigh)...we celebrate Thanksgiving at harvest time which is October. Hugs, Gayle