Tuesday, December 12, 2017

Christmas Tag with Poinsettia; but, Coffee First

Day five on the  Winter Coffee Lovers Blog Hop:
I created a double layer tag, so the top is popped up over the coffee mug. The die cut comes from My Favorite Things Hot Cocoa Cups. The poinsettia and holly leaves stamps come from a Stampendous set called Wrapped Poinsettia. Sentiment is from Stampabilities called Coffee. The poinsettia comes with matching dies, so this is layered. Both the mug and the poinsettia were colored on smooth brisol paper with Koi Coloring Brush Pens. Twine and Nuvo Crystal Drops finished off this tag.
  

Thanks for stopping by. I am really enjoying all the nice comments that are being left along this blog hop! I'm also enjoying seeing all the fun works that you all have created along the way.

16 comments:

  1. Your tag is so beautiful! I love how you colored the images.

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  2. Super cute tag. Love your poinsettia and the Nuvo drops. I can't keep up with all the entries. This is one hop people love. You're right about the comments. Lots of people are sweet to look and comment. [Bunny]

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    1. I don't know how people do this. I try to comment on Instagram and at least reply on my blog, but it is quite overwhelming! Thank you for taking the time to stop by and leave a comment.

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  3. How clever to make the dimension with your double tag. Love the poinsettia.

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    1. Thanks, Marlynn, it was an idea I picked up from someone's video. I watch so many though that I have forgotten who, LOL!

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  4. Love the layered poinsettia with beautiful holly leaves, great coffee creation!

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  5. very pretty tag. great images and colors. like the 3D.

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  6. What a spectacular tag! Awesome colors and love the added bloom!

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    1. Thanks for your enthusiastic comment, Amy!

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  7. Gorgeous tag! Love that beautiful poinsettia! And love the inset coffee cup!

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