CASE Study Challenge 166

Hello there!

I rarely make gift tags. In fact, I don’t think I ever shared one here on this blog. So when I saw the inspiration for this week’s challenge at CASE Study, I thought it was time to make some tags!

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And here is my version:

CASE Study 166

I think it is quite obvious how I was inspired. For the one on the left I used a large flower just like  Keisha did. I used the SU! Blossom punch with some pink vellum to make the flower. The center is a large white brad.

As for the one on right, I used a similar layout as the other tag by Keisha. The leaves are die cut from a Sizzix die. The bronze metallic frame is bought from Michaels. It is my first time using such embellishments and I quite like it!

For both tags the sentiments were embossed in gold.

Make sure to stop by the CASE Study blog to see the beautiful works of my colleagues. And I hope you will get a chance to play along!

The rest of the CASE Study crew:

Keisha Campbell – November Muse
Amy Tsuruta – November Guest Designer
Amy Wanford

Andrea Ewen
Clare Buswell
Debby Hughes
Iwona Palamountain
Jeanne Jachna
Maureen Merritt
Silke Ledlow

11 responses

  1. Love your tone-on-tone tags, Tasnim! I’m with you … not a big tag maker, but I do agree they make a present look extra-special. The nice thing about your tags is that they’d go with pretty much any style or color wrapping paper. Love that!

  2. Oh my gosh – fantastic, Tasnim. The pink vellum flower is stunning and the elegance of the bronze embellishment is classic 🙂

  3. It is always a treat visiting your blog. You provide such incredible inspiration; I love your projects and artistry. Thank you so much for sharing. The white on white is wonderful.

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