Tuesday, February 9, 2016

Celebrate The Everyday

Good Morning!  Another foot of snow....oh joy!  BUT, it does make perfect crafting weather!  There's always and upswing!

I made this fantastic little tag for the Challenge over at Papertrey Ink, Create Along With Us!  As you probably know they have been celebrating 9 years and have many Challenges to play along in, this happens to be #4.....I have managed to play along with them all so far.  So, I guess it could keep snowing! 

I was inspired by Danielle's little tag.
 
LOVE the sentiment on Danielle's Tag!
 
 
I used the Papertrey Ink stamp sets, City Scene (and dies) and Pretty Petals.  I first used the 'road' stamp and made a plaid background on the base of my tag, using ink in Dove Grey and Tuxedo Black.  That little road comes in quite handy, I have used it for other types of stamping too, not just roads. lol  Then I cut the buildings and trees using the dies and stamped them all up.  It was kind of fun creating my 'little neighborhood', especially without snow!

 
 
Let's celebrate the everyday!
 
Thanks for coming by.....careful on the walkway!
 
Enjoy~~


7 comments:

  1. Donna, your tag is darling and such a smart take on that adorable church! Love this! I love this set too!

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  2. What a sweet tag!! I love it.

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  3. Love the tall houses in the different colors. Great take on the inspiration. I almost slipped on the drive way but caught myself. Is the coffee ready?

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  4. This tag is fantastic! How clever of you to use this fun set this way. I have this set too and would love to use it more. Adorable!

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  5. Love this tag!! The houses fir perfectly, and the trees in front give dimension. Also love how you've cut a strip out just above the houses! Terrific design!

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  6. Donna... this tag! I LOVE it! Hope you are keeping warm... spring will come!

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  7. What an awesome scene! This tag is so unique, you've done an outstanding job. What fun--I love it!

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