Tag – You’re RemARKably IT!!

Just cause it’s called “Tag It” doesn’t mean you can’t use it on a card!

MauiStamper Tag It Handmade Card RemARKable Blog TourI took a page right out of Pam Morgan’s stamping demonstration at convention and just used the image – no coordinating framelit – to keep it simple.  The images in this set are VERY versatile – it’s awesome if you have the framelits, but you DON’T HAVE TO HAVE THEM to use the set.   (I KNOW.  What a SHOCK.)

I inked the image twice – once with Gumball Green (my new fave green) and once with  Primrose Petals.  I cut the Primrose Petals image up to get the “Celebrate” flag and the accent balloon, then added the Summer Starfruit Dahlia with a glue dot.

MauiStamper Tag It Handmade Card RemARKable Blog TourThat eyeball is begging for embellishment but I held back.  Make a note – that doesn’t happen often with me.

Of course, the stamp set is called TAG It.  In my book that mean’s it’s just begging to be a tag, and while I was at it I tossed in the coordinating Chalk Talk Framelits for good measure (you knew I had them – when I said you didn’t need them I meant it in the most hypothetical sense.  Of course you need them.)

MauiStamper Tag It Handmade Tag RemARKable Blog TourThis little tag just makes me happy.  Same color scheme with a little bit of Soft Suede, cuz now we’re talkin’ dirt.  And take a closer look at the pearls in the middle of the flowers:

MauiStamper Tag It Handmade Tag RemARKable Blog TourYellow Sharpie Marker to the rescue!  Had to be done.

I used the negative of the Chalk Talk Framelit to create an opening in this tag.  If you jumped on the Magnetic Cutting Pad bandwagon before we sold 13 weeks of inventory in 3 weeks (Yes Ma’am!!) it will be a snap to get that tag image cut squarely in the center of the Gumball Green tag.  (If you didn’t jump on the bandwagon, don’t worry, they are coming – you just have to be patient.  I’m not good at that.)

Layer a piece of Very Vanilla card stock behind with some dimensionals to keep it floating and you’re good to go:

MauiStamper Tag It Handmade Tag RemARKable Blog Tour

It’s a special priviledge to feature the Tag It! stamp set for this month’s RemARKable blog tour.  This set is the 2013-2013 Ronald McDonald House Charities fundraiser stamp set.  For every set sold, Stampin’ Up! donates $3.00 to RMHC in support of the good work that organization does to support families in crisis.  Learn more about  the Stampin’ Up! giving program and RMHC.

Your next stop on the tour is the Trinity Design Studio – I know Robin has a treat for you!

Maui Stamper Stamp of the Month Blog Tour

Here are all the tour participants should you want to make your own itinerary:

Nancy Amato              http://stampinallnight.blogspot.com
Melissa Bolinger          http://www.stampinup.net/blog/2089191
Jackie Bottomley         http://www.jackiebottomley.blogspot.com
Susan Carlson             http://stampinmomoffour.blogspot.com
Tamra Davis                 http://www.thecardladies.com
Connie Deibler             http://www.conniestamps.com
Danielle Denhardt        http://www.purrfectlycreative.com
Sherri Eddleblute         http://www.sweetestdesigns.blogspot.com
Crystal Kondo             http://www.card-ed.com
Deb Lehigh                 http://thestampinhut.typepad.com
Anne Matasci             http://www.MauiStamper.wordpress.com
Robin Merriman          http://www.trinitydesignstudio.blogspot.com
Audra Monk                http://thecraftyyogi.blogspot.com
Maria Pane                 http://www.stampinandscrappinwithriri.blogspot.com
Andi Potler                  http://www.absolutekreations.com
Michele Reynolds        http://www.inspirationink.typepad.com
Vicki Soni                    http://www.paperinkle.com
Pam Staples               http://www.sunnygirlscraps.com
Jeri St. John               https://jerrisgemtastics.blogspot.com
Jeannette Swain         http://www.stampsnwhatnot.com
Janet Wakeland          http://www.remarkablycreated.com

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