Sunday, May 29, 2011

The Craft's Meow Sneak Peak Timeless Tags

Hello!  So what did you think of yesterday's previews?  Pretty flowers huh?  Well today I have another sneak of a set called Timeless Tags.  Now, who doesn't love tags?  Check out what The Craft's Meow has in store on June 1st!


Starting by layering this gorgeous paper from Graphic 45 Once Upon A Springtime, I inked my papers, layered them, added a bit of faux stitching with a white gel pen.


I stamped my frame and a coordinating sentiment and cut it out, layering it on top of a trimmed doily.


I added a bit of white ribbon, accented with a couple buttons and some twine.  I also tucked into the know two stick pins.

How bout another little project I whipped up?  This one is totally clean and graphic, just to show you how versatile this set can be.


Using one of my favorite color combos, I grabbed Raspberry Fizz, Orange Zest and True Black inks, stamped my frame in different directions.  Please forgive my corner oopsie...that's what you get when you try to hurry!!


Threaded a few True Black buttons with some orange floss...


Lastly, stamped my sentiment in the orange frame and rounded the bottom corners!

I hope you enjoyed today's preview!  I can't wait to show you more!

Check out the samples from the rest of the team.

Alice Wertz
Amy Tsuruta
Debbie Pamment
Heather Jensen
Ivana Camdzic
Jean Martin
Jenny Suchin
Jessica Fick
Kim Yu
Lynn Miller
Nina Brackett
Michelle Bertuzzi
Sarah Martina Parker
Viola Mahr

---Lindsay

Supplies:

(With Gratitude)
Paper: Rustic White Papertrey Ink
Patterned Paper: Once Upon A Springtime Graphic 45
Stamps: Timeless Tags The Craft's Meow
Ink: Simple Charteuse, Melon Berry Papertrey Ink
Embellishments: Green Stick Pins Maya Road, White Ribbon, Melon Berry, Simply Chartreuse Vintage Buttons, Cake Doily Wilton
(Graphic Happy Birthday)
Paper: White Papertrey Ink
Stamps: Timeless Tags The Craft's Meow
Ink: True Black, Raspberry Fizz, Orange Zest
Embellishments: True Black Buttons Papertrey Ink
Tools: Corner Rounder We R Memory Keepers

44 comments:

  1. Wow, this cards are really fantastic.

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  2. Stunning! Luv that you created 2 cards with this set! Just gives the stamps more versatility! :)

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  3. Gorgeous!! love both cards! fab new stamp sets!

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  4. Both cards are amazing!!! loving that new stamp set!

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  5. Just AMAZING! So inspiring. LOVE your cards..

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  6. These are so different and I love them both!

    Anniebee
    anniebeescraftoom.blogspot.com

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  7. Love these, Lindsay! I've not heard of The Craft's Meow. I'll have to check them out. Love the tags and the graphic look of the 2nd card is really cool.

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  8. Beautiful cards and wonderful new set! Hello from a neighbor in Jackson Twp!

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  9. Lovely cards! Thanks for the inspiration.

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  10. Beautiful! The first card is simply stunning and the second is so fun, love that idea.

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  11. both of your cards show the versatility of this set! wonderful!

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  12. both cards are great and such different designs! TFS

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  13. I love the study in contrasts between the first and second card. It shows what an amazing and versatile artist you are! Thank you Lindsay!!! You are a treasure to me!

    Hugs,
    Lisa

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  14. Beautiful cards, Lindsay! Love the shabby chic look of the first! Great CAS design for the second!

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  15. Two fantabulous cards girl! You rock!

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  16. What a beautiful label shape! Two fabulous cards, Lindsay. I love that you've shown two completely different ways of using these label stamps!

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  17. Really like the retro card but LOVE the chic one! So lovely x

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  18. Oh wow! Look at all those delicious layers! Absolutely gorgeous!!

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  19. great cards...love the soft colors in the first one. The second is so bright and fun.

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  20. Excellent cards! Love the first one with the vintage look to it. Great 'mod' card for the second one.

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  21. 2 great cards! love how you can use one stamp set and make 2 totally different styles!

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  22. Both are beautiful!! Great to see two cards so different from each other :)

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  23. Great job on both of them. I especially like the first one though, love all the different elements.

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  24. Two very different ways to use this tag stamp!
    MollyK. at mollykathleenbarry@hotmail.com

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  25. Beautiful cards!!
    love the CAS one...fab way to use the tag stamp!!

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  26. Both are just beautiful Lindsay. You have to tell me where you found that white twill. I had some and used it all, now I can't figure out where I got it. I have been all over town trying to find it. :)
    Hugs~

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  27. I love seeing the versatility of these little tag stamps!

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  28. What awesome cards - love them both!

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  29. Love the colours of your first card but I absolutely adore the layout of the second card, how creative!

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  30. Love that big twill bow! A LOT! I am really liking all the samples with this new frame set! Love how vintage it is too!

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  31. I love your cards! Your first card has such pretty papers! The second card is striking, love how you added the buttons. TYFS!

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  32. Both cards are KEEPERS!! And, so different from each other.

    (I'd have cut the top off the "oopsie" card - ha!)

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  33. Love your card, so delicate and beautiful. TCM's stamps are so perfect. Thanks for sharing.

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  34. Nice card ... I'm loving those label dies/stamps! The 'frame' stamped card is very neat, too. :)

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  35. Beautiful cards! What a fun idea to stamp multiple tags!

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  36. Your "gratitude" card is just stunning. Love those colours together...

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  37. Wow! I love the first card: It's one I'd keep if I received it, and the second card is so graphic and eye catching! I love that you showed two completely styles with the same tag!

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  38. Nancy A. ThorntonMay 30, 2011 at 1:16 AM

    Stopped in to peek at what you've been up to the last several days and see you have been a very busy creative lady. As always never disappointed. See you when you stop in next time for some of the new papers I'm sure you have been waiting to come in. Still lovin the doily, been playing with those since before Mother's Day. You joke that you have a hard time not using patterned paper, but you've been finding your balance pretty good. TFS!

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