Friday, November 20, 2015


This week's theme at Global Design Project is Christmas! Definitely my favourite time of the year. Summer weather and long school holidays and time spent with family and friends. Not to mention a great opportunity for crafting!

The paper for the Christmas trees on these tags was created using reinkers and water spritzer on a sheet of plastic. The vanilla cardstock in then placed on top of the ink pattern, press down, peel off and allow to dry. I then cut them out with the perfect pines framelits, covered with crystal effects and a little glitter sprinkled on top.

Close up of one of the tags:
 And this week's theme:

Project Recipe
Stamps: Wondrous wreath 
Ink: cherry cobbler, old olive and daffodil delight reinkers. Gold and silver encore. Whisper white craft and cherry cobbler.
Card: Very vanilla and wild wasabi
Accessories: Perfect pines framelits, crystal effects, dazzling diamonds glitter. Cheery cobbler seam binding ribbon, old olive grosgrain ribbon (retired) and gold baker's twine


  1. What a lovely effect you've created on these trees, Carole! Such a fun technique - I'll have to give it a try! Thank you so much for playing along with this week's Christmas Theme challenge with the Global Design Project.

  2. Great technique Carole and what a variety of tags you get with the same colours. I'll definitely have to give this a go. Thanks so much for joining in the Global Design Project again this week!