Monday, December 3, 2012

Funkie Junkie 12 Tags of Christmas #12

I actually made it!  12 weeks of Christmas tags inspired by Funkie Junkie's Linda Coughlin!  What inspires me about Linda's twelfth tag is the color combination of red and gold.  I also chose a red "flower" (poinsettia) and the white ornament.  I began with dark red cardstock for my tag and gold-embossed it with one of Tim's flourishes.  Using Tim's Tattered Poinsettia die, I cut the flower from beautiful red and gold specialty paper and the green leaves (embossed in a Sizzix folder)  from the same die. Everything was misted with Iridescent Gold Glimmer Mist.  The ornament is a Memory Box die and "Hallelujah" is an old stamp from my Christmas collection.  The ruffled ribbon is from Funkie Junkie Boutique.   Thanks for the inspiration, Linda.


Sue said...

My Goodness Evelyn,
I have only just printed off the Tag to work from!!!! You must have been inspired, (it is a beauty that Linda has made for the last one).
You have successfully captured the essence of Linda's Tag but you have given yours a WOW. By adding the stark White ornamental die cut it changes the feel; you have created more movement.
Great Bg, I am very impressed as this is a beauty.

Cynthia Schelzig said...

You have been creating some beautiful, #12...what tenacity,,,what staying power...and the red blog just in time for Santa!!

Lisa Gordon said...

Evelyn, these are wonderful.
You have been very busy!

Anonymous said...

Great--love your tags.

Yvonne Garner said...

Oh Evelyn, this is just stunning!

Linda Coughlin, the funkie junkie said...

Oh my, I adore that gold glimmer misted poinsettia - how gorgeous is that? And that ornament - so beautifully delicate - what a wonderful die! You totally rocked Tag #12, Evelyn. Congratulations on completing the entire 12 tags. I'm so delighted that you chose to participate this year!


Lynn Stevens said...

Gorgeous Evelyn, Love the veining of gold on the poinsettias. just stunning. You've really rocked these tags! Bravo for keeping with it. I had good intentions but never seemed to get them done.
Hugs Lynn