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PB and the Twinery

Tags with twine

Penny Black is teaming up with the Twinery this week so the designers have been playing around with pretty strands of colour. As I have the new Creative Dies on hand too I decided to create tags which co-ordinated with three colours of twine.  I used the largest stamp from Floral Applique to stamp a pale background on each tag then stamped in a darker colour a smaller image from the same set along with a sentiment from the new transparent set Sentimental. To finish each tag I sponged around the edge added the contrasting tab and threaded through some twine. Visit the Penny Black blog all this week for inspiration from our design team and The Twinery.

I think it is likely that these tags may end up featuring on regular sized cards but that would be a post for another day.

Happy Canada Day everyone!

collabo graphic

Supplies:

Stamps: Floral AppliqueSentimental (PB)
Inks: Memento Desert Sand with Love letter , Angel Pink with London Fog, New Sprout with Cottage Ivy (Tsukineko)
Dies: Tagged
Also: Baker’s Twine Maraschino, Peapod, Stone

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6 Comments on “PB and the Twinery”

  1. Anne from France says:

    Sublime……..Happy Canada Day!

  2. Gabby says:

    Three nicely coordinated tags! Like the colors and stamped layers. I like to use multiple strands of twine on tags and/or cards, too. 🙂

  3. LaVon says:

    Beautifully done! Thanks for the inspiration.

  4. These are just lovely. Such a great design. And how fun to have these tags on hand for cards!

  5. Lindsey says:

    I like these a lot, Heather! The hole tab gives the tags themselves a very authentic look, and the stamping and sponging is perfect.


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